Foreign Policy

China

We Indians must do better understanding China and end our misconceptions

During the germination of the idea of Bridge India in 2018, we were fortunate to have with us Shubham as an intern. He is unusual in his global outlook, in...

India-UK cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

Think tanks Bridge India and CUTS International urge closer Indo-Pacific collaboration between the UK and India

DELHI, 15 December 2020: In the backdrop of British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Dominic Raab’s visit to India and his discussions with External Affairs Minister of India Dr...

India needs strategic globalisation

India needs not simply free trade, but strategic globalisation

India’s sudden withdrawal from world’s “largest” regional trade agreement, the Regional Comprehensive Trade Economic Partnership (RCEP) in 2019 after seven years of hard negotiation, was seen with a construing view...

CPEC

China, CPEC and COVID-19

Over a span of twenty years, China has had multiple ways of managing and monitoring its relationships with its neighbors, especially in South-East Asia. It has aimed at developing geo-strategic...

India counter terrorism Rahul Roy Choudary article

India–UK counter terrorism cooperation: convergences and challenges

Cooperation on counter-terrorism is an important, but little-known, aspect of the India-UK security relationship. This was formally institutionalised in 2002 with the establishment of their foreign ministry-led Joint Working Group (JWG) on Terrorism....

Washington

A Restrained Foreign Policy is Becoming More Popular in Washington

Donald Trump’s pull out of Syria, the Senate’s recent vote to end American support for the Saudi War in Yemen, and Tulsi Gabbard’s announcement that she may run for President...

Rohingya in Delhi

Who are the “boat people”? Where did they come from?

With tears rolling down, a Rohingya Muslim woman in her tattered cotton sari explained her plight of living as a refugee in Delhi. The capital city of India, alone hosts...

Didar Singh article global migration

Is it really a Global Compact on Migration?

Back in 2016, 193 members of the UN General Assembly unanimously adopted a non-binding political declaration, the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, pledging to uphold the rights of...

Will India ever align with the West

Opinion: Will India ever align with the West?

When Indian and American Foreign and Defence Ministers/Secretaries met recently, they signed an agreement which would further strengthen security ties and the broader strategic partnership between the two countries. It...

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– Mahatma Gandhi