Pushpesh Pant is a noted Indian academic and historian.
Pakistan and China keep us so preoccupied that the rest of foreign policy is forgotten.
The demonisation of ‘Islamic Terror’ has diverted our attention from brutalities perpetrated by White psychopaths.
We can’t overlook that even after the terrorist attack in Pulwama and its aftermath nothing seems to have changed as far as China is concerned.
Pakistan is a theocratic state and we are secular, they are ruled by the armed forces and we are a democracy.
Pakistan does need the Saudi crutches to survive but India is certainly not in such an abject and pitiable situation.
Pakistan and its allies, patrons and protectors should be made to pay an economic and political price.
China has gained a first mover advantage blocking us effectively. It's time we looked beyond the BRICS.
There is no reason to believe that the US shall not threaten countries that continue to deal with Venezuela with secondary sanctions like they did in the case of Iran.
The looming economic crisis in the Gulf has resulted in dreams of Indian workers suddenly turning into a nightmare.
The US continues to equate Pakistan with India and provides generous, ill-deserved economic assistance to keep afloat the ‘failed state’.
In the past quarter century, there has been a steady drift towards Islamic fundamentalism in some parts of Malaysia.
From Pakistan to Sri Lanka to Nepal many of India's neighbours are grunting and groaning under the back-breaking burden of Chinese ‘kindness’ - the debt trap.
Khaleda Zia today realises the folly of boycotting the last elections that gave a walk over to Sheikh Hasina.
Nepal after the abolition of monarchy is a secular, democratic republic federal in structure but conversion to Christianity remains a sensitive issue
State elections are fought, won and lost according to very different calculations then the Lok Sabha polls