The author, a former ambassador, is vice-chairman and executive head of the Kerala State Higher Education Council.
Foreign policymaking benefits from diverse inputs. But lateral entry is avoidable.
Despite US support, permanent Security Council membership may prove elusive.
The focus has shifted from the nuclear liability act and trade issues to Javelin missiles and Apache helicopters.
We must catch up with the global revolution in education.
A new government is in place and the world is taking note.
Why the overall framework of foreign policy will be hard to alter.
However symbolic,the Geneva agreement fosters a climate for conciliation.
On Sri Lanka,electoral considerations trumped diplomacy.
From Syria to US-Iran,signs of a thaw.
For the moment,Indias government must manage,not promote,ties with Pakistan.
In diplomacy,Delhi speaks too softly,doesnt carry a stick
The PMs visit to Japan sent the right signals to China
Chinas reputation for inscrutability serves it well in all its actions
The free trade agreement isnt yet done,but India-EU ties are robust
Through two broad chapters on the investigation and the trial, Avirook Sen presents how the Talwars were hit with a double whammy: a shoddy and insensitive investigation by the UP Police and the CBI and what Sen believed was a premeditated judgment.