Special Report: India’s Regional Relations

Special Report: India’s Regional Relations

This World Politics Review special report is a compilation of World Politics Review’s top articles on India’s regional relations from April 2009 through March 2010. The report includes sections on India’s relations with China, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Middle East and Sri Lanka.

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India-China Rivalry Plays Out in Nepal
By Vinay Jha
May 12, 2009

India Maintains Goal of China Deterrent
By Siddharth Srivastava
July 8, 2009

India, China Warm Up to Each Other on Climate Change

By Neeta Lal
September 1, 2009

To Balance China, India Turns to Japan

By Jason Miks
November 4, 2009

Rising Dragon, Slumbering Elephant: Chinese and Indian Defense Planning

By Laxman Kumar Behera
March 26, 2010

The Future of ASEAN-Indian Relations

By Prashanth Parameswaran
March 29, 2010


India’s New Arms Have Pakistan in Focus

By Siddharth Srivastava
April 20, 2009

India and Pakistan: Back to an ‘Armed Peace’
By Vinay Jha
August 7, 2009

India Wary of U.S. South Asia Policy

By Neeta Lal
October 21, 2009

The Next Mumbai: The Future of India-Pakistan Deterrence

By Bennett Ramberg
December 8, 2009

India-Pakistan Talks Are Better than Nothing

By Neeta Lal
February 17, 2010

Pakistan-India: U.S. Pressure to Thaw Relations?

By Raza Khan
June 23, 2009


India Finds the Going Tough in Afghanistan
By Siddharth Srivastava
October 21, 2009

Can Spheres of Influence Solve Afghanistan?

By Nikolas Gvosdev
December 11, 2009

India Looks to Deepen Its Afghan Presence

By Priyanka Bhardwaj
March 18, 2010

Middle East

India-Iran Relations: Sometimes, Maybe

By Saurav Jha
December 8, 2009

India and Saudi Arabia Deepen Ties

By Saurav Jha
March 29, 2010

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