Japan is a major pillar of the Indo-Pacific strategic vision and has a seat at the table when security in the region is discussed. However, Japan’s interests and anxieties vis a vis the Sea of Japan and Pacific Russia are rarely part of the discussion despite their implications on the Indo-Pacific. Aditya Pareek joins Yoshihiro Inaba to discuss Japan’s Self Defence Forces and the international law dimension to all parts of the Indo-Pacific.
Yoshihiro Inaba is a freelance writer living in Japan. He is particularly familiar with Japan’s Ground, Maritime, and Air Self-Defence Forces. He currently writes for multiple Japanese military magazines as well as for Naval News, a France-based web media outlet. He is one of the few young military writers in Japan and is currently a student studying international law (especially self-defence and use of force) at a Japanese graduate school.
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So much of the lives of common people depends on the relationships between nations. But is foreign policy an arcane subject, meant only for wonks and elites? No! Pranay Kotasthane and Manoj Kewalramani join Amit Varma in episode 170 of The Seen and the Unseen to demystify international relations.
Riya Sinha joins Hamsini Hariharan to discuss the nuts and bolts and Indian connectivity projects in Nepal.
This section of the Pragati Manifesto is about how India can enhance its stature in the world.
The formation of Bangladesh was neither inevitable nor a bilateral matter between India and Pakistan. Historian Srinath Raghavan joins Amit Varma in episode 113 of The Seen and the Unseen to describe the geopolitical forces that shaped those events of 1971.
It is in India’s interest to de-escalate the standoff with Pakistan.
What are the hidden dynamics of the India-Pakistan conflict? What are the possible ways of resolving it? Historian and foreign policy analyst Srinath Raghavan joins Amit Varma in episode 111 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss the game theory and geopolitics of this messy situation.
Dhruva Jaishankar argues that India indeed has a vibrant strategic culture on episode 85 of The Pragati Podcast with Pavan Srinath.
This is Part 2 of our series, 2018 in Review, and focuses on Indian Foreign Policy. Specifically, on the lessons we can learn from Kautilya.
This is Part 1 of our series, 2018 in Review, and focuses on South Asia. Specifically, why India should look beyond.
Two recent developments in the international arena are connected by a pair of cufflinks: the US withdrawal from the INF treaty and India’s first deterrence patrol with a nuclear submarine.
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The recent talks between Vladimir Putin and Narendra Modi took place amid much bonhomie. But there was a limit to how much either side could achieve.
The surprise defeat of the authoritarian Yameen is good for the Maldives — and for Indian interests.
The world is changing. India must consider all possible outcomes, and evaluate its options accordingly.
India as a nuclear power is a different force from what it was before we went nuclear. Lt Gen Prakash Menon joins Amit Varma in episode 80 of The Seen and the Unseen to describe how War and Statecraft have been redefined by nuclear weapons.
India and China are both wooing Africa. There is much we can do to make this a win-win relationship.
An explainer on foreign policy using lessons from popular culture. In Installment 1, Wakanda faces a choice between two different types of Realism.
This seemingly radical suggestion would thwart China’s dominance, and increase the chances of peace in the neighbourhood.