Donald Trump’s public run-in with the US intelligence community bodes ill for the future
The bogeys in Trump’s rants—Hispanics, Muslims and Blacks— await his time with apprehension
The story of spices is the story of temptation—and human civilisation’s rise and fall. A string of fabled, fragrant islands forms its kernel.
Global traits of the populist Right suggest how liberals can take it on
The Asia Pacific’s future hinges on nuanced Chinese strategy and the unknown factors of a Trump presidency
Geopolitical commentator Robert D. Kaplan on how US policy is likely to play out vis-a-vis other key international players under the Trump presidency...
The Indian Ocean is situated in our consciousness either in the distant past or the future. We need to shed the amnesia on its recent history.
With a brawnier navy, the new US President will take a more forceful approach to America’s ‘balancing’ mission in Eurasia
How Japan plans to keep its seas open and free, with more than just American help
An Australian perspective on strategic developments in the Indo-Pacific
The ‘Indo-Pacific’ will be the theatre of this century’s biggest world rivalry
Gen Bajwa may be less of a military triumphalist, but, with his limited manoeuvrability before Islamists, he’ll continue to clean his yard and pet the useful jehadis.
As the Russia bogey grips America, Trump slams the latest charges and names a close Putin friend his top diplomat
Indians on H-1B visas in the US are a target for the new president’s warped nationalism. Or is his bark worse than his bite?
Rahul’s attacks on Modi become fierce, frequent. The latest, though, has somewhat unnerved BJP.
There is trepidation post Uri attack, yet this LoC village clings on to link India-Pak trade
The ripples from Trump’s apparent violation of the ‘One China’ policy can reach India
Ironclad conservatives of the darkest shades, with a collective net worth of $35 billion, will fill up the Trump cabinet
Post-unrest, the Kashmiri ‘mainstream’ is courting Pakistan to recover lost ground
Why Gen Bajwa at the helm will change nothing on the ground
Despite India’s threat of retributory action, Pakistan confirms Sartaj Aziz’s presence at the Heart of Asia meet
Held aloft by the market, the age of individualism and the movement of history, liberalism was to inherit the world. What fatal, elitist hubris!
If the poor, the underprivileged and the jobless have abandoned the liberals then it is not because the poor have become conservative but it is because the liberals have become something else.
US’s European and Asian allies have solid concerns, but for India, a Trump presidency can hold many benefits