The New Balance of Power

Brahma Chellaney

India will need to navigate the world’s emerging geopolitical divides

The World Has a Ball

We could learn something from football. Break the law and there will be a stern penalty. That keeps the game credible

The End of Putin’s Dream?

Why Russia is not a 21st century Sparta

The West Must Pay

The door to reparations for centuries of atrocities has been prised open

New Thinking

A brief history of the Indian MBA

India’s IPEF move builds strategic coalitions to counter China

New Delhi does not sign trade component but in sync on supply chains, clean energy

A Passage to the Company?

An encounter with the Kafkaesque British visa regime

China’s Poisoned Chalice

The Taiwan crisis could not have come at a worse time for Xi Jinping

Who Wants Salman Rushdie Killed?

Thirty-three years after the fatwa, the author of the Satanic Verses was grievously injured in an assassination attempt at a literary event in New York. The attack, by a 24-year-old man inspired by the forces unleashed by the late Ayatollah Khomeini, reminds the world how alive is the murderous fury of radical Islam against the freedom of ideas and imagination


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