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Degrees of irresponsibility

Friday 10 January '14

On national security, Congress pusillanimity, BJP opportunism and AAP anarchism.
Tokyo's Defence

Wednesday 1 January '14

As it heralds a new year, Asia is waking up to a very different Japan.
Jaitley's illogic

Wednesday 25 December '13

A fortnightly column on the high politics of the Af-Pak region, the fulcrum of global power play in India’s neighbourhood.
Dhaka spillover

Thursday 19 December '13

It is the site of a larger battle between forces of moderation and extremism.
Control near seas

Wednesday 18 December '13

Incident in the South China Sea earlier this month between the US and Chinese naval vessels did not arise out of a misjudgement on either side.
Reconnecting Punjab: Shahbaz Sharif’s Mixed Signals

Monday 16 December '13

Badal's constructive approach to cross-border cooperation stands in contrast to prevailing nihilism in Kolkata and Chennai.
Iran, Arab Unity

Wednesday 11 December '13

International community debates the intricacies of the interim nuclear deal between Tehran and Washington.
American alliances

Wednesday 4 December '13

As he travels through Northeast Asia this week, US Vice President Joe Biden has a big problem.
Pranab pushes for rapid development of Arunachal

Saturday 30 November '13

The President welcomed the current plans to unveil the first rail link to Itanagar.
Pranab visits Arunachal, focus on sovereignty

Friday 29 November '13

This is the the second presidential visit to Arunachal in less than five years.
Akihito returns

Wednesday 27 November '13

Last time Akihito visited Delhi, Japan was well on its way to re-establishing itself in the post-war international order.
Iran deal

Wednesday 20 November '13

A fortnightly column on the high politics of the Af-Pak region, the fulcrum of global power play in India’s neighbourhood.
India's region

Friday 8 November '13

A fortnightly column on the high politics of the Af-Pak region, the fulcrum of global power play in India’s neighbourhood.
Won by UPA 1, lost by UPA 2

Tuesday 5 November '13

As they meet in Delhi this week, India’s ambassadors must speak truth to power on the reversal in our international fortunes.
Local vs National: The Lanka Test for the BJP

Saturday 2 November '13

Wringing hands and avoiding difficult decisions has come naturally to the UPA government.
Panchsheel myths

Wednesday 30 October '13

Panchsheel is often held up in New Delhi as a great contribution of India’s first PM, Jawaharlal Nehru.
Loss of control

Wednesday 23 October '13

A fortnightly column on the high politics of the Af-Pak region, the fulcrum of global power play in India’s neighbourhood.
A moment for Asian solidarity

Wednesday 9 October '13

The Look East policy is a successful initiative. The prime minister’s visit to Indonesia must build on it.
FRONTIER TALES

Wednesday 2 October '13

Senior Indian and Chinese officials are giving final touches to BDCA.
He tried his best

Tuesday 1 October '13

But Manmohan Singh will leave the Pakistan relationship in greater flux than he found it.

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