Rushali Saha

The author is a postgraduate student of Political Science, with specialisation in International Relations, Jadavpur University, India. Her research interests include South Asian politics, specifically Indian foreign policy.

Revisiting the Borders of Geopolitics

Delimiting the boundaries of any social sciences discipline is a self admittedly difficult task, not only because of its interdisciplinary nature but also because...

From Strategic Ambivalence to Hedging: How Should India Respond to BRI?

India-China relations are too complex to fit into the neat binaries of ‘friend’ and ‘foe’. Instead they constitute a mosaic of cooperation, coexistence, coordination,...

Revisiting Nehruvian Idealism Apropos the Kashmir Dispute

Not many bilateral conflicts have been as seemingly averse to resolution as the Kashmir dispute. Very few bilateral disputes seek to destabilize regional security...

Sub-Regionalism Could Lead India’s Regional and Global Aspirations

With SAARC breathing its last, India should look to the sub-region if it wants to be a decisive player in the South Asian region...

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