Articles By Nilova Roy Chaudhury

India must rethink its Balochistan Policy

India must rethink its Balochistan Policy

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Date: 06 Sep , 2019

That Balochistan, the resource-rich southwestern province of Pakistan, has never been in the news nor captured global attention the way that Kashmir has is perhaps testimony to the PR capabilities...

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Masood Azhar a 'Global Terrorist': Diplomatic win for India, going gets...

Masood Azhar a 'Global Terrorist': Diplomatic win for India, going gets...

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Issue: Courtesy: South Asia Monitor | Date: 01 May , 2019

The listing of Masood Azhar, head of the terrorist organisation Jaish-e-Mohamed, as a global terrorist by the UN Security Council is a significant diplomatic win for India, which has been seeking...

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India reaping strategic dividend of enhanced ties with Saudi Arabia

India reaping strategic dividend of enhanced ties with Saudi Arabia

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Date: 08 Mar , 2019

In the subcontinental blame game that has broken out over the deadly terrorist attack in Pulwama and tit-for-tat air strikes, Pakistan appears to have blinked first with India applying sudden and...

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India warily deals with China, issue by issue

India warily deals with China, issue by issue

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Issue: Courtesy: South Asia Monitor | Date: 19 Jan , 2019

In the ongoing great global churning, with countries trying to secure their own interests, India is steering a wary course between a mostly inimical China and an unpredictable Uncle Sam which...

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Counter-terror, Indo-Pacific security to propel India's strategic outlook

Counter-terror, Indo-Pacific security to propel India's strategic outlook

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Date: 02 Dec , 2018

A decade after the deadly terrorist attacks in Mumbai from November 26, 2008, held the country paralysed for four days, terrorism remains an abiding concern and challenge for India. In a series of...

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2+2 dialogue will strengthen Indo-US convergences

2+2 dialogue will strengthen Indo-US convergences

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Issue: Courtesy: South Asia Monitor | Date: 05 Sep , 2018

New Delhi intends to convey to Washington that it will keep its own relations with Tehran and Moscow in place when US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis come to...

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India, China woo Rwanda, the African Frontier of Asian Rivalry

India, China woo Rwanda, the African Frontier of Asian Rivalry

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Date: 07 Aug , 2018

Just hours after Chinese President Xi Jinping left the landlocked east African nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Kigali to add his weight to the courtship of Rwanda, which has become...

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Post-Doklam, China and India work to Manage Bruised Ties

Post-Doklam, China and India work to Manage Bruised Ties

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Date: 20 Jul , 2018

The Chinese yen for order and harmony is visible across Kunming city and throughout southwestern Yunnan province, which borders Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam and India’s Northeast. Wide, well laid...

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Modi, Xi seek to mend fences, send across a message

Modi, Xi seek to mend fences, send across a message

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Date: 01 May , 2018

The trans-Himalayan summit, featuring the leaders of India and China in the picturesque central Chinese city of Wuhan on the banks of the Yangtze River on April 27 and 28, was not intended to...

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India and Iran: Historical ties attain strategic dimensions

India and Iran: Historical ties attain strategic dimensions

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Date: 01 Mar , 2018

Culminating a series of intense high-level engagements with West Asia and the Gulf, Iranian President Hasan Rouhani’s February 15-17 visit saw India cementing its strategic position in the...

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Win at the UN is a big deal for India

Win at the UN is a big deal for India

By: Nilova Roy Chaudhury | Date: 28 Nov , 2017

When India breached a diplomatic glass ceiling on November 20, 2017, with Justice Dalveer Bhandari’s election to the International Court of Justice, it not just knocked Britain off a pedestal,...

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