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Cold War
World  /  Published 17.06.21

Biden and Putin remain divided

President Joe Biden and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia emerged from their first in-person summit Wednesday and offered broad claims of good will, but it was clear that on issues ranging from cy...
By Anton Troianovski, Oleg Matsnev and Ivan Nechepurenko in Geneva

World  /  Published 11.06.21

US, UK renew World War II accord

With the world confronting the immediate crisis of a pandemic and the long-term challenge of climate change, President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain on Thursday turned for insp...
By Marc Santora, Michael D. Shear and David E. Sanger in London

Books  /  Published 19.03.21

Inventing the future

The last one-third of Lepore’s book is the most devastating as she outlines with a considerable volume of facts and an array of opinions how this company attempted to use methods of psychologica...
By Paranjoy Guha Thakurta

World  /  Published 27.12.20

Cold War double agent dead

George Blake, who died in Russia on Saturday at the age of 98, was the last in a line of British spies whose secret work for the Soviet Union humiliated the intelligence establishment when it was disc...
By Reuters in London

World  /  Published 24.09.20

The name's Bond, seriously

Poles were left shaken and stirred by news that a suspected British agent called James Bond was on Her Majesty’s secret service in the country in the 1960s, after the Institute of National Remem...
By Reuters in Warsaw

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Books  /  Published 31.01.19

A new way to look at the US in South Asia

As Srinath Raghavan writes the history of the US in South Asia in The most dangerous place: A History of the United States in South Asia, his story begins from the early 19th century, when South Asia ...
By Anindya Jyoti Majumdar

World  /  Published 02.02.19

Russia pulls plug on nuclear arms pact after US

Following in the footsteps of the U.S., Russia will abandon a centerpiece nuclear arms treaty but will only deploy intermediate-range nuclear missiles if Washington does so, President Vladimir Putin s...
By AP in Moscow

World  /  Published 04.01.19

Spy or not? American who loves Russia caught in new Cold War

He loved to travel around Russia by train, collected tea glass holders stamped with Russian historical scenes and maintained social media friendships with ordinary Russians, from a hairstylist to reti...
By Julian E. Barnes and Neil MacFarquhar/NYTNS in Washington

Opinion  /  Published 12.09.19

History wars reflect how Asia is changing

Differing interpretations of a treaty over half a century old, territorial claims and counter claims, anger on the streets, charged political rhetoric underwritten by a deep sense of historical wrong ...
By T.C.A. Raghavan

Opinion  /  Published 04.07.19

The path of progressive forces must be green

I became interested in the phenomenon of increasing violence during the 1990s. The demolition of the Babri Masjid was only the tipping point for my interest. It had started interesting me much earlier...
By G.N. Devy


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