Dr Alexander Davis a lecturer in international relations at the University of Western Australia. His research focuses on Indian foreign policy from a historical perspective, particularly India’s relationships with the “Anglosphere”, the Himalaya and the Indian Ocean.
The local cost of rising India-China tensions
The recent territorial disputes in the Himalaya have a long history. They also imperil the future of a fragile place.
Geopolitical moves in Jammu and Kashmir have a local cost, too
The planned dissolution not only creates a regional disturbance, but tips the balance against minority rights.
How the conservative “Anglosphere” fell in love with India
Mistaken assumptions about Indian history is leading to profound misunderstandings about its foreign policy priorities.
Thawing tensions in the Himalaya
Geopolitics are transforming this influential region politically, culturally, linguistically, and environmentally.
Australia and India: different worlds
Australia wants India to support its “rules based order”, but does New Delhi want the same rules?