“Many of us fall into the trap of traditional theories that have a predominant preference for systemic or structural factors” – Interview with Aditi Malhotra Dear Aditi Malhotra, in your book you examine India’s reorienting strategic posture and describe how New Delhi’s security policy in the Indo-Pacific region has evolved. Which questions do you exactly… Continue reading Interview on India in the Indo-Pacific [Book]
In this episode of Interlinked, we discuss the trajectory of India’s role in the Indo-Pacific region. Dr Malhotra sheds light on the evolving perceptions of India’s own role in the region and the multiple factors affecting it. In the conversation, Ishani and Dr Malhotra discuss the impact of China, the United States and other countries… Continue reading Podcast Interview: India’s Role in the Indo-Pacific | In Conversation with Dr Aditi Malhotra
Interview for the online portal Guftagoo The global health emergency resulting from the rapidly spreading COVID-19 and the failing global markets have reignited the debates on multilateralism. Although the rise of populism in recent times had reduced the significance of multilateral institutions, the brand new challenges resulting due to an unforeseen pandemic have made many… Continue reading Interview: Multilateralism at the Time of COVID-19: What’s Working and What’s Not?
Gandhara RFE/RL by Mustafa Sarwar Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has tried striking up a new relationship with neighboring Pakistan by resisting reliance on its archival India. But after Islamabad failed to deliver to the negotiating table leaders of the Afghan Taliban who are believed to be hiding in Pakistan, Ghani is in now in India to… Continue reading In the Media: Afghan Leader Knocks On India’s Door After Pakistan Disappointment