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Will Hong Kong See an Exodus of American and British Firms After New Data...

With China imposing a 'New Security Law' in Hong Kong, analysts speculate a limited exodus of American and British firms due to stricter data rules.

Why One of Three African Candidates Fits the Bill as the New Head of...

Of the three Africans currently in line to become the Director General of the World Trade Organisation, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is the best fit.

COVID-19 Shows Only Multilateralism Can Save the World

Cooperation between countries, not hostile competition, is the only to redeem the world from the many crises that it faces today, least of all the COVID-19 pandemic.

India’s Response to an Assertive China Must Move Beyond Boycotts and Chest-Thumping

High-decibel action won't work in the long run. India must invest in building a robust economy to outsmart China.

Crisis in Ladakh Strengthens US–India Relations Against China

As the PLA toys with the contested India-China border, New Delhi and Washington are cautiously moving closer to each other.

View from Kathmandu: India and Nepal Should Resolve Kalapani Dispute Once and For All

The India-Nepal Kalapani territorial dispute has lingered on too long. New Delhi and Kathmandu should now douse it for the sake of South Asian stability.

COVID-19 Has Pushed Australia-China Relations Into Critical Condition

As it moves to lead an international probe on the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canberra finds its longstanding relationship with Beijing unraveling.

The Venezuelan Dilemma

Acute fuel shortage, a raging pandemic and a searing political crisis – Venezuela is facing one of its roughest periods in modern history.

Why India Must Take a Leading Role in Securing the Indian Ocean Region

India is well-placed to lead a collaborative geostrategic architecture in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR).

Three Years Into Doklam, India and China are Back to Border Standoffs

New Delhi and Beijing are, once again, staring down each other along their hotly contested border, this time in Ladakh and Sikkim.