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Hillary Clinton

Populism Is Back. But Does It Make For Good Economics Or Bad?

Dec 14, 2016 Zia Haq

In India, populist politics is a mode of government. Its masses need to be pleased all the time

Donald Trump Wins The US Presidential Poll

Nov 09, 2016 Outlook Bureau

The Republican Candidate Almost Cruised Through Counting With Clinton Lagging Behind Consistently


US Presidential Elections- Why Some US States Like Trump's Tantrums

The Diatribes Of The Republican Nominee May Hurt The Party Now, And In The Long Run

Whose Finger Do You Want On The Nuke Button?

Nov 07, 2016 Michael T. Klare

It could trigger off a fresh round in the long-dormant Cold War nuclear arms race.


Indian IT Industry's Choice Of American President

None of the presidential candidates have been much vocal about what they are going to do about the whole Import/Outsource scenario

18 October, 2016

Hope Riding A Sinking Donald

Rebecca Gordon

It's as if the possibility that we can sometimes push our country to do something right, that our side can sometimes win, seems to rattle us.


12 October, 2016

Why Hillary Clinton Would Be Good For India

Sumit Kumar Jha

It can be hoped that she would take necessary steps to ease the process of the H1B visa applications for Indians


27 September, 2016

When Crowd Turned Their Backs On Clinton

The first presidential debate saw hundreds of youngsters turning their backs on Hillary Clinton- to take selfie


22 August, 2016

Is Clinton Culpable For ISIS In Iraq?

Jeff Gerth

Scaling back civilian assistance to Iraq, Clinton's aides cut aggressively and sometimes unwisely


09 June, 2016

The Sins Of Liberalism

Steve Fraser

An extract from Steve Fraser's book on the end of the age of acquiescence and the rise of the populist right in America.


12 May, 2016

Short American Affair

Prachi Pinglay-Plumber

When you ask people about Trump, it seems the general mood is against him and his outrageous statements have shocked many.


05 May, 2016

A Memorandum to Clinton & Trump

Jeffrey E. Garten

How the next president can prepare for a new global economy, crafting policies so workers can anticipate trends and adjust to new technologies


14 October, 2015
Sen. Bernie Sanders, of Vermont and Hillary Rodham Clinton during the Democratic presidential debate.

Why Clinton Stole The First Debate

Pietro Reviglio

She managed to capitalise on her dominant position in a very polished and elegant way, demonstrating great political skills.


14 September, 2012

'Violence In Response To Speech Is Not Acceptable''

Hillary Clinton

'To us, to me personally, this video is disgusting and reprehensible...We do not stop individual citizens from expressing their views no matter how distasteful they may be'


03 July, 2012

' We Are Sorry...'

Hillary Clinton

'...for The losses suffered by the Pakistani military,' says the US secretary of state, as Pakistan agrees to reopen ground supply lines (GLOC) into Afghanistan


05 June, 2012

No Light In Sight

B. Raman

Tibetans are increasingly frustrated by what they perceive as the ambivalent attitude of President Barack Obama


09 December, 2011

The Dictator's Dilemma

Hillary Clinton

'While we meet to talk about how to keep the internet open, unfortunately some countries are pulling very hard in the opposite direction, they are trying to erect walls between different activities online'


06 December, 2011

Opening Up Myanmar

B. Raman

Two concrete indicators of forward movement after Hillary Clinton's visit to Myanmar are the decision to re-establish full-fledged diplomatic relations at the Ambassadorial level and a token grant of US $ 1.2 million for health care and micro-credit


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BJP workers celebrate the birthday of Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah, in Bhopal.

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President Ram Nath Kovind and First Lady Savita Kovind being presented a memento by Bihar Minister Shahnawaz Hussain during their visit to Khadi Mall in Patna.

PTI Photo

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi with Gujarat PCC leaders during a meeting, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo

Lava flows from a volcano destroying houses at La Laguna neighbourhood on the Canary island of La Palma, Spain. A second tongue of lava is expected to reach the Atlantic today and release more toxic gases into the...

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President Ram Nath Kovind pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi during his visit to Khadi Mall in Patna.

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