Follow Us:
Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Sarjan Shah

Shah is an alumnus of London School of Economics, Cambridge and Harvard, and lives and works in Mumbai

Soleimani’s assassination has no ethical justification, brings global order to the brink
Thu, Jan 09, 2020

Whether Soleimani’s past makes him a likely war criminal or not, the US cannot abrogate to itself the right to mete out drone-delivered justice, and so, any arguments in favour of an ethical justification for the assassination based on his past are empty.

Consider the larger picture: Abrogation of Articles 370, 35A will help integrate the Valley
Mon, Aug 12, 2019

Only in the creation of long-term order, can we ever hope to have truly substantive justice for the people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh, who, I can say with the utmost conviction, are better off with us than they ever could be with our dear neighbours.

Aligned interests and a big stick
Sat, Apr 13, 2019

That’s what the West needs to meet challenge from China, Russia and others

26/11 anniversary: Fate and freedom
Fri, Nov 30, 2018

On 26/11, I lost my father. I was 19 years old at the time. My sister Sanjana was only 13 and mother, Kalpana P Shah, a vulnerable, hopeless romantic.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement