Tunku Varadarajan is the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Research Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution.
Let us prepare for Hillary, but as we do, let’s also enjoy the circus of the American election.
This streak of gamesmanship is new to Bangladesh, perverse proof of a new self-confidence.
Horror of racist massacre was compounded by the fact that the victims were killed while at prayer.
At 52, he can take fresh guard—middle and leg, please, umpire—and prepare to face a less hostile attack.
The key to Bobby Jindal is to grasp early, and clearly, that he’s not Indian. He’s said as much, avowing in public that he doesn’t wish to be regarded as “Indian-American”.
Let us give thanks to the United States, and take comfort from the fact that it is the world’s judicial superpower.
Using cricket as a metaphor, addressing the long pattern of patronising behaviour toward a neighbour that deserves Indian respect, but seldom gets it.
By privatising slivers of State-owned companies and allowing public-private partnerships, the government has been able to raise capital from the private sector.