US Foreign Policy
Takeaways from the Biden-Putin Summit

The downturn in the trajectory of US-Russia ties has become more pronounced since 2014. The differences over Ukraine, Middle East and others have been further exacerbated by charges of election meddling, cyber attacks levelled against Russia. At...

US Foreign Policy under Joe Biden

On March 3rd, the new Biden administration released an Interim National Security Strategic Guidance to convey how the US would engage with the world as it begins its work on the National Security Strategy. As the new administration takes such first...

Systemic Decline of the American Power?

Introduction “While the US remains the indispensable nation in the free world, we cannot protect our interests or serve that role effectively without maintaining strong alliances and showing respect to those allies”, reads the resignation letter of...

Interaction with Australian Delegation

The VIF held a closed-door informal interaction with a five-member Australian delegation led by Mr Graham Fletcher, First Assistant Secretary, North East Asia, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Australia), and comprising of Mr Adam Clancy, Ms...

Loose Cannons, Generals and US Foreign Policy in the Trump Era

President Elect Donald Trump has a few weeks more to remain in the ‘loose cannon’ mode before he is fully accountable for what he utters. For over a year he has been trumpeting his wares, his mind and his ideas on a nation which is...

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