By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke When a nation feels that it is threatened by outside forces paving way for incursions into their sphere of influence, that nation will undertake any means to stop it. Myanmar, being predominantly a Buddhist nation felt that Rohingyas (a Muslim community) have started occupying their sphere of influence resulting in decreaseContinue reading “Examining India’s Stance on the Rohingya Crisis”
Category Archives: India’s Foreign and Security Policy
India-China Rivalry Best Explained by the Concept of “Security Dilemma”
By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke India and China, the two biggest populated countries in Asia with different ideologies, culture, and government bodies has constantly engaged in wars, tensions, and conflicts with each other at either Himalayan border or at the Indian Ocean. Many scholars have citied the India-China rivalry as a classic example justified by theContinue reading “India-China Rivalry Best Explained by the Concept of “Security Dilemma””
Did India Successfully Managed Tensions of its Strategic Partnerships between the US, Iran and Russia?
By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke *The following article was originally published by the author in “Research Papers on Defence and Strategic Studies Vol. 1” How successfully has India tried to manage the tensions between its strategic partnership with the United States on one hand and its strategic partnerships with Iran and Russia on the other? AsContinue reading “Did India Successfully Managed Tensions of its Strategic Partnerships between the US, Iran and Russia?”
How far does the East Act policy reach?
By Carlos Cruz Infante In 2019 Latin American countries experienced the most profound social crisis since the reestablishment of the region’s democracies in the ’90s. Dictatorships prevailed in Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba. In Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico -the three biggest economies of the region- populist leaders conquered the ballot-boxes. Peru suffered its worst political crisisContinue reading “How far does the East Act policy reach?”
Rejuvenating India-Malaysia Ties Needs Mutual Understanding and Confidence: An Indian Perspective
By Dr. Sampa Kundu and Ms. Arpita Singh Introduction It was November 1962 when the former Malaysian Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman arrived in Kolkata on his way from London to Kuala Lumpur. Incidentally, this was in the midst of the Indo-Chinese border war and in that context, the prime minister was asked about hisContinue reading “Rejuvenating India-Malaysia Ties Needs Mutual Understanding and Confidence: An Indian Perspective”
India-US Ties in the Post-Pandemic Era
By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke The following piece is a long-read. It is graded 7.5/10 India and the United States of America being the two big powers in the Indo-Pacific region also shares values of democracy at the fundamental level. Diplomatic relations between the two countries are the same as relations between two individuals. It isContinue reading “India-US Ties in the Post-Pandemic Era”