The New Year will bring fresh opportunities and challenges for India’s foreign policy as it starts the year with a hectic calendar of events.
The Left Alliance’s decisive victory in the federal and provincial elections in Nepal brings the prospect of political stability to the country.
Russia, India and Chinese foreign ministers met in Delhi for their 15th trilateral dialogue where they agreed to step up cooperation to counter terrorism in all its forms, prevent radicalisation, a
Maldives President Abdulla Yameen’s ongoing visit to China (his third in three years) has got a boost with the Maldives-China Free Trade Agreement that is likely to be signed during the visit.
Despite international censure, the Pakistani establishment’s alliance with its radical Islamist groups remains a deep-rooted part of its political life.
Top positions at United Nations bodies are often hotly contested; right from UN secretary general’s post to slots on different UN committees as governments pull out all stops to get their nominees
US President Donald Trump’s grand Asian tour and the APEC and ASEAN summits showed the changing political dynamics in the region, which was repeatedly described as the Indo-Pacific by him during hi
The idea of a grouping of India, the US, Japan and Australia has been around for some time, but was unable to take off as Australia and later India had second thoughts on the proposal.
Bangladesh holds a premier position in India’s neighbourhood first policy as it heads the list of friendly neighbours after Bhutan.
US-Pakistan ties have tended to oscillate at frequent intervals, but their disagreements have never lasted for too long or seriously battered the relationship.