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#5235
15 February 2017
The Strategist
Forecast 2017: Carnage Ahead?

Vice Admiral (Retd) Vijay Shankar illustrates why the pulling away from multilateral alliances and the potential for new strategic orientation would appear to be the new norm
#5234
13 February 2017
The Future of US-Taiwan Relations Under China's Shadow
Namrata Hasija argues that the US-Taiwan relationship under Trump remains uncertain in terms of upgradation but certain in terms of continuation.
#5228
31 January 2017
India: Acting East after the End of the TPP
Roshan Iyer analyses the status of the RCEP and argues that India's attractive market can be an asset only if it strategically leverages it to its benefit
#5226
29 January 2017
IPCS Discussion
'Faith, Unity, Discipline: The ISI of Pakistan'

Sarral Sharma reports on the proceedings of the discussion held on 18 January 2017
#5225
27 January 2017
Strategic Space
Forecast 2017: Unclear Nuclear Pathways

Dr Manpreet Sethi examines the global nuclear issues that are likely to grab President Trump's attention this year
#5214
31 December 2016
IPCS Discussion
IPCS-Stimson Center Roundtable on South Asia

Angshuman Choudhury and Roshan Iyer report on the proceedings of the discussion held on 08 December 2016
#5212
31 December 2016
US Policy Orientation
Trump and “America First”: The End of the Asia-Pacific Pivot?

Akanksha Narain considers the impact of the president-elect’s foreign policy outlook towards Southeast Asia
#5210
26 December 2016
Russia’s Search for New Ground in Pakistan
Adarsh Vijay analyses Russia's possible motivations for its increasing engagement with Pakistan
#5207
19 December 2016
US Policy Orientation
Trump and West Asia: Reading the Tea Leaves

Amb (Retd) Ranjit Gupta cautions that if Trump's campaign promises are carried out, it will further inflame and destabilise the region
#5202
12 December 2016
Eagle Eye
Paradigm Shift or Business As Usual: Trump’s China Policy

Prof Chintamani Mahapatra looks at what explains Beijing’s modest response to Trump’s phone conversation with the Taiwanese president
#5188
22 November 2016
Countering China: India's Uncertain Response
Harry Roberts analyses India's reaction to China's growing strategic clout in Asia
#5187
22 November 2016
US Policy Orientation
A New Era for US Foreign Policy?

Dr Lars Brozus analyses the potential trajectory of US President-Elect Donald Trump' foreign policy and assesses it's potential impact on the EU
#5185
18 November 2016
US Policy Orientation
Donald Trump and South Asia

Michael Krepon says that the trend lines toward India and Pakistan are too deeply grooved to change, but there could be differences in degree rather than kind
#5183
16 November 2016
US Policy Orientation
American Turbulence: Global Ramifications

Prof Chintamani Mahapatra assesses the potential trajectories US policies - domestic and foreign - would take during Donald Trump's tenure as the president
#5181
15 November 2016
US Policy Orientation
Trump's Trade Scenarios: Implications for India

Prof Amita Batra looks at the president-elect's economic policy declarations to gauge how they might affect India
#5180
15 November 2016
US Policy Orientation
Donald Trump and China: A Contest for Primacy

Prof Srikanth Kondapalli remarks on the president-elect's isolationist tendencies and why China might be concerned
#5169
7 November 2016
IPCS US Election Special
The Iran Deal Under a Trump Presidency

Kimberley Anne Nazareth considers the implications for the JCPOA under Donald Trump as president
#5167
4 November 2016
IPCS US Election Special
The Iran Deal Under a Clinton Presidency

Vivek Mishra says that US' complicated relationship with Iran is likely to continue in the event of a likely Clinton win, albeit in a different manner
#5166
4 November 2016
IPCS US Election Special
Trump's Nuclear Policy: Global Implications

Prof Chintamani Mahapatra weighs in on possible scenarios under Donald Trump as president
#5163
2 November 2016
IPCS US Election Special
Hillary's Nuclear Policy: A Time of Change, Dithering, or Sameness?

Vice Admiral (Retd) Vijay Shankar comments on why history may remember Clinton only as the president who stayed the course laid by her predecessor
#5162
2 November 2016
IPCS US Election Special
Presidential Elections and US Nuclear Policy: Clinton Vs Trump

Dr Manpreet Sethi considers why neither of the two candidates has particularly impressed nor emerged as a discerning student of nuclear issues
#5150
10 October 2016
Eagle Eye
Critical Challenges to the Indo-US Strategic Partnership

Prof Chintamani Mahapatra considers the politico-security environment in which the bilateral relationship is coming to fruition
#5149
10 October 2016
Fragile States Index 2016
FSI and South Asia

Monish Gulati analyses the parameters used for evaluating the fragility of states
#5147
6 October 2016
Fragile States Index 2016
FSI’s Broader Conclusions: Methodology, Empirical Trends and Current Realities

Dr TCA Raghavan gives an Indian perspective on FSI 2016’s representation of broad trends between 2007-2016
#5146
4 October 2016
East Asia Compass
Future of the TPP and the US' Pivot to Asia

Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra assesses how the Trans-Pacific Partnership will play out in Asia-Pacific given the current domestic political atmosphere in the US

#5133
21 September 2016
The Strategist
The Blind Men of Hindostan

Vice Admiral (Retd) Vijay Shankar weighs in several crises that define these times and the political domain’s inability to deal with them
#5125
12 September 2016
Eagle Eye
India and the US: Inching Towards an Informal Alliance

Prof Chintamani Mahapatra considers the nature of the India-US strategic partnership
#5120
9 September 2016
Fragile States Index 2016
Introduction: Assessing the Index

Derek Verbakel and Marie Pavageau weigh in on the conceptual challenges that emerge in the US Fund for Peace's FSI 2016
#5106
16 August 2016
Strategic Space
Motivating Pakistan to Prevent Cross–Border Terrorism: With a Little Help from Friends

Dr Manpreet Sethi reviews and draws from the recently released book - Not War, Not Peace? - by George Perkovich and Toby Dalton of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
#5096
8 August 2016
Eagle Eye
Need the World Worry over Trump's Foreign Policy?

Prof Chintamani Mahapatra analyses US presidential nominee Donald Trump's statements and strategies
#5094
4 August 2016
Brexit: Quo Vadis the European Deterrent?
Marie Pavageau considers how Brexit will lead to a split in Europe's foreign policy orientation
#5081
13 July 2016
Eagle Eye
US: Losing Respect Abroad

Prof Chintamani Mahapatra considers the US’ declining power and influence in the face of an assertive Russia and a rising China

#5070
28 June 2016
Dateline Islamabad
Gendering Strategic Discourses: Women as Opinion-Makers

Prof Salma Malik writes about the role of women and the importance of including gender as a component in strategic policymaking
#5066
22 June 2016
The Strategist
There is a New Symphony at Play

Vice Admiral (Retd) Vijay Shankar looks at Modi’s US visit in light of the need to to balance out China’s objectives of hegemonic control through strategic security partnerships
#5062
16 June 2016
Assessing NSS Outcomes: CPPNM Amendment Ratification
Hina Pandey presents her analysis of the opportunities and challenges in global nuclear security in the post CPPNM/A ratification scenario
#5053
3 June 2016
India and the NSG: Are the Outliers Justified in their Opposition?
Abhijit Iyer-Mitra assesses the validity of the arguments offered in support of India’s exclusion from the NSG

 

#5045
30 May 2016
The Strategist
Barbarism and the Smell of Cordite

Vice Admiral (Retd) Vijay Shankar weighs in on the absence of ‘feelings’ that has pushed morality out of the frame and ushered a dystopian vision of warfare
#5041
27 May 2016
Nuke Street
Why China is Using NPT to Block India's Entry into the NSG

Amb (Retd) Sheel Kant Sharma considers China's insistence on the NPT as the criterion for India's membership of the NSG
#5038
26 May 2016
Brass Tacks of the Emerging Afghan Taliban
Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy contextualises the emerging dynamics within the Afghan Taliban structure and identifies potential implications
#5026
10 May 2016
Spotlight West Asia
West Asia, US, and Obamas Statesman-like Legacy

Amb Ranjit Gupta assesses President Obama’s successes and failures in the region
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