Book Review: Modi’s Foreign Policy

By Ayanangsha Maitra Authors: Reeta Chowdhari Tremblay, Ashok Kapur | Publisher: SAGE Publications, 2017, pp. 256 | Price: Rs 608 | Available on Amazon An Indian Prime Minister has always been the Minister-at-large of External Affairs. Even though there is a close-knit group for foreign policy making, the leadership style of the head of the […]

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Sri Lanka: Inexcusable Negligence

By Dr Ajai Sahni Rarely in the annals of terrorism is there a case where a group with virtually no known terrorist antecedents and, at worst, a marginal presence within the domestic conflict dynamic, bursts out into the open with a catastrophic act of terror comparable to the serial bombings on Easter Sunday in Sri […]

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Why J&K, and New Approach to Terrorism will Remain a Key Political Issue

By Arun Jaitley During the course of election campaign, whenever issues relating to the terror attack at Pulwama and the Air Strikes at Balakot are raised, India’s Opposition is on the back-foot. Why are national security and terrorism related issues being made into subject matters of electoral debate? This is a question they raise. India’s […]

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J&K: The Intimacy of Killing

By Dr. Ajai Sahni The cold blooded execution of a 25 year old woman, Ishrat Muneer, in Pulwama on January 31, 2019, and the posting of a video of the act on social media, has evoked horror and revulsion everywhere. This is the third incident in which such gruesome executions have been recorded and circulated […]

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