It is in India’s strategic interest to engage Afghan insurgents
As Modi proceeds, it is useful to examine if the underlying principles of the traditional approach towards Pakistan have served India well.
An engaging account of how Track Two diplomacy can focus attention on contested issues through people-to-people contact in a facilitated environment
India rushed into applying for NSG membership without adequate groundwork
It is clear now that Pakistan generals are unimpressed by the Modi initiative
A full engagement with Pakistan cannot withstand major terror strikes.
Do not expect timely movement on Tapi. There are many imponderables
An engaging account of the making of modern Myanmar and what its changing relationship with India signifies
Indian interests in Africa will benefit from timely implementation of projects.
Modi’s foreign policy shows new energy. But can ambition stand in for realism?
Myanmar’s outrage will have to be soothed. Going ahead, we need its cooperation.
A new economic corridor could be a positive, binding force in Sino-Pakistan ties.
India must find a way to make the Pakistan army an interlocutor.
India-watchers are keen to see how Modi responds to the Delhi verdict.
Khobragade interview controversy points to erosion of important conventions.
Is Ghani engineering a significant reversal in Karzai’s India policy?
Benefits of a personal relationship between leaders of nations are exaggerated.
Will agreement between presidential candidates keep Afghanistan from tipping over?
Herat attack was meant to stop Sharif visit, spoil Modi’s ‘party’.
There are no wars to be won through poetry, no great intentions behind a poem's composition and it is more of a compulsion for self-motivated souls than a mere hobby, says Kiriti Sengupta, a gifted Indian poet, who has more than 17 books of poetry to his credit.