Cold War
Opinion  /  Published 02.03.22

Blood brothers

Ukraine hasn’t allowed Vladimir Putin more than a bloody-nosed nibble, as I write, but the Russian despot has swiftly won himself a chunky fandom in India. Putin’s vandalism has stirred vi...
By Sankarshan Thakur

World  /  Published 01.03.22

Joe Biden bats for de-escalation

When Vladimir Putin declared on Sunday that he was putting his nuclear forces into “special combat readiness” — a heightened alert status reminiscent of some of the most dangerous mo...
By David E. Sanger, William J. Broad in Washington

World  /  Published 28.02.22

Europe, Canada bans Russian jets

European nations and Canada moved on Sunday to shut their airspace to Russian aircraft, an unprecedented step aimed at pressuring President Vladimir Putin to end his invasion of Ukraine, the biggest a...
By Reuters

Opinion  /  Published 27.02.22

Up for grabs, the Nato poser

Vladimir Putin anticipated Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by writing screeds about the essential one-ness of Russians and Ukrainians, united as they were, in his view, by a common origin in the me...
By Mukul Kesavan

Books  /  Published 11.02.22

Enigmas of departure

Book: Silverview Author: John le Carré Publisher: Viking Price: Rs 699 While reviewing a posthumous novel by one of the great Europeanists of our times, it is difficult not to think of anot...
By Supriya Chaudhuri


Opinion  /  Published 10.02.22

The Ukraine conundrum

Russia and the West continue to jostle over Ukraine. Eerily reminiscent of the geopolitical tussle during the Cold War, major powers are busy competing over the future of Ukraine while the voice of Uk...
By Harsh V. Pant

World  /  Published 29.01.22

Russia does not want war

Russia on Friday sent its strongest signal so far that it is willing to engage with US security proposals and reiterated that it does not want war over Ukraine. “If it depends on Russia, then t...
By Reuters in Moscow

World  /  Published 28.01.22

'US response ignores main concern'

Russia said on Thursday it was clear the US was not willing to address its main security concerns, but kept the door open for further dialogue in their standoff over Ukraine.  Kremlin spokesman ...
By Reuters in Moscow

Opinion  /  Published 27.01.22

Lessons from Ukraine

Less than a month into 2022, the world stands on the brink of a potential military conflict in Europe. Russia has amassed more than 100,000 soldiers along its border with Ukraine, and on Monday, NATO ...
By Charu Sudan Kasturi

Opinion  /  Published 20.01.22

The audacious hegemonism of Xi Jinping

It was not surprising that China’s all-powerful president, Xi Jinping, devoted his online address to the World Economic Forum to attacking the new Cold War mentality that is impeding his country...
By Swapan Dasgupta


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