Christophe Jaffrelot The Indian Express Group
Tuesday 31 December '13Recent assassinations of two members of the Haqqani network could indicate a rift with the ISI
Saturday 7 December '13Patel appreciated some RSS attributes. But he was not in favour of letting the organisation penetrate the state apparatus.
Thursday14 November '13Why Fazlullah’s leadership bodes ill for peace talks in Pakistan.
Thursday7 November '13Modi attempts a new tone towards Muslims. But facts from Gujarat tell another story.
Tuesday22 October '13When Sharif meets Obama, the issue of drone strikes will be on his mind.
Tuesday15 October '13The problematic relationship between politicians and the police is one aspect of the dysfunction that assails Gujarat Police
Monday30 September '13If the Gujarat Lokayukta Aayog Bill becomes law, it will reduce the lokayukta’s independence and create inequalities among states
Thursday26 September '13In Pakistan, the Shia-Sunni conflict is causing a vertical split in society.
Friday6 September '13In Gujarat, growth relies on indebtedness. And relegates development.
Monday26 August '13It is in India’s interests to encourage dialogue between Karzai and Sharif
Thursday15 August '13The importance of the NRIs and NRGs — for the BJP and Modi — is growing
Monday29 July '13How Chhattisgarh became a sanctuary, and then a laboratory, for Naxals
Monday8 July '13Under Sharif, Pakistan’s equations with Saudi Arabia and Iran will change
Tuesday25 June '13Today, Advani and Modi represent two visions of the party and its possibilities
Tuesday4 June '13He might not be the man he was in the 1990s. For Pakistan, that’s a good thing
Thursday9 May '13Citizens’ confidence in the judiciary remains strong, and their trust in the power of the vote is high. But faith in the political party is imperilled
Thursday25 April '13Pakistan is experiencing a government of judges by default
Wednesday17 April '13How the support of the neo-middle class has been crucial to Modi's rise
Monday1 April '13But is India content with being a junior partner in the BRICS?
Thursday21 March '13Why parliamentary democracy is still not secure in Pakistan
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