[Bahauddin Foizee] Ruling party’s campaign to repeatedly publicize country’s recent developments, including Padma Bridge project, could now pay off in the next general election.
Tag: Indo Pacific
India, the New Champion of Islamophobia !
India has crossed all the limits in terms of hatred towards ‘Muslim as a community’ and 'Islam as a religion'.
What Lessons are to be Learned from U.S.’s Afghanistan Exit?
[John Bruton] The experience in Afghanistan and similar experiences elsewhere suggest that there is a strong temptation on USA's part to turn inwards and reduce commitments to the defence of other countries, including the European ones.
Fleeing from Persecution, Fleeing for Safety
[Bahauddin Foizee] Although Rohingyas found safety in Bangladesh, their lives have never been the same, courtesy to the experiences they had to go through in Myanmar and the challenges they continue to face in Bangladesh,
Bangladesh Competes with India on Economic and Social Indicators
Witnessing [the] progress, experts from both sides of the border have recently opined that life in Bangladesh is far more attractive than in India.
India’s Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative Requires Concerted Effort among Littoral Countries
[Dr. Pankaj Jha]
India’s Indo-pacific Oceans Initiative is a work in progress and requires concerted effort among littoral countries of the Indo-Pacific region.
Why did Sirisena Fail to Achieve a Balanced Policy for Sri Lanka?
Despite his attempts to reduce Chinese influence during the initial stage of his tenure, Sirisena had later realized that China has already established so deep influence in his country that he had little power to change this reality.
Vietnam’s Salience in India’s Act-East Policy
[Dr. Pankaj Jha]
Under India’s Act East policy, Vietnam will remain the important vantage point to project India’s development, trade and investment priorities.
Asian Quad: Synthesis between China’s OBOR and US-led Quad
[Dr. Pankaj Jha]
The idea of an Asian Quad – comprising of Japan, India, Vietnam and Indonesia – would help to narrow the growing mistrust between China and the US, and would create an edifice acceptable to both. Hence, these two major powers need to subscribe to this idea of an Asian Quad.
India’s Lingering Concerns over Chinese Influence in Indian Ocean, South Asia
[Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra] Mutual suspicions would dictate relations between China and India for a long time to come.
Asia’s Geopolitical Alliances are Shifting
[Conn M. Hallinan]
From what direction on the Compass Rose the winds out of Washington will blow is hardly clear, but increasingly a number of countries are charting a course of their own.
Indo-US Strategic Relations: Strengths and Limits
[Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra] Strategic relations between the US and India evolved steadily and were steered by multiple factors like size and population of India, impact of Indian soft power on US's leaders and people, relative stability of Indian political and economic system necessary for bilateral trade-and-investment and the alignment of interests of these two countries in containing a militarily assertive and muscular China. However, the Indo-US strategic relations may not be as promising as some leaders and scholars from both sides epitomize such as natural allies or defining partners, but the history suggests that the relations will not decline rather will witness a steady rise.