- Sushma Swaraj is visiting Bangladesh this week, on her first official visit as Minister of External Affairs. What should India do to strengthen relations with the former East Pakistan?
- Should India be promoting swadeshi (self-sufficiency) in defence?
- What does Modi mean for India's engagement with East Asia?
- A new study released this week measuring multidimensional poverty found South Asia to be one of the most impoverished regions in the world, with 40% of the world’s poor living in India.
- To follow on from our Indo-Pacific security links, Kyle Mizokami profiles five Indian weapons of war China should watch out for.
- Meanwhile, India is falling behind on infrastructure along the China-India border.
- Alyssa Ayres argues that it's time for India to be granted APEC membership.
- This editorial in The Guardian looks at what the new India means for Indian politics:
But, more important, that voice has announced a new kind of India. In the old India the poor were there to be helped, when the elite remembered to do so or when they needed to seek or, in effect, to buy votes. The middling classes were taken for granted and sometimes snubbed. The new India, most observers agree, is not interested in handouts, and refuses to be snubbed.