Miller Publishes Op-Ed of State of U.S.-India Relations
Professor Miller outlines some of the pressing matters shaping U.S. and India’s strategic calculations, including the war in Ukraine, India-Russian relations, China, trade and technology relationship, as well as the state of Indian democracy.
Miller Coauthors Column on U.S.-India Trade Relationship
“A frangible bilateral partnership is neither an effective deterrent to revisionist countries nor conducive to shoring up the rules-based order — facts which both countries would do well to remember.”
Miller Argues for Increased Quad-ASEAN Collaboration
Despite its influence in the Indo-Pacific, ASEAN is often overlooked in terms of its cooperation with Quad countries and in terms of its role in the region. Professor Miller argues for greater collaboration with the member countries in the face of increased Chinese encroachment.
Miller Publishes Op-Ed Exploring China-Pakistan Relations
The rhetoric in China today openly and consistently refers to Pakistan as a good friend and supportive partner. This has not always been the case. What changed? Professor Miller explains.
Miller Publishes Column on Influence of BRI Recipient Countries
“Recipient countries matter tremendously and have agency because their geopolitical concerns and domestic interests can intersect to affect how well or poorly BRI functions in their country.”
Miller Explores Impact of War in Ukraine on Asia
“Some have argued that while the war will have an impact on Russia, its neighbors, and the rest of Europe, it will have little consequence for Asia or the global order. This is wishful thinking at best, and shortsightedness at worst.”
Miller Publishes Op-ed on Geopolitical Challenges Facing India
Whether 2022 proves to be just a “going on” for India will be determined by its ability to balance its interconnected and complicated relationships with China, Russia, the U.S., Pakistan and others.
Miller Op-Ed Offers Projections of India-U.S. Partnership
“As far as New Delhi is concerned, the India-US partnership, in which it has invested over the past two decades, is still a sound bet that addresses its geopolitical concerns.”
Miller Op-Ed Gleans Insights from CCP Centennial Celebration
“The insecurity the CCP continually struggles with was revealed in spades in Xi’s speech…The reason it was imperative for Xi to hammer home that the CCP had transformed China…was because there is no socialist ideological glue that holds China together today.”
Miller & Mukundan Co-Author Op-Ed on Foreign Aid
“The very act of being offered aid in a time of need can be seen as the outcome of an established reputation, and as an achievement of status rather than lack of it.”
Miller Publishes Column on Indian Diplomacy in Africa
“Although India has immense social capital among African nations, it has not matched this in material ties, and China’s economic and investment presence in Africa has been outstripping India’s for many years.”
Miller Publishes Column on U.S.-China Relations
“If left to continue on its current course, [U.S.-China relations] will have catastrophic results for the rest of the world.”
Miller Publishes Column on China-Myanmar Relations
Professor Miller explores the ebbs and flows of China-Myanmar relations throughout their history and what could be next.
Miller Explores Social Media’s Impact on Democracy
“Defending democracy’ as Biden just vowed to do…will be a huge and unenviable task for President Biden’s team.”
Miller Discusses the “Indo-Pacific” in New Hindustan Times Column
“At some point, India will have to jump off the fence and land on a side.”
Miller Discusses U.S.-India Relations Under Biden in Hindustan Times
“A Biden administration will not particularly change the relationship. And, in many ways, it may even come out stronger.”
Miller Publishes Hindustan Times Article on Cyberwarfare
“Given that it poses a fundamental threat to both institutions and individuals, there has to be a concerted government-driven long-term strategy to counter [cyberwarfare].”
Miller Publishes Article on China-India Counterbalancing
“When it comes to counterbalancing, particularly in Asia, the US thinks of India.” But does India wants to act as a counterweight to China?
Miller Publishes Op-Ed Discussing the State of Global Order
We cannot assume the builders of international order will also be the upholders of it in every issue.
Miller Publishes Op-Ed on Chinese Fragility
Professor Miller explores the fragilities revealed by China’s behavior on the global stage.