SCMP - APLN member C Uday Bhaskar argues that any substantive change in the US-China relationship in either way will affect New Delhi’s security concerns and aspiration to maintain strategic autonomy.
THE TRIBUNE - APLN member Shyam Saran argues that unless Russia gives up territorial acquisitions in Ukraine as part of a peace deal, the war is likely to rage on.
THE INDIAN EXPRESS - APLN member C. Raja Mohan argues that Delhi is now getting better at translating India’s objective new possibilities into tangible outcomes.
THE DIPLOMAT - APLN member Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan writes on Taiwan’s deputy minister of economic affairs Chen Chern-Chyi’s visit to India in the context of the Indian pursuit of semiconductors.
THE HINDU - APLN member Rakesh Sood points out that the sobering lessons of the Cuban Missile Crisis still remain valid, as the Ukraine War grinds on with no ceasefire in sight.
THE DIPLOMAT - APLN member Kasit Piromya argues that donor countries mustn’t be fooled by the Cambodian leader’s claims that he knows nothing about cyber-scam human trafficking operations in Cambodia.
THE ECONOMIST - APLN member Kevin Rudd argues that Chinese president Xi Jinping has upended decades-old political conventions and smashed through bureaucratic inertia to achieve his goals for China.
INDIA TODAY - APLN member Shyam Saran points out that a more assertive Chinese posture towards India is likely, even if there are tactical shifts dictated by the G20 and SCO summits.
SCMP - APLN member Kevin Rudd argues that given Putin’s track record of giving effect to his threats, Xi must act in China’s national interest and intervene to defuse the nuclear threat.
HANKYOREH - APLN member Cheong Wook-Sik argues that while the two Koreas are quickly becoming engulfed in a contest of strength, a different approach is needed.