The Mythmaker’s Last War

S Prasannarajan

Putin is not an accidental autocrat and a historian explains why

War and Pause

Russia’s reverses in Ukraine are a warning for Chinese military designs and a test for Indian foreign policy

The Triumphs and Laments of Mikhail Gorbachev

He was the choreographer of his own retreat in the larger drama of liberation

Mikhail Gorbachev: The 20th Century’s Last Hero

To say he did not understand the Soviet Union is to misjudge the man who saved the world

In a relief to Indian students, Ukraine holds convocation in Delhi, awards more than 500 MD certificates

These students had to flee Ukraine after their final-year exams in March because of the war with Russia

Ukraine War: How the West Shot Itself in the Foot

Sanctions are hurting its own economies without stopping Russia’s war machine

Private Singer

When Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai was asked to sing a song

A Fine Balance

Ukraine and neutrality in Europe

Heavy Mettle

India’s geopolitical options have expanded despite Ukraine

Steven Pinker criticises the Pope over comments on NATO

The Harvard academic adds that India’s future will depend on the strength of its multi-ethnic character


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