Sanjaya Baru The Indian Express Group
Monday 6 January '14On the India-US nuclear deal, PM took the initiative, risked his government and triumphed.
Monday 16 December '13AAP must know that politics is the art of the possible, more so in the coalition era.
Thursday28 November '13India should worry about the multilateral trading system, not food subsidies.
Thursday21 November '13The Emperor and Empress return to Delhi after 30 years to open a new chapter in ties.
Wednesday6 November '13PM has left a clear stamp on foreign policy, even if UPA2 let him down.
Monday21 October '13Both India and China would be better off learning to cooperate while competing.
Monday30 September '13Why Rahul Gandhi's outburst against the government strains credibility.
Thursday26 September '13The Syria crisis has brought Russia back to global centrestage.
Monday2 September '13Why India must reach out to the subcontinent’s constituency of peace at all times
Tuesday20 August '13How a risk-averse UPA lost the confidence of markets and investors.
Thursday8 August '13Early polls would help investors snap out of wait-and-watch mode
Wednesday24 July '13India must actively make it up to global investors, not suspect Western policy intent
Monday17 June '13Singh-Kerry talks were consequential in the past. They could be again
Wednesday15 May '13Geo-politics defined new WTO chief’s candidacy, geo-economics will shape his tenure
Friday19 April '13Have the economic slowdown and rising deficits hurt India’s global profile?
Friday12 April '13The continent is experiencing rising rates of growth. But will growth be translated into development?
Monday25 March '13Together, leaders of India and China can craft a Panchsheel for a new time
Saturday29 September '12Pankaj Mishra’s new book is a provocative read with a deeply flawed worldview — it’s the West versus the rest
Thursday30 August '12German leader visits China, with an eye on her image at home and in Europe
Friday10 August '12The most important step for enhancing economic security is to set a timetable for market-based energy pricing
IT ALL STARTS HERE
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