Poornima Balasubramanian

The author is a Postgraduate Research Scholar at the department of Geopolitics and International Relations, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Karnataka, India. She is currently an intern at National Maritime Foundation, India. Poornima's  research interests include Indian foreign policy and national security, maritime security, geopolitics of West Asia and India-Israel relations.

Reflecting on the Intensifying Maritime Domain Awareness for India’s Blue Economy Aspirations

This is the century of the seas, with multiple sea-based trade conduits connecting the states, compounded with the constantly increasing significance of the maritime...

Why India Will Never Be Enough for its Neighbors

India’s policy towards its neighborhood has often come under attack for its mismanagement and insufficiency. This has been the case even after an exclusive...

Gauging Modi’s Foreign Policy

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