Articles

India-Uzbekistan Relations: New Opportunities

Amb D P Srivastava, Distinguished Fellow, VIF

Important Neighbour There are common elements in the Indian and Central Asian experience. Both were connected by constant flow of men, goods and ideas. Samarkand and Bokhara are as much part of our history as Uzbek history. In the

13/11/2017
International Relations and Diplomacy, Central Asia

भाजपा कैसे जीती... और कांग्रेस कैसे हारी

Rajesh Singh, Visiting Fellow, VIF

कांग्रेस के जिन गलियारों में निराशा के जाले और हार की सीलन मजबूत ये मजबूत इरादे वालों को भी उलटे

13/11/2017
Governance and Political Studies, Hindi

Commentary: The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China and the Status of Taiwan

Dr Teshu Singh, Senior Research Associate, VIF

On 18 October 2017 Xi Jinping delivered a speech at the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. While speaking on the section of ‘Upholding One Country, Two Systems’ and ‘Moving towards National Reunification’, he mentioned ab

08/11/2017
Neighbourhood Studies, China

रावलपिंडी का रणनीतिक गणित और पाकिस्तानी चुनावी राजनीति में आतंकी पार्टियों का उदय

Varun Nambiar, Research Intern, VIF

अगस्त में जब पाकिस्तान के सर्वोच्च न्यायालय ने पूर्ववर्ती प्रधानमंत्री नवाज शरीफ को भ्रष्टाच

07/11/2017
Neighbourhood Studies, Pakistan, Hindi

Reservations: Degenerating to Political Expediency

Rajesh Singh, Visiting Fellow, VIF
07/11/2017
Policies & Perspectives

Commentary - In Complete Control: Xi Jinping is China’s Undisputed Leader

Brig Gurmeet Kanwal, Visiting Fellow, VIF

As had been widely anticipated, President Xi Jinping consolidated his position as the undisputed “core” leader of China at the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China held at Beijing in the third week of October 2017. Xi

06/11/2017
Neighbourhood Studies, China

Key to Conflict Management in Kashmir is People, Politics and Perception

Brig Narender Kumar

Violence is a type of backwardness and it is enormously powerful tool to coerce the communally fractured population to revolt against the state. But sustaining the uprising would need psychological mentoring and shaping of the perception of the peopl

06/11/2017
Jammu & Kashmir, National Security and Strategic Studies

The rise and rise of Xi Jinping

Amb Ashok K Kantha, Distinguished Fellow, VIF
05/11/2017
Neighbourhood Studies, China, VIF Scholars in Media

Commentary - J&K: Special Representative’s Road Ahead will not be Easy

Arvind Gupta, Director - VIF

Appointment of Mr Dineshwar Sharma , former Director of Intelligence Bureau (DIB), as special ‘Representative’(SR) by the government for Kashmir to interact with the wide cross section of society in Kashmir to understand their “legitimate aspi

04/11/2017
Jammu & Kashmir, National Security and Strategic Studies