Dhruva Jaishankar

The writer is a fellow with the German Marshall Fund, US

Articles By Dhruva Jaishankar

US polls, Delhi’s mirror

A look at the US presidential contenders’ positions on issues that matter to India.

Digital India vs Net Neutrality

For PM Modi, access is top priority. But neutrality advocates needn’t despair.

Beijing unravelling

India must invest more deeply in understanding the rumblings in China.

Anti-Americanism is dead

India-US reach closest to a strategic partnership in an increasingly tactical world

Re-engaging Washington

America looks distracted. Why Delhi should take the lead.

Hagel in a teacup

To paint him as anti-India is to miss the point. India has failed to advance its story in Washington

Roads to Mandalay

An integrated Southeast Asia is in India’s interests

The story from Chicago

The summit clarified NATO’s intentions in Afghanistan,but didn’t address the challenges it faces

Ten Commandments of Camp 14

An exposé of North Korea’s prison camps

Wishful mud-slinging

The bizarre backdrop to the Bonn conference on Afghanistan

Rocky road to Damascus

Should the US and India still stick to their default position on Syria?

A fighting chance

The turn in US-Pakistan relations can be an opportunity for Delhi.

Jury’s prudence

Rana’s acquittal is not an indicator of US policy on LeT or ISI

Mixed signals

Why the US refuses to call Pakistan’s bluff

Intelligence design

Operation Osama and the CIA.

Mixed signals

Geniality at the US-Pakistan strategic dialogue barely masked the tension

Obama’s worries

The lesson for South Asia from Woodward’s new book: US foreign policy is driven by Obama’s obsession with narrow domestic politics.

State of denial

The last few weeks have been marked by perceived divergences between India and the United States over l’affaire Headley and Pakistan’s request for a civilian nuclear agreement.

Cracking Chimerica

The Taiwan arms sale reawakens old familiar tensions

A cold wind

Explaining the Obama administration’s lens on India....