The writer is Distinguished Fellow, Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, New Delhi.
Why India must reach out to the subcontinents constituency of peace at all times
How a risk-averse UPA lost the confidence of markets and investors.
Early polls would help investors snap out of wait-and-watch mode
India must actively make it up to global investors,not suspect Western policy intent
Singh-Kerry talks were consequential in the past. They could be again
Geo-politics defined new WTO chiefs candidacy,geo-economics will shape his tenure
Have the economic slowdown and rising deficits hurt Indias global profile?
The continent is experiencing rising rates of growth. But will growth be translated into development?
Together,leaders of India and China can craft a Panchsheel for a new time
Pankaj Mishras new book is a provocative read with a deeply flawed worldview its the West versus the rest
German leader visits China,with an eye on her image at home and in Europe
The most important step for enhancing economic security is to set a timetable for market-based energy pricing
R. Gopalakrishnan was the creator of the term and the conceptualiser of the initiative
Impatient with Beijing,Shanghai sets the pace for reform. It has lessons for India
The challenge is to manage expectations while stimulating animal spirits
The challenge for Europe is to find its own Ambedkar
Message from Shangri-La dialogue: in a world of flux,South Asia is on its own
Young and self-assured Chinese dont see India as a threat,or even a challenge
What S&Ps ratings downgrade really says about UPA 2
What the selection of a non-Wall Street,non-DC academic means
Every visit by a Pakistan president need not be made into a momentous occasion
G-20 must find cooperative solutions to economic shocks and underlying shifts of power
UPA should rise above please-all tactics in this budget
Riyadh and Delhi are quietly drawing closer,acknowledging their many shared concerns
In strategic affairs,no one had more influence on PM than K. Subrahmanyam