By stating its intention to do business with Iran, India believes it is asserting its strategic autonomy.
According to a story in The New York Times, a group of researchers have uncovered evidence of a long-range rocket programme in Iran.
America’s withdrawal from the Iran deal could give Delhi some leverage in oil price negotiations with Tehran, but it’s even more likely to trigger a series of diplomatic headaches for India.
The Pakistani military and government remain circumspect about the planned deployment of a thousand troops to Saudi Arabia.
India’s ability to maintain friendly ties with the region’s rivals is admirable, but implicitly acknowledges the transactional nature of those relationships.
Benjamin Netanyahu's six-day trip to India will feature soaring rhetoric, but it mustn't obscure the limitations of India-Israel relations.
While many in India have welcomed Trump’s tough words, the US has few tools it can effectively deploy to change Pakistan’s behaviour.