Desperado Pak

Desperado Pak

India should be prepared to rebuff hostilities on the western border, warns N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Ahoy! Iceberg ahead

Ahoy! Iceberg ahead

Manmohan Singh is wrecking Indo-US relations by forcing the Nuclear Liability Bill through Parliament, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Pakistan vs the world...

Pakistan vs the world...

The attempted New York City bombing points once again to the dangers of a terroristic and militarized Pakistani state, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Who dares wins..

Who dares wins..

It's time for a course correction on Iran, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Killer bug

Killer bug

Political snooping has impaired the anti-terror war, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

The looming crisis

The looming crisis

The US-China-Pakistan triangle portends new troubles for India, analyzes N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Trouble at home..

Trouble at home..

Without internal political unity, India's rise will be affected, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Pak nukes & terrorists

Pak nukes & terrorists

India may have to revisit its 2003 nuclear doctrine soon, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Out of touch

Out of touch

Obsessed with IPL, the government is slipping up on critical national and international issues, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Let go

Let go

The PM is making a hash of relations with China, writes N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

We are to blame

We are to blame

India's nukes have attracted unwanted US attention thanks to the PM, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Against the people?

Against the people?

Manmohan Singh and P.Chidambaram lead a new politics that scorns public opinion, writes N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Window of vulnerability

Window of vulnerability

The Obama-Manmohan meeting won't cease the decline in Indo-US relations, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

After Dantewada

After Dantewada

The cure to Maoism lies in a political solution and not military action, insists N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Dealing with the Chinese

Dealing with the Chinese

On hacking and other bilateral disputes, it is best that India adopts terms of pragmatic realism with China, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

The Ayatollah syndrome

The Ayatollah syndrome

The pro-US tilt of the Manmohan Singh government should be corrected before it is too late, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

The Headley scandal

The Headley scandal

This should be a lesson to Manmohan Singh that the US can never be India's "natural ally", says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Needed: A grand strategy.

Needed: A grand strategy.

The government should bring together India's best minds to plot its rise, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Handle with care

Handle with care

India is moving into uncharted territory in Afghanistan, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Fixing Pakistan

Fixing Pakistan

The United States has a solution in hand to eradicate Pakistani terrorism from South Asia, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

The big qualifier

The big qualifier

The US withdrawal from Afghanistan gives India one opportunity to plot its rise to be a major power, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

No allies

No allies

Playing Russia against the US won't bear fruit for India, warns N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Old friends, new beginning

Old friends, new beginning

India-Russia relations will deepen because of considerable mutual gains, says Gautam Sen.... Continue Reading »

Friends of sorts

Friends of sorts

Because India won't advance American strategic goals unless it assists it, Indo-US relations will always be limited, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Interrogating the PM

Interrogating the PM

In self-interest, the Congress party must ask tough questions of Manmohan Singh on his foreign-policy initiatives, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »