October 2023 issue

Five eras of Indian foreign policy From Idealism to Nationalism

These eras reflect the changing top priorities and responses to the global dynamics and solidifying India as a key player in shaping the dynamic geopolitical landscape of our world

Five Eras of Indian Foreign Policy: From Idealism to Nationalism

By Sutanu Guru

India’s foreign policy has undergone five distinct eras: idealism, realism, adventurism, pragmatism, and the current nationalism era.

Sportswashing, Propaganda, and Diplomacy

By Alam Srinivas

Criminals wash their dirty trillions through the global financial system to make it ‘white’ and legit.

The Rise of The Global South

By Pranay Sharma

The Global South, which comprises most of the world’s population and economic output, is challenging the power

Where Can The G-20 (Now G-21) Go From Here?

By Arun Bhatnagar

The G-20 Summit marked India’s emergence as a global leader, with the African Union’s inclusion symbolising its commitment to bridging development gaps.

One Nation One Election: A Game-Changer or a Gamble?

Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr

From a right-wing authoritarian party like the BJP, simultaneous elections to Lok Sabha and state assemblies have raised concerns

Bharat Versus India: The Name Change Game

By Mohan Kanda

The ongoing debate over renaming India as ‘Bharat’ reflects the deep conflict of identity, culture, history and politics.

Indomitable Bengal: Divided, But Not Divisible

By Arun Bhatnagar

From the 1905 partition of Bengal to the modern political landscapes of India and Bangladesh, Bengal remains a crucible of cultural, political, and social change.

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