The five day visit of senior officials from four Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries to China is important for a number of reasons.
While it is always important to have realistic expectations in the context of India-Pakistan relations, it is important not to be excessively pessimistic. The Kartarpur corridor has been dubbed as a corridor of peace, potential and prosperity and its reopening is an important step which could open up many vistas.
This article looks at the Indo-Pacific with a critical lens. It seeks to answer why the Indo-Pacific is a region of great importance in the arena of international affairs today, and examines the nature of recent military developments with a tangential focus on the changing role of the state actors in the economic and strategic dealings of the region.
This article looks through the journey of the United States of America in the action against climate change. It talks about how the change in the Presidential office over the past few years have affected the position of the USA in terms of their leadership in climate neutrality, as well as their stand in the fight against climate change. From President Obama, to President Trump, to now President Biden, we see a reversal in policies and rules when it comes to decisions pertaining to the environment, and its future.
China’s “one country, two systems” principle that marks its relationship with Hong Kong, recently took a hit and now appears to have merged into “one
Foreign Direct Investment or FDI is a symbiotic relationship between foreign investors and local corporations. Most startups are not capital intensive and hence foreign investors
The three pillars namely, Peace and Security, Development and Human Rights guide the United Nation’s role in preventive diplomacy. They work in conjunction with each
The RCEP is the world’s largest trade agreement, and India is no longer going to be a part of it. The article discusses what the RCEP is, what India stood to gain, and why the BJP ultimately gave in to internal pressures to let go of another chance to liberalise trade in India.
In this article, the author discusses how the energy politics in the Middle East has shifted from energy to Geo-strategic importance.
With the global economy in a constant decline coupled with the gradual decline of the United States, and China constantly vying to replace it as the global hegemon, the answer lies in China’s Belt and Road Initiative. The author seeks to illustrate how the OBOR is going to be the Marshall Plan of the 21st century.
In this article, the author talks about the various strategies India should employ towards Pakistan, including all spheres of hard and soft power, from using diplomacy to isolate Pakistan internationally to putting economic pressure by restraining trade.
In this article Mr. Ankit Malhotra examines India and the United Kingdom who share a modern partnership bound by strong historical ties. Trade dialogue between superpowers inevitably takes time, but with the input and knowledge the relationship is set to make even more history.