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Rupakjyoti Borah

Rupakjyoti Borah

Rupakjyoti Borah is currently a research fellow with the Tokyo-based Japan Forum for Strategic Studies. He specialises on India's strategic ties with countries in the Indo-Pacific region and its maritime interests.

Japan

Japan's new Defence White Paper: Turbulence ahead

Japan will have to devote an increasing amount of time, energy and resources to the troubled security front.

Japan's new Defence White Paper: Turbulence ahead

Politics

India-US ties: Marching to a new tune

This turnaround in the ties is in stark contrast to the Cold War-era when the two sides did not see eye-to-eye.

India-US ties: Marching to a new tune

Politics

What of India and China relations?

Beijing is trying to move into what New Delhi has traditionally seen as its own backyard.

What of India and China relations?

Politics

Tough choices in Myanmar as a new era begins

The new government has to weigh its interests very carefully internationally as countries across the world woo Myanmar.

Tough choices in Myanmar as a new era begins

War & Conflict

India and Japan get closer as China flexes its muscles

Beijing's cloak-and-dagger moves in the South China Sea and beyond has led to Tokyo and New Delhi become more amicable.

India and Japan get closer as China flexes its muscles

Poverty & Development

India's take it or leave it choice in Afghanistan

New Delhi will have to stay the course in Afghanistan in the light of its long-term interests.

India's take it or leave it choice in Afghanistan