India has the world’s largest diaspora population – impacting remittances, military operations, political advocacy, and even Indian grand strategy itself. How does India choose to engage with this diverse community, and what benefits does that engagement bring?
With the ascent of hardliner Boris Johnson in the UK, Canada now finds itself alone in the eye of a North Atlantic storm. How will the next Prime Minister negotiate the demands of Brexit, Trump, and the ever-looming trade wars in this new, volatile era?
As a commanding victory ushers the return of Prime Minister Modi to the helm of the world’s largest democracy, Anvesh Jain analyses the continuities and changes to Indian foreign policy that have developed under his tenure.
This month, all 29 NATO Defence Ministers will meet at the alliance’s headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Take a look at this infographic to learn more!
A look at the inspiring story of Afghanistan at this year’s Cricket World Cup, and the security implications of sport in international affairs.
This year, NATO celebrates the 70th anniversary of its storied history – but the current multilateral structure of the alliance was not always a given. Since its 1949 inception, diplomats, politicians, and strategists have occasionally theorized a “Dumbbell” concept of NATO. What does this mean, and why did the “Dumbbell” never take shape?