Christopher Clary

Christopher Clary is an associate professor of political science at the University at Albany, State University of New York and a Nonresident Fellow with the Stimson Center’s South Asia program. He is the author of The Difficult Politics of Peace: Rivalry in Modern South Asia (Oxford University Press, 2022).

Does India have a targeted killing program?

Here are the most recent developments.

What India is saying about the Israel-Hamas war

Can India balance support for Israel with its long-standing commitment to Palestine?

What if India really was involved in killing a Sikh activist in Canada?

The international consequences could prove modest.

Did the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan harm U.S. credibility?

Here’s the latest research.

Can the U.S. and India depend on each other?

Here are the takeaways from the July 2021 bilateral meetings.

China and India were both looking to back down from a border crisis. Then soldiers died.

Keeping calm has helped defuse previous tensions

Trump and Modi will meet in India this week. Here’s what to expect.

India is a key strategic partner — but trade, Kashmir and Pakistan complicate the relationship

The U.S.-Iran crisis has calmed down — but things won’t ever go back to how they were before

The U.S. has to worry about more-accurate Iranian missiles, while the downed airplane has brought Iranian protesters to the street

Trump picked a fight with India. Here’s what’s going on.

Trump exacerbates India’s strategic fears.

After terrorist attack in Kashmir, will India seek vengeance or de-escalation?

Let’s examine Modi’s rhetoric for clues.