Eurasia review By Harsh V Pant*the Eurasia review 12 May 2018 As Sino-Indian competition for influence in the Indian Ocean region heats up, India suffered a setback in the Seychelles, due mostly to local politics rather than Chinese resistance. Still, India will seek other avenues in the region to bolster its position. In January, India signed a 20-year pact with the...

The Interpreter 3 May 2018 In 2017, the “Indo-Pacific” emerged as a defining geopolitical construct tying the future of states from East...

CNBC 28 September 2017 Indian Ocean New Delhi is looking to purchase naval drones from the U.S. in what experts say is a step intended to keep an...

sunatimes.com 23 August 2017 Djibouti is in the limelight after the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) recently commissioned its first...

Asian Review 20 July 2017 Beijing’s ramped-up Indian Ocean activity has New Delhi on ‘full alert’ AKIRA HAYAKAWA, Nikkei staff writer MUMBAI...

 Economic Times 13 July 2017 Siddharth Chakraborty The sea lanes in the Indian Ocean are considered among the most strategically important in...

India TV 4 July 2017 Photo: REPRESENTATIONAL IMAGE As tensions heighten, Chinese warships slink in Indian Ocean   The India-China military...

Hindustan Times 12 June 2017 a Shin Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the SCO Summit in Astana,...

Indian Express 22 May 2017 African Development Bank (AfDB) starts its 52nd annual general meeting in Gandhinagar today. It will be attended by over 3,000...

Indian Express 7 May 2017 By T J S George A week from today “the biggest diplomatic event of the year” will take place in China with many heads of...