Profile of K.C. Singh
China’s Asia policy rests on its desire to keep alliances from building amongst its regional rivals, writes former diplomat KC Singh
"India needs a Stanford, California’s spirit of innovation and enabling and friendly regulatory environment," says senior diplomact KC Singh.
It has taken 25 years for India to break out of its moral duplicity regarding Israel. West Asia has changed, so have Indian priorities that demand realpolitik.
Can you imagine an Indian tycoon positioning himself like Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, with the nation and against rabble-rousing?
Are Trump’s campaign tactics really enough for his ambition?
Modi’s diplomatic stagecraft has only had modest success
Finalise the purchase of the Rafale as second-guessing will cause more delays and cost escalations.
Assertiveness is one thing. Pranab must shun political play.
Britain and Modi, and how nations can’t bet on just one horse
Breakfast in Amritsar, lunch in Lahore, and dinner in Kabul. The new visa regime hopefully is a step towards the dream
It’s becoming difficult for fugitives to seek refuge in GCC states
Assertiveness hasn’t often been a presidential trait. But, as Zail Singh showed in 1987, it can be learnt.
An ex-CIA man opens up on the US-Pakistan axis against terror, examines its untidy origins, stares into a real chasm
Sonia takes domestic. The PM’s club takes foreign. A bad idea.
Many foreign secys have shown the will to speak truth to power
In Iran, the play of forces ranges against the Supreme Leader
An open letter to the new PM on the region's three crisis points
Official India must accept the Dalai Lama's relevance as a moral force
Our neighbour sacked its NSA for telling the truth; we carry on with one despite lapses and gaffes