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.
As the Koreas develop their dialogue process, Pyongyang has reportedly signalled its willing to denuclearise in exchange for sweeping concessions.
While cynics might claim the new weapons are pre-election theatricality, Russia has been raising concerns about US missile defence programmes for years.
Turkey’s violent foray into a Kurdish-controlled enclave is another chess move in the Syrian end game.
The US secretary of state’s words are an acknowledgement that the ongoing détente between the Koreas is fragile.
Benjamin Netanyahu's six-day trip to India will feature soaring rhetoric, but it mustn't obscure the limitations of India-Israel relations.
While the talks are a promising sign, Pyongyang may simply be looking for short term tactical benefits like sanctions relief.
The scrapping of the proposed purchase of $500 million worth of anti-tank missiles puts the spotlight on India’s homegrown efforts to build a comparable weapon system.