The author is a commentator on geopolitical affairs
If China links Tibet and Dalai Lama to a settlement of the long-standing border dispute, it amounts to distrust of India’s position.
Rebalancing is the new mantra of statecraft and reset is the new form of global rapprochement
India has the world’s largest number of people without access to clean water.
Riled by the US sanctions, Iran wants to see who is standing by it and demands that remaining signatories to the nuclear deal ease restrictions on its banking and oil sectors
Today, radical Islam’s war has spanned throughout the world, not just against Christians and Jews in the West, but also against Hindus, Buddhists, indeed all non-Muslim ‘infidels’
China started the territorial game way before and it’s only lately that India has woken up to the menace.
India's posture to “participate in all formats of talks which could bring peace and security in the region” would stand it in good stead.
Congress must be willing to accept that many of the pathogens still afflicting India are bequeathed to India by Nehru.
Though nations like the US, the UK, Russia, and France have expressed solidarity with India in combating terrorism, China kept its stand on Masood Azhar unchanged
Trump's insistence on tough sanctions against all those continuing to engage with Iran and Russia limits India’s options on energy security and defence procurement
The battlelines have been drawn, and with Shah eyeing at least 22 out of the 42 Lok Sabha seats of West Bengal, it will be a tough fight with high stakes for both the parties.