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C. Raja Mohan

C. Raja Mohan is Director, Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, and contributing editor on foreign affairs for 'The Indian Express'.

Dixit-Aziz back channel: Traditional opponents in Pak try to undermine it
Mon, Dec 13, 2004

When the word appeared in Pakistani media earlier this month that the National Security Adviser J.N. Dixit was all set to meet his Pakistani...

This week in Patiala, two Punjabs become one again
Thu, Dec 02, 2004

It is not often that a government advertisement stops the traffic. ‘‘Reviving the spirit of Punjab, Punjabi, and Punjabiyat,’...

Singh meets Wen today, great hopes for boundary talks
Tue, Nov 30, 2004

The meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chinese premier Wen Jiabao on Tuesday in Vientiane should be an occasion to celebrate ...

Does the UN matter?
Tue, Nov 30, 2004

Does the United Nations really matter when it comes to war and peace in the 21st century? To ask this question when long promised reform of ...

Breakdown averted, breakthrough awaited
Thu, Nov 25, 2004

The first crisis in the peace process since the composite dialogue began last June has been averted by renewing reassurances that both sides...

Pak gets back on LoC bus: Kashmiri leaders can be first travellers
Mon, Nov 22, 2004

Pakistan hopes that political leaders from Jammu and Kashmir would be among the first travellers hopping on to a proposed bus service across...

General reminder on J-K
Sun, Nov 21, 2004

Amid a new hiccup in the peace process that threatens to become a seizure, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf today reminded India of its c...

Behind Pak’s disquiet is New Delhi’s new shift: Downgrading Hurriyat, upping the official ante
Sat, Nov 20, 2004

The Indo-Pak peace process has hit the first roadblock with Pak President General Pervez Musharraf reacting sharply to the statements of Pri...

For New Delhi, it’s as good as it gets: Rice as Secy of State, Hadley as NSA
Wed, Nov 17, 2004

The Indian foreign policy establishment is all smiles at the appointment of US National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice as the next Secret...

Dixit heads for Beijing for key border talks, Tawang on his mind
Tue, Nov 16, 2004

As India and China intensify their search for a final settlement of their long-standing boundary dispute, they will soon have to come up wit...

Three can be company
Tue, Nov 16, 2004

As Prime Minister Manmohan Singh heads to Srinagar this week and prepares to experiment with unconventional ideas on Jammu and Kashmir, here...

To make this work, Pak must respond by turning off terror tap
Mon, Nov 15, 2004

Having unilaterally announced the decision to meet the long-standing demand from Pakistan for a reduction of Indian troops in Jammu and Kash...

Why India stands to gain from Bush Part Two
Thu, Nov 04, 2004

The old order in America is dissolving and a new one has begun to emerge. That’s the message from the bitterly fought Presidential poll...

Vote that’ll change the world
Tue, Nov 02, 2004

For many Indians who call themselves “progressives”, the choice in the American elections today is clear. They prefer the professe...

Delhi needn’t swallow but certainly chew on Gen’s food for thought
Wed, Oct 27, 2004

In outlining a new framework for the resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir problem, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has begun to clear the...

Tech talks get urgency as next White House is just days away
Thu, Oct 21, 2004

Despite some carping from Democrats here and self-doubts among the traditionalists in New Delhi, the Bush Administration and India are all s...

There’s a new in our nuclear
Tue, Oct 19, 2004

As a responsible nuclear power, India is ready to work with like-minded countries in strengthening the global non-proliferation system. That...

Why India’s ready with its red carpet for this Chinese Governor
Sun, Oct 10, 2004

When the Indian establishment serenades Governor of China’s Xinjiang province Ismail Tiliwaldi in the capital next week, it will revive...