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Kanti Bajpai

The writer is professor and Wilmar Chair in Asian Studies, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Why does China consistently beat India on soft power?
Wed, Jun 23, 2021

Kanti Bajpai writes: Classical India may stand alongside classical China in the regard it garners, but contemporary India has been left behind. Until we recognise that, we can’t do much about it.

Stephen P Cohen laid the foundation for South Asian security studies
Wed, Oct 30, 2019

Stephen P Cohen inspired not just by being a driven scholar, mentor, and institution builder. He inspired by his many sterling human qualities that became apparent as you got to know him.

Redraw the triangle
Fri, Jun 30, 2017

New Delhi had tilted too far towards the US, been too aggressive with China

Enter, the Dragon
Tue, Aug 16, 2005

China's extraordinary rise has been documented in many ways. Its economy has been the primary focus of attention, with the astonishing run o...

No one writes to Saddam
Mon, Feb 24, 2003

The events of the past three weeks have brought us closer to war in Iraq but they also signal a whole set of conflicts that could confront t...

Two elections, tied together
Mon, Aug 19, 2002

Elections have been pivotal in the international relations of South Asia as perhaps in no other region of the world. As we gear up for elect...

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