International
The Lady Doth Not Protest
International Magazine October 02, 2017
Myanmar Mayhem
As Rohingyas flee their burning homes, Aung San Suu Kyi’s credibility takes a hit. Yet, her situation is a complex one.
They Who Belong To The Earth
International Magazine September 25, 2017
Opinion
The Rohingya crisis is the legacy of accursed history—going back to Partition-era politics—and the fog of violence clouds the possibility of real solutions
Handshake Hurrah To Hawks
International Magazine September 18, 2017
Strategic Shift
Talks with China and the BRICS declaration on terror are promising. Coupled with Trump’s Afghan policy, it’s significant.
Gatekeepers’ Wild Fantasy
International Magazine September 11, 2017
New Hurdle
A proposed US anti-immigrant bill puts in impossibly high barriers. Indians might be hit, but it isn’t law yet.
Dateline Xinadu
International Magazine August 28, 2017
Cover Story
The Sino-Indian border crisis is framed amidst colonial treaties, old nationalisms, new entitlements. The economic-military edge is with China, yet a conflict would hurt its ‘dream’ as much as ours. India is holding on, but the brink is a dangerous place to hold on to.
Towards A Strategic Vacuum
International Magazine August 21, 2017
One World
Broadminded global politics did find proponents in the Indian subcontinent early last century. The country today is embracing hardline positions.
  • Decisive Moments
    Holding fast to their beliefs, gaols didn’t daunt, death nor defamation deterred them. We recall them thus.
Dynasty Under Watch
International Magazine August 14, 2017
Next Door
After Nawaz, PML-N has to walk a tightrope—hold on to power and keep the army quiet
Bowl Him A Chinaman
International Magazine August 07, 2017
Still Frozen
And the Doklam impasse drags on. To resolve it, India will have to forge a new diplomatic flexibility.
Peace Just At Arm’s Length
International Magazine July 31, 2017
Dragon Seed
Resolving Doklam needs steady hands. Will Xi Jinping emulate the Mao of ’62, or show mature diplomacy?
The Lahori Gate Is Closed Still
International Magazine July 24, 2017
In A Pak Soup
A decline in Nawaz Sharif’s political stocks means more army control. It bodes ill for talks with India.
The Lady Doth Not Protest
International Magazine October 02, 2017
As Rohingyas flee their burning homes, Aung San Suu Kyi’s credibility takes a hit. Yet, her situation is a complex one.
They Who Belong To The Earth
International Magazine September 25, 2017
The Rohingya crisis is the legacy of accursed history—going back to Partition-era politics—and the fog of violence clouds the possibility of real solutions
General Peacenik?
International Magazine September 25, 2017
A Pakistani general and a dove? It would usually be an oxymoron. But AfPak, BRICS all set a new context.
Handshake Hurrah To Hawks
International Magazine September 18, 2017
Talks with China and the BRICS declaration on terror are promising. Coupled with Trump’s Afghan policy, it’s significant.
Gatekeepers’ Wild Fantasy
International Magazine September 11, 2017
A proposed US anti-immigrant bill puts in impossibly high barriers. Indians might be hit, but it isn’t law yet.
Laying BRICS On China Road
International Magazine September 11, 2017
Modi’s decision to attend the BRICS Summit helped defuse Doklam. It can be used as a platform for peace.
Dateline Xinadu
International Magazine August 28, 2017
The Sino-Indian border crisis is framed amidst colonial treaties, old nationalisms, new entitlements. The economic-military edge is with China, yet a conflict would hurt its ‘dream’ as much as ours. India is holding on, but the brink is a dangerous place to hold on to.
Towards A Strategic Vacuum
International Magazine August 21, 2017
Broadminded global politics did find proponents in the Indian subcontinent early last century. The country today is embracing hardline positions.
How Caged Birds Sing
International Magazine August 21, 2017
Holding fast to their beliefs, gaols didn’t daunt, death nor defamation deterred them. We recall them thus.
Dynasty Under Watch
International Magazine August 14, 2017
After Nawaz, PML-N has to walk a tightrope—hold on to power and keep the army quiet
Bowl Him A Chinaman
International Magazine August 07, 2017
And the Doklam impasse drags on. To resolve it, India will have to forge a new diplomatic flexibility.
Peace Just At Arm’s Length
International Magazine July 31, 2017
Resolving Doklam needs steady hands. Will Xi Jinping emulate the Mao of ’62, or show mature diplomacy?
The Lahori Gate Is Closed Still
International Magazine July 24, 2017
A decline in Nawaz Sharif’s political stocks means more army control. It bodes ill for talks with India.
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