national security

The Myanmar Problem

C Christine Fair

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

The Israeli Connection

There is more to Balakot than the numbers

‘Pulwama attack and India’s response not indefinite substitute for all other issues voters care about’

Gilles Verniers, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Ashoka University and co-director at its Trivedi Centre for Political Data, spoke to Executive Editor Ullekh NP on dominant ideas in India's 2019 election campaign

The Longest Night of Mumbai

Embers still burn within the survivors

The Truth About Rafale: A Controversy Unravelled

Is it a conspiracy by politicians and rival defence contractors?

Death in the Evening

The dreams of two young men from adjacent villages on either side of the Telangana-Chhattisgarh border ended in tragedy. Rahul Pandita reports from Bhadrachalam

Female Fury

Militancy as a gender study

The Doval Doctrine: Never Say Never Again

India’s National Security Adviser may be playing the diplomat with China, but it is his muscular approach to threats that makes him effective

When Modi Comes to Zion

Modi joins Israel in realising that the Palestinian struggle today is more Islamic than nationalistic 

Modi Embraces History in Israel

India chooses its partner of the future as an anxious Middle East watches


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