Beyond the Quad: Booming Security Cooperation Efforts in the Indo-Pacific
New defense and security cooperation efforts are springing up across the Indo-Pacific, between some Quad members and those outside the grouping.
Reshaping geopolitics: The middle powers’ response to the Ukraine crisis
With shifting poles of power, the near future will force states to be more innovative to push their interests.
The tragedy of Brazil and a warning for other democracies
Sustaining democracy and faith in democratic institutions is an everyday task and arduous one at that.
For Europe, all publicity is not good publicity
The EU and its officials should not alienate the world at a time when it is in need of partners in the midst of the Ukraine crisis.
Business as Usual? Chancellor Scholz’s visit to China
The visit marks a point of tension in Germany’s stance of seeing China as “a partner, a competitor, and a systemic rival”.
Understanding India’s expanding international counterterrorism engagements
India has broadened its counterterrorism engagements in the face of the evolving threat of terrorism.
Europe distances itself from China
The CPC's recent policies in China have made the country less attractive to European investors and it has no intention of changing its course.
At IAEA, India Supports AUKUS
At the International Atomic Energy Agency’s general conference last week, India backed AUKUS in the face of Russian and Chinese opposition.
Will the PFI ban curb the growing radicalisation in India?
An all-India crackdown on the PFI raises the question of whether merely banning radical organisations can halt the rise of radicalisation.
China’s emergent footprints in West Asia
As China continues to exert its influence in West Asia, the US must manoeuvre itself to make sure it does not play second-fiddle to either Moscow or Beijing.