Foreign Policy
India  /  Published 21.07.20

Nadda: back to '62 to attack Rahul

BJP president J.P. Nadda on Monday accused Rahul Gandhi of trying to “politicise defence and foreign policy” in “one dynasty’s desperation to wash their past sins of 1962&rdquo...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

India  /  Published 19.07.20

Jaishankar can't deny foreign policy failures: Sharma

Senior Congress leader Anand Sharma hit out at external affairs minister S. Jaishankar on Sunday, saying he cannot be in denial of the "failures" of foreign policy and should answer them ins...
By PTI in New Delhi

India  /  Published 08.04.20

Don't succumb to threats, world is watching: Congress to PM

The Congress on Wednesday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should not succumb to threats and take any decision out of pressure at the time of a health crisis as it would set the wrong precedent in in...
By PTI in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 24.11.19

Sri Lanka: a fractured nation

If anything, New Delhi has been quick off the blocks to woo the new Sri Lankan administration. The prime minister, Narendra Modi, was the first world leader to call President-elect Gotabaya Rajapaksa....
By Amantha Perera in

India  /  Published 14.11.19

Sonia call to fight for ‘true India’

Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday said the present rulers did not have the wisdom and capacity to protect the Nehruvian legacy, and were taking India backward.Delivering the Jawaharlal Nehru...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

India  /  Published 24.10.19

Picture from Washington: Not so rosy on Kashmir

India’s clampdown in Kashmir came in for sustained grilling for four-and-a-half hours in Washington on Tuesday at a hearing of the US House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs on human r...
By Anita Joshua in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 29.09.19

Modi's biggest foreign policy gamble: J&K

A survey of Indian foreign policy since Independence might help us test the link between political ideology and foreign policy. In this period, India was governed by ideologically distinct parties tha...
By Mukul Kesavan in

Opinion  /  Published 26.09.19

The hot risks of ‘Cold Start’

Preventing war through deterrence based on military capabilities has historically been the crux of politico-strategic logic for national defence. It’s believed that if capabilities to inflict violen...
By Prakash Menon 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 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


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