Modi’s Wolf Warrior Diplomacy Opens a Window for China in South Asia

By Asanga Abeyagoonasekera, Executive Director SAFN “The Indian Government’s questioning of US democracy is to cover up BJP’s domestic misadventure in curtailing democracy, and Narendra Modi’s vilification of Muslims during the election will impact India’s immediate periphery”. “China will benefit from Iran’s diplomatic shift to South Asia and Modi’s Wolf Warrior Diplomacy.” “The recent victory…

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76 Years of Indian Independence – What is On the Rise for Indian Global Politics

By Shreya Krishna – Research Assistant SAFN* India celebrated its 76th year of independence in August 2023. From 1947 to 2023, India’s foreign policy decisions and tactics have shifted. In Aparna Pande’s From Chanakya to Modi: The Evolution of India’s’ Foreign Policy, she discusses how Indian exceptionalism and its historic strategy of autonomy have guided its…

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US Foreign Policy, the China-Russia Axis, and Revisiting Geopolitics of Spykman

By Asanga Abeyagoonasekera, Executive Director SAFN Photo Credit: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons ‘When the elephants dance, the grass gets beaten,’ the great power competition, rivalry, and conflict pose a significant threat to many nations. With rigid policies, Washington has lost the flexibility and agility in its foreign policy…

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