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The Geopolitics of the Democracy Summit

Strategic projection of democratic credentials appears to be driven by the urge to reassert US hegemonic interests.

The ‘Quad’ Again

In the name of a “rules-based order,” Australia, India, and Japan support US dominance of the Asia–Pacific region.

Skidding Down the Strategic Slope

While Modi's recent visit to the United States locks India in a tight strategic embrace with the US, the Chinese will not take kindly to India embracing US policy in the South and East China seas. India's inability to make headway with China will exacerbate the costs of furthering this misshapen relationship. A clear and open debate is imperative to weigh the costs and benefits of Indo-US relations.

Of Gods and Demons

Having read the article by Satadru Sen on India’s current foreign policy (‘Goodbye to Non-Alignment and All That’, December 1, 2001) the reader cannot avoid feeling that the author worships failed gods and pours scorn on one demon. The result is he wraps himself in inconsistent arguments when...
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