Radha Kumar The Indian Express Group

Radha Kumar-

Substance over form, please

Wednesday 2 October '13

Rahul Gandhi voiced a valid opposition to the ordinance.
A peace process gone missing

Monday 11 February '13

In the wake of the death penalty to Afzal Guru, the vacuum in Kashmir will cost us dearly, unless it is filled as a priority
‘I did not give the letter to IE’

Thursday 11 August '11

The conference which I organised in the European parliament in 2006 was in my capacity as a programme director at the Delhi Policy Group, an independent think-tank.
‘I will not attend any meetings with Mr Ansari’

Wednesday 10 August '11

The text of J&K interlocutor Radha Kumar’s letter to the Union home minister
A world of difference in Kabul

Wednesday 11 June '08

In Kabul for the first time, I had an eerie sense of having been here before, a nagging memory of Sarajevo during the brief cease-fire interlude of 1994...
Ear to the boundary wall

Saturday 3 May '08

As Pakistan’s new government frames its position on issues vital to India’s interests, how can India not be involved in the policy debate next door, asks Radha Kumar


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