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Cold War
World  /  Published 08.08.22

Cold War-style diplomacy in Africa

When secretary of state Antony J. Blinken arrives in South Africa on Sunday, he will become the third high-ranking American official to have visited the African continent in two weeks. He is also hot...
By Ruth Maclean in New York

Opinion  /  Published 13.07.22

Weakening hold

The war in Ukraine, where one side is egged on by Anglo-Saxon countries and a pusillanimousEuropean Union simply falls in line behind them, is turning out to be a disastrous own goal for the Western p...
By Prabhat Patnaik

Sports  /  Published 01.07.22

Cold War on a chessboard

Where is Bobby Fischer? It is July 1, 1972, and the National Theater in Reykjavik is getting restless. The hall where the "Match of the Century" is to open is mostly full, but one seat remai...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 28.06.22

Cold War icon of peace

She wrote an urgent letter at age 10 to then Soviet Union leader, Yuri Andropov, that made headlines in the 1980s. Her message remains relevant on what would have been her 50th birthday. Mention &quo...
By Brenda Haas

Opinion  /  Published 15.05.22

Tunnel vision

The infant Dean Acheson believed that if the world was round, Indians must be standing on their heads. If the future secretary of state of President Harry Truman hadn’t soon tumbled to the laws ...
By Sunanda K. Datta-Ray

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Opinion  /  Published 13.04.22

Time for strategic benevolence

What is Quad? China would like us to believe that it is an Asian NATO, driven by a Cold War-era mentality. Quad leaders say they are a group of like-minded democracies working together on a constructi...
By Chirayu Thakkar

World  /  Published 04.04.22

A frontier that eluded Putin

The signs of failure in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are readily apparent: the tattered reputation of its military as a modernised, overpowering fighting force; its tattered economy; and a weste...
By Neil MacFarquhar

Opinion  /  Published 23.03.22

Letters to the Editor: Putin's war may force many Russian artists to leave

Different rhythm Sir — The Russian invasion of Ukraine has had a devastating effect on Russian athletes and artists. Most sportspersons have been barred from participating in international even...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 18.03.22

Plot thickens: Pakistan’s long march to democracy

Bilawal Bhutto’s ‘Long March’ began in Karachi and terminated in Islamabad on March 7 with a call for a motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan. The rest of the Opp...
By T.C.A. Raghavan

Opinion  /  Published 12.03.22

Alternative theory

The war in Ukraine is terrible; and the person who started it, Vladimir Putin, must be held squarely responsible for it. But this should not absolve us from examining what has led up to it. Just as th...
By Prabhat Patnaik


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