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K P Nayar

The writer is a regular participant in Track 1.5 and Track II global dialogues on regional security, in particular on Afghanistan-Pakistan-India engagement

Religious Freedom reports have little say in US state department policies
Tue, Jun 16, 2020

External Ministry's response to USCIRF and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation show that they are inconsequential in the framing or conduct of India’s policies.

Foreign secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla has overcome challenges pragmatically
Wed, Jan 29, 2020

Harsh Vardhan Shringla’s rise to the top of the Foreign Office brings closure to one of India’s foreign policy challenges for three decades: The merger of Sikkim with the Indian Union in 1975

Modi government was right to boycott Pakistan National Day celebration in Delhi
Wed, Mar 27, 2019

Pakistan’s national day receptions held in a hostile environment have not promoted bilateral relations with India. The Modi government has shown realism in calling this spade a spade.

How We Got Here
Sat, Nov 10, 2018

Bilateral relations between India and the US under two leaders with very different styles of operation

Kuldip Nayar By KP Nayar
Wed, Aug 29, 2018

I was an unintended beneficiary multiple times of Kuldip Nayar’s fame and reputation because I am his namesake, a Malayali journalist who spells his surname just as Kuldip Nayar did.

Why getting televangelist Zakir Naik back will be an uphill task for India
Thu, Jul 12, 2018

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said Tuesday that Malaysia does not ‘easily follow the demands of others’; and it does not want ‘someone to become a victim’.

Atul Malhari Gotsurve: Delhi’s man in Pyongyang is an IFS officer
Wed, May 23, 2018

The new Indian Ambassador was invited by Kim Yong-nam, President of the Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly on the ninth day of his stay in the country to present his credentials and Gotsurve hit the ground running

No conspiracy on the menu
Sat, Dec 23, 2017

Without doubt, all these honourable men would have walked out of Aiyar’s dinner if any conspiracy was being hatched on that occasion to influence assembly elections in Gujarat or to anoint any individual Congressman as the choice for chief ministership.