The Unending Cycle of Terror

Rajeev Deshpande

Terrorist groups daily remind Pakistan of the terrible price its security personnel and civilians are paying

‘I write more with my ears than my eyes,’ says Mohsin Hamid

Mohsin Hamid’s new book upends the idea of racial categories. He speaks about why his novels are love stories

Dhruva Jaishankar says formal ties with Kabul unlikely in near future

The author-analyst is worried about the role of the Haqqani Network and others in launching attacks on Indians within Afghanistan

Taliban can’t ensure security to Indians keen on resuming Afghan projects: Christine Fair

C. Christine Fair, Professor Security Studies at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, in conversation with Ullekh NP

The Ball Swings India’s Way

New Delhi keeps away from the turmoil in Pakistan, preferring to watch from a distance the steady ebbing of Islamabad’s strategic clout

Dateline History

Tariq Ali reports from the fault lines of Afghanistan to make sense of its current trauma

Subverting the Narrative

The space for neutral journalism is shrinking

High Culture: The Stoned Age

The expanding landscape of drug abuse

Truth Goes Underground

Afghan journalists, especially women, narrate their everyday ordeal


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