Unquiet front

Unquiet front

Be warned against a Sino-Pak joint offensive, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Cheer the spooks

Cheer the spooks

The Wikileaks signify that IB's obstructiveness towards the US saved India from worse, analyses N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

In US footsteps

In US footsteps

India shockingly passed up an opportunity in the IAEA to confront the China-Pak nuclear deal, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Check the PM

Check the PM

Under Manmohan Singh, India risks becoming a US cheerleader in the UN Security Council, warns N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

Leopard spots

Leopard spots

Learn from the Raymond Davis affair that it is perilous to engage Pakistan, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Programmed for disaster

Programmed for disaster

Given Pakistan's evil past, India is extraordinarily naive to engage it again, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Tamasha at Thimpu

Tamasha at Thimpu

Managing Pakistan's failure and denuking it should preoccupy India most, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

...let die

...let die

India should keep its hands clean as Pakistan sinks, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Divided leadership

Divided leadership

Gag the home secretary, Gopal Pillai, urges N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Managing the dragon

Managing the dragon

India must pursue multiple courses to counter an assertive China, says N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

The coming conflict

The coming conflict

The US and Iran may pump up the Af-Pak terrorists to meet their own narrow ends, further destroying Pakistan, says N.V.Subramanian. India beware.... Continue Reading »

NFU games

NFU games

In line with its new assertiveness, China will abandon its no-first-use policy, says N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

India in China's gunsights

India in China's gunsights

Pakistani terrorists may attack an Indian city to provoke a war with Chinese complicity, analyses Gautam Sen. ... Continue Reading »

Games nations play

Games nations play

Wikileaks is changing the rules of diplomatic engagement, and India must embrace them, says N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

India in Tajikistan

India in Tajikistan

Gaining control of Ayni airbase serves Indian interests vis-a-vis Afghanistan and Pakistan, argues Ramtanu Maitra.... Continue Reading »

US's Pak conundrum

US's Pak conundrum

Barack Obama was neither forthright nor honest during his India visit, says Ramtanu Maitra.... Continue Reading »

The reforming of Pakistan

The reforming of Pakistan

Barack Obama could salvage his presidency by containing Pakistani terrorism with India's assistance, says N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

The Obama bargain

The Obama bargain

To counter emerging Pakistani and Chinese threats, India must make the most of the US president's November state visit, says N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

Actions count, not words

Actions count, not words

Apropos China, India is repeating Nehru's blunder of angry rhetoric sans total military preparedness, says N.V.Subramanian... Continue Reading »

Taming the dragon

Taming the dragon

Manmohan Singh and Barack Obama should discuss about democratizing China when they meet in New Delhi in November, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Ending Pakistan's menace

Ending Pakistan's menace

The Pakistani blockading of war supplies to US troops in Afghanistan exposes the real enemy, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

A bigger prize

A bigger prize

India will gain UNSC permanent membership only when it emerges an authentic great power, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Zardari vs army

Zardari vs army

More and not less democracy is the solution to Pakistan's existential crisis, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

The 1962 moment

The 1962 moment

India must not permit China to misread the CWG disaster and shame for strategic unpreparedness, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Enemy at the gates..

Enemy at the gates..

J and K's vulnerability grows as the US fails in Afghanistan, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »