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Cold War

Open Diary

The Cold War and Mitrokhin revelations

Aligned but not Allied

India’s foreign policy has changed from a moralist stance to a more pragmatic one

Open Diary

The legacy of John Le Carre and the life of a political activist

Populism and ‘Covfefe’ Politics

What the word that shook the world tells about Donald Trump and his tribe

Thank God No Margarita for Modi

Skipping the NAM summit is Modi’s heroic effort to retrieve India from the last morasses of ideology

A Requiem for the Year of God and Fear

And still we cannot have an honest conversation on Islam

Olga Gray, Indian Comrades and Other Such Thrills

Why didn’t they fire poison darts at Nasser? The first book based on declassified British Intelligence is a romp through the secret chambers of the Cold War

The New War on Terror

It might last longer than the Cold War

In the Enemy’s Mind

During the Cold War, Edwin C May ran a secret psychic spying programme, known as Star Gate, for the US government. He recounts the project’s successes, as he sees them

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