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Opinion  /  Published 30.09.21

Rapid capacity building is answer to China

Since 1858, when the responsibility of running the British Indian Empire passed to the Crown, the defence of the frontiers dominated the strategic thinking of the Government of India. Throughout much ...
By Swapan Dasgupta

Opinion  /  Published 21.09.21

Hungary is an example of democracy’s nightmare

The dictionary defines schadenfreude quite simply as the ‘satisfaction or pleasure felt at someone else’s misfortune’. This is so typical a desi emotion that it a...
By Ruchir Joshi

Opinion  /  Published 17.09.21

Afghanistan: A graveyard of strategists

As the Taliban acquired control of Afghanistan and the world saw flashes of Saigon in the messy American withdrawal, it didn’t take long for Afghanistan’s description as a graveyard of emp...
By Shyam G. Menon

Opinion  /  Published 17.09.21

Pakistan’s entanglement in Afghanistan

A month after the dramatic fall of the old order in Kabul, what is evident in Pakistan is a mix of sentiment ranging from quiet satisfaction to heady triumphalism. Three factors underwrite these views...
By T.C.A. Raghavan

Opinion  /  Published 09.07.21

The passing of the Vietnam generation

Occasionally, an event takes place which illuminates in a flash of light the appalling injustice amidst which we live in this world every day of our lives. Such an event changes the way we look at the...
By Prabhat Patnaik

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Opinion  /  Published 04.06.21

Death and resurrection of Keynes

The world of economics silently celebrated the 75th death anniversary of Lord John Maynard Keynes on April 21, 2021. On this day, Keynes passed away in Tilton, Sussex in 1946. Keynes — born on J...
By Santanu Ghosh

Opinion  /  Published 15.04.21

What Bidenism owes to Trumpism

The intra-democratic debate about Joe Biden’s presidency, so far, pits a growing camp of Biden enthusiasts who are harking back to liberalism’s golden age — comparing the new preside...
By Ross Douthat

Opinion  /  Published 29.03.21

New risks: Quad, successor to Nato

It has been quite pleasant living on a planet where most of the great powers were not locked up into two hostile nuclear-armed alliances, but nothing lasts forever. Creeping shyly onto the stage ...
By Gwynne Dyer

Heritage  /  Published 27.09.20

Mrs Kasalova’s perestroika

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By Swachchhasila Basu

World  /  Published 23.08.19

Thousands in Hong Kong form human chains

Thousands of chanting Hong Kong protesters joined hands to form human chains on Friday in a peaceful protest, with almost three months of anti-government demonstrations showing no sign of let-up acros...
By Reuters in Hong Kong


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