Opinion – Virtual Diplomacy in India

Angana Guha Roy • Jun 11 2020 • Articles
While diplomacy is usually constrained by the requirement of physical distance, Virtual Diplomacy has enabled seamless communication and information flow.

The Case of UN Involvement in Jammu and Kashmir

Stephen P. Westcott • May 29 2020 • Articles
The Security Council limited the Kashmiri people to accession into either India or Pakistan, in fact privileging another norm: the existing sovereign state’s rights.

Afghan Women in Geopolitical Imaginaries: Between NATO and India

Devaditya Agnihotri and Katharine A. M. Wright • May 11 2020 • Articles
The focus on personal stories in the media obscures the uncomfortable truth of the dire situation for Afghan women and their underrepresentation in Afghan armed forces.

Interview – Ravi Neelakantan

E-International Relations • Mar 15 2020 • Features
Ambassador Ravi Neelakantan talks about the concept of good governance, digital freedom, India's lack of a 'grand strategy', its economic ties and regional partnerships.

Opinion – The Aam Aadmi Party’s Effect on Indian Politics

Nadeem Ahmed Moonakal • Feb 24 2020 • Articles
While pro-government voices are eager to emblazon the AAP’s victory as a victory of Hindutva ideology, they fail to understand the essence of the party.

Review – Partitions

Carter Johnson • Feb 15 2020 • Features
Dubnov and Robinson explore the use of partitions by the British Empire, how they were manipulated transnationally to serve British interests, and their impacts today.

The Rise of Populism: a Threat to Civil Society?

Lucie Calléja • Feb 9 2020 • Articles
The Indian case shows that populism presents anti-elitist and people-centred characteristics with a conception of “the people” that can be exclusionary.

Interview – Courtney J. Fung

E-International Relations • Jan 20 2020 • Features
Courtney Fung discusses change and the drivers of change in the state system, China's role in the UN and internationally, as well as China's goals compared to India's.

The Flaring Sino-Indian Security Dilemma: Is Conventional Deterrence Eroding?

Erik Herejk Ribeiro • Jan 11 2020 • Articles
Recent changes in the offense-defense balance over the Himalayas are blurring deterrence dynamics between China and India.

The Prospect of ‘Chindia’ as a World Power

Jonathan D. James • Dec 6 2019 • Articles
Pax Americana is under notice and the current model of international relations seems destined to be replaced by a multi-polar model, with China and India as key players.

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