Can Modi and Obama forge a common outlook on international terrorism?
Realistic statecraft, not emotion must become the guiding principle of India's Pakistan policy
The BRICS model will need to demonstrate the efficacy of a second alternative governance structure to reform the Bretton Woods legacy
Even as West Asia seems poised for an extended period of sectarian conflict, Delhi cannot lose sight of its national interests
Modi's real challenge is to craft a regional policy and role that can shape the geopolitical and developmental pattern for the subcontinent
The country's South Asia strategy has to be subtle and sustained, implemented via an ensemble of state and civil society instruments rather than relying on economic relations alone
India should resist condoning any electoral democracy in West Asia whose governance philosophy is the very antithesis of a plural secular statehood
India's commitment to an open and plural security architecture attests to the fact that Asia's transition is a dynamic of both power & identity