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International Magazine November 27, 2017
Desert Dynasts
Formally founded in 1932, the journey of the House of Al Saud towards power began in the 18th century and was achieved two centuries later with European help, as Britain and France carved up West Asia after World War I
As Diagonals Reach Out To Four Corners
International Magazine November 20, 2017
China Checkers
The proposed four-nation Asia-Pacific quadrilateral has soft edges still. An expanding China can rest easy.
Flotsam In The Fog Of Denial
International Magazine November 13, 2017
Kanishka Tribulations
Canada’s so-called liberal edifice is built on the debris of AI Flight 182. Though most of the 329 dead were Canadians, Khalistani sympathies still haunt the country.
The Word Rang Out: ‘Brothers!’
International Magazine November 06, 2017
22 Anniversary
The source for alternative systems through Soviet reinventions, the Russian Revolution is now recalled with uneasy sufferance
What He said Was In The Past
International Magazine October 30, 2017
Trumped Up
Trump’s volte face on Pakistan startles India. But impetuosity apart, harder realities may have forced the presidential tweet.
Supervillain In Sin City
International Magazine October 16, 2017
Hand Of Terror
In the wake of its deadliest mass shooting, America once again confronts its unending cycle of gun violence
Mutter Needs More Courage
International Magazine October 09, 2017
Bitter Victory
Angela Merkel’s smaller victory means sterner challenges. Then there’s the AfD threat.
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.
International Magazine November 27, 2017
Formally founded in 1932, the journey of the House of Al Saud towards power began in the 18th century and was achieved two centuries later with European help, as Britain and France carved up West Asia after World War I
As Diagonals Reach Out To Four Corners
International Magazine November 20, 2017
The proposed four-nation Asia-Pacific quadrilateral has soft edges still. An expanding China can rest easy.
The Grasping Quicksand
International Magazine November 20, 2017
Mohammed bin Salman’s brutal power grab tramples tradition and pushes Saudi Arabia towards the abyss
Flotsam In The Fog Of Denial
International Magazine November 13, 2017
Canada’s so-called liberal edifice is built on the debris of AI Flight 182. Though most of the 329 dead were Canadians, Khalistani sympathies still haunt the country.
The Word Rang Out: ‘Brothers!’
International Magazine November 06, 2017
The source for alternative systems through Soviet reinventions, the Russian Revolution is now recalled with uneasy sufferance
Six Days That Created A Paradigm For Middle Earth
International Magazine November 06, 2017
The Six-Day War split and recast power centres in West Asia, shaped jehadism, consigned Palestinians to a harrowing fate and deepened Israel’s self-justificatory, racist paranoia
Brexit Was An Accident Waiting To Happen...
International Magazine November 06, 2017
Britain walking out of EU last year is only the climax of a jinxed sequence that began for the country in 1967
Bhutto’s Promise: An Idea Has No Funeral
International Magazine November 06, 2017
In 1967, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto launched a struggle for social justice when he founded the PPP. Whither his legacy?
Emma Woodhouse Is Your Friend
International Magazine November 06, 2017
On the 200th anniversary of her death, Jane Austen is as hugely influential as ever. Her tales are re-imagined in every new media.
What He said Was In The Past
International Magazine October 30, 2017
Trump’s volte face on Pakistan startles India. But impetuosity apart, harder realities may have forced the presidential tweet.
Prez Zuma’s West UP Connect
International Magazine October 30, 2017
Proximity to the Guptas brought the South African president under a cloud. But who are the Guptas?
Supervillain In Sin City
International Magazine October 16, 2017
In the wake of its deadliest mass shooting, America once again confronts its unending cycle of gun violence
Ain’t No Terrorist
International Magazine October 16, 2017
Caught between geo-politics and race, defining ‘terrorism’ is a slippery terrain
Mutter Needs More Courage
International Magazine October 09, 2017
Angela Merkel’s smaller victory means sterner challenges. Then there’s the AfD threat.
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.
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