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Diplomacy
Opinion  /  Published 05.09.20

Man of the world: Katyayani Shankar Bajpai

Katyayani Shankar Bajpai, the veteran diplomatist who died last Sunday, was virtually unique among high-ranking Indians in being able to disagree without being disagreeable. I could not have been more...
By Sunanda K. Datta-Ray in

Opinion  /  Published 18.09.19

The civilizational dimension of foreign policy

That Delhi Cantonment has a long road called Ulaanbaatar Marg seems quite intriguing. I don’t know whether, like the Murree Gate, the Kashmiri Gate and the Lahori Gate in the old city, this is an ol...
By Swapan Dasgupta in

Opinion  /  Published 13.06.19

Rekindle the spirit of Wuhan

China is where Prime Minister Narendra Modi can hope to find a major breakthrough. This is one opportunity that Modi — he has taken unusual interest in foreign policy and will perhaps continue to do...
By Subir Bhaumik in

Opinion  /  Published 22.10.19

Modi and Xi: Mundu over matter

It wasn’t exactly like Narendra Modi’s bromance-filled walk along Olga beach in Israel with Benjamin Netanyahu in July 2017, but it wasn’t very different either. Earlier this month, Modi took th...
By Charu Sudan Kasturi in

Opinion  /  Published 25.06.19

Getting FATF to blacklist Pak will be tough

The outcomes of last week’s plenary of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) give enough clues that India’s campaign to get Pakistan blacklisted by the FATF in October will be an uphill task. The...
By K.P. Nayar in

Opinion  /  Published 04.06.19

India should engage Australia more fully

Australia decided to stick with the incumbent prime minister, Scott Morrison, in last month’s election. Although the Opposition, the centre-left Australian Labor Party, had been tipped to win, it wa...
By Harsh V. Pant in

Opinion  /  Published 26.04.19

India should not capitulate on Iran oil issue

Stormy ties between Iran and the United States of America seem to be creating turbulence on other shores. In a bid to put further pressure on Tehran, Washington — nothing short of a change in regime...
By The Editorial Board in

Opinion  /  Published 24.07.19

What Modi could learn from Xi and Kim

It seems counter-intuitive. What can the leader of the world’s largest democracy, fresh from a massive electoral win, possibly learn from the heads of authoritarian, single-party states? Yet, over t...
By Charu Sudan Kasturi in

Opinion  /  Published 27.03.19

A circus of mediators

Amit Shah, the president of the Bharatiya Janata Party, was clear. Pakistan returned Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, the air force pilot it had captured after a dogfight near the Line of Control ...
By Charu Sudan Kasturi in

Opinion  /  Published 26.11.19

It's the economy, stupid

Sixteen weeks after the abrogation of Article 370, the outcome of that dramatic and landmark move on India’s foreign policy is clear. Despite global clout that India has never previously had, its fo...
By Charu Sudan Kasturi in


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