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Modi should not waste his time on the UN


1 Oct 2015 | BY Harsh V Pant

A majestic narrative on the Silk Roads retells global history where West and Central Asia form the axis of power play. The historian as a captivating storyteller is less convincing when he turns prophetic. The roads may not rise again


30 Sep 2015 | BY Srinath Raghavan

Dwarfed by doubts and hobbled by a lack of political will, India has for so long failed to play out its inherent strength. Can Prime Minister Narendra Modi unlock the great-power potential of the country? A new book by one of India’s foremost strategic thinkers anatomises the power paradigms of a nation in transition


16 Sep 2015 | BY Bharat Karnad

Given how globalised India has got since the rupee was freed to float, turbulence was only to be expected. But it may not be such a bad idea to nudge the currency along a bit


11 Sep 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali

Having tom-tommed share ownership by the proletariat, China must have figured it had to keep prices up. Even after this crash, Chinese stocks are overpriced


27 Aug 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali

China and India are the two most populous countries in the world


30 Jul 2015

The old debate has taken a new twist with the publication of a new book which argues that Chinese authoritarianism is superior to Indian democracy


9 Jul 2015 | BY Shashi Tharoor

A big picture book on India’s race to the top has little to back up its claims


4 Jun 2015 | BY Srinath Raghavan

Seven features of Modi’s non-doctrinaire foreign policy that is taking India from non-alignment to multi-alignment


20 May 2015 | BY Brahma Chellaney

Is India aiming to evolve from being a balancing power to being a leading power?


24 Mar 2015 | BY Sam Roggeveen
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