International Relations/Diplomacy
Africa
India Needs Proactive Engagement with East African Countries on Maritime Security

The Western Indian Ocean has been a fertile ground for almost all maritime threats and challenges; and East African nations have struggled to keep up with the rapidly evolving security scenarios. While there are some notable exceptions, most military

President of India Embarks His First Foreign Trip to Africa

The African Connection At a time when India is trying to build its presence in Africa, President Ram Nath Kovind’s first foreign trip to Africa acquires special attention. The President of India was on a four day state visit to

एशिया-अफ्रीका वृद्धि गलियारा: क्या इससे पलटेगी बाजी?

एएजीसी दृष्टि पत्र – उत्पत्ति और इसके निर्माण के पीछे की संस्थाएं? अफ्रीकी विकास बैंक (अ

ट्रंप के कार्यकाल के 100 दिन: अफ्रीका के लिए क्या अच्छा और क्या बुरा

29 अप्रैल, 2017 को डॉनल्ड ट्रंप के राष्ट्रपति के रूप में 100 दिन हो गए। कुछ प्रमुख क्षेत्रों के संबंध म

Asia- Africa Growth Corridor: Can It Be a Game Changer?

AAGC Vision Document - Origin and Institutions behind its Creation? Asia-Africa Growth Corridor (AAGC) supported by Japan and India was unveiled on 24th May, 2017 during the 52nd Annual Meeting of the African Development Bank (AfD

Trump's 100 Days in Office: The Highs and Lows for Africa

April 29th, 2017 ushered in hundred days of Donald Trump’s presidency. Many media outlets have examined the significance of his presidency for the United States of America (USA), and also, for the country’s foreign policy. It is but natural that

Modi’s Seychelles Visit & Its Geopolitical Implications

As part of his recent three nation Indian Ocean tour, Narendra Modi became the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Seychelles after 34 years; Indira Gandhi being the last in 1981. Modi led a high level delegation which included among others Foreign

India’s Military Strategy Vis a Vis China

“When there is everything to fear, be unafraid. When without resources, depend on resourcefulness”, - Sun Tsu.
A Legacy of Dispute The territorial dispute in the Trans-Himalayan Region is a legacy of the et

Morsi’s Ouster: Failure of Political Islam

If the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak by the mass of protestors in Tahrir Square in 2011 was a surprise, the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi by even larger protests in Tahrir Square and across Egypt in recent days is equally dramatic. Mubarak

Crisis in Mali: Policy Report

A Background to the Regional Conflict Mali is part of the broader African arid and desert region called the Sahel, which stretches from Mauritania on the West Coast of Africa to Somalia on the East Coast. The main ethnic divisions in the re

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