India’s China Policy Is Confused
Two years after a deadly border clash, New Delhi appears wary of Beijing but unwilling to partner with Washington. These contradictions leave it open to exploitation.
The United States and India Need a Digital Handshake
Mistrust and disagreements over privacy have impeded a partnership that could transform the global digital economy.
Modi’s Multipolar Moment Has Arrived
India, now courted by all sides, is the clear beneficiary of Russia’s war.
‘We Begged Them to Spare Our Shops’
In New Delhi, the BJP-controlled local government razes a market run by Muslim women.
Why China Is Paranoid About the Quad
Beijing has long lived with U.S. alliances in Asia, but a realigned India would change the game.
The World Ignored Russia’s Delusions. It Shouldn’t Make the Same Mistake With India.
Hindu nationalist ideologues in New Delhi are flirting with a dangerous revisionist history of South Asia.
India’s Official COVID-19 Death Toll Is Still an Undercount
As the World Health Organization seeks to revise global figures, politics in New Delhi stand in the way.
India Abandons the Rohingyas
A deliberately ambiguous refugee policy allows the government to deny shelter to Muslims fleeing persecution.
LGBTQI Muslims in India Find Solace in Their Pets
“The first living being to know that I am a gay was my pet parakeet.”
The U.S. Should Stop Nickel and Diming India and Bangladesh
A low-cost program designed to promote economic development has shut out two key partners in Asia.
Why India Won’t Condemn Russia
The world’s largest democracy is under pressure to join the West in sanctioning Moscow. But New Delhi wants to keep its options open.