Danielle Rajendram is a Research Associate in the Lowy Institute's International Security Program.
- Why the 2014 elections will be important both in India and internationally.
- Dhruva Jaishankar looks at what the recent stand-off in Ladakh will mean for China-India relations.
- To cope with rapid urbanisation, India needs to boost annual investment in urban infrastructure over the next 20 years from $17 per capita to $134. Can India pull it off?
- Australia's new Defence White Paper has big implications for India, says Rory Medcalf in the Indian Express.
- P B Mehta: 'We used to think that the Indian state was a progressive entity out of sync with social reality. It could be argued that now the opposite is the case: the Indian state is still entrenched in the old mould, while society is actually experiencing far-reaching changes.'
- Anil Padmanabhan argues that India's Congress Party must make a choice between the cost of survival over the short term or shoring up its political future in the medium term.
- Eight myths about India's growth miracle.
- Shyam Saran, the chairman of India's National Security Advisory Board, gave a speech on India's nuclear deterrent this week. In response, Michael Krepon asks whether greater transparency in South Asia would be helpful, or whether it would exacerbate nuclear tension.
- The trailer for It's a Girl, a documentary film on the perils of being born a girl in India and China.