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China: The Great Wall of Hubris

Frank Dikötter

How China suppresses even the faintest stirrings of an open society

Towards A More Equal Society

Lessons from seventy-five years of successful grassroots intervention

The Omens for Liz Truss

The writer, a former Downing Street insider, examines the challenges facing Britain’s new prime minister

Letter to the Creditor

Ghulam Nabi Azad means well but his rebellion is past its sell-by date

The Good Orientalists

India would be a poorer place without the work of British archaeologists

Ukraine War: How the West Shot Itself in the Foot

Sanctions are hurting its own economies without stopping Russia’s war machine

The Boomerang War

How Vladimir Putin has exploited the liberal disorder and survived the sanctions

Mahabharata: Eternally Epic

The enduring meaning and mystique of the Mahabharata

An Opportunity in the Gyanvapi Dispute

The righting of historical wrongs prevents the past from compromising the future

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