Anita Inder Singh
Anita Inder Singh is an independent cross-disciplinary writer on world affairs. She took her BA Honours degree in History from the University of Delhi – and her D.Phil. in Modern History from the University of Oxford. Her interests include the great powers and international security / the tension between international norms and the sovereignty of states / nationalism / diversity / democracy / human rights in Europe and Asia. Born in India she is a citizen of Sweden, currently on a sojourn in New Delhi.
She has been a Professor of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution in New Delhi. Prior to that, she taught International Relations at the graduate and doctoral levels at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Oxford. In Washington DC she was a Fellow at the International Forum for Democratic Studies at the National Endowment for Democracy. She worked for the Independent Commission on International Humanitarian Issues in Geneva.
Her website is www.anitaindersingh.com.
With an EU Indo-Pacific strategy in the works, finding common ground in security and foreign policy remains a challenge.
Ambition now looks like arrogance as New Delhi’s mishandling of the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in disaster.
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s visits to Beijing, New Delhi and Islamabad showed Moscow still has clout in the region.
Washington has signalled a desire for closer ties with New Delhi, but major challenges are yet to be answered.
New Delhi can talk up ties all it likes, but Moscow’s eyes are also looking east – to Beijing.