In the Dalai Lama’s Shadow

Lhendup G Bhutia

Why Tibetans are worried and yet hopeful about the succession in Dharamsala

Asian Lessons

The changing relationship between the state and the marketplace

Caviar Capitalism

Since the Soviet Union collapsed, caviar has gone from being easily available to being less so; China has become its largest producer in the world; and luxury has gone from being all about global chic to local grunge

Kashmir: The End of Victimhood Politics

Article 370: Chronicle of a death foretold

Standing up to China-Pak Nexus

China’s strategy is to attack India’s weak points and stymie its rise to the extent possible. Beijing views the Indian portion of J&K as India’s Achilles Heel

From non-alignment to multi-alignment

Modi’s foreign policy is focused on a series of parallel relationships that strengthen bilateral partnerships and seek a common approach towards security, economic equity and the elimination of existential dangers like terrorism

The Myanmar Problem

The ambitious Kalandan Corridor project financed by New Delhi that links Myanmar and the Northeast is in peril. The current deadlock endangers Indian interests in the region and efforts to uplift the people of trouble-hit areas of the eastern neighbour

Mumbai Mouthful

Meditative portraits of a small business in a big city


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