Category: Subrahmanyam Jaishankar

India Tells China Ties Can’t Be Normal While Border Tensions Remain

NEW DELHI—Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi landed in India on March 24, just a few days after a serious diplomatic war of words between the two countries over Kashmir and after the failure of the 15th round of military talks earlier this month. Wang’s visit is the highest-level visit between the two countries after a…


Australia and India Commit to Free and Open Internet

Australia and India’s foreign ministers have affirmed their support for a free and open internet amid ongoing concerns that authoritarian regimes will try to mould the future of cyberspace to include more censorship and control. Australia’s Marise Payne and India’s Subrahmanyam Jaishankar announced the creation of the new Cyber Framework Dialogue at the tail-end of…


‘A World Order That Favors Freedom’: QUAD Foreign Ministers Meet in Melbourne, Australia

The four foreign ministers of the QUAD nations, Australia, the United States, India, and Japan, met on Feb. 11 in Melbourne for the fourth iteration of the talks. High on the agenda are issues like regional security—including Russia, China, and North Korea—economic engagement, new technologies, climate change, humanitarian issues, and the response to COVID-19. Australian…