London lessons

London lessons

A democracy should be intolerant of police high-handedness, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Fast forward

Fast forward

India has rapidly to review its strategic options in a changing world, writes Gautam Sen.... Continue Reading »

Failed leadership

Failed leadership

India is courting danger by putting all its eggs in the US basket, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Mirage of peace

Mirage of peace

Root for scarce more than a good cricket match in Mohali, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Check US-bashing

Check US-bashing

Punish the UPA for corruption, but beware the downside of uncontrolled anti-Americanism, warns N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

An American PM

An American PM

The US has managed Manmohan Singh better than his predecessors because of his peculiar prime-ministership, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Beyond redemption

Beyond redemption

The Raymond Davis affair could disengage the US from Af-Pak faster than it had planned for, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

"Fools rush in...."

Silence is often golden in foreign affairs, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Dealing with failure

Dealing with failure

China's worldwide interests cannot be protected by its "peaceful rise" mantra when things go wrong, says Ramtanu Maitra.... Continue Reading »

No triangulation

No triangulation

India is too independent to play anyone's game against China, says N.V.Subramanian, but it can be a formidable foe.... Continue Reading »

Changing minds

Changing minds

India has to think clearly and big in its new Afghan initiative with the US, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

To the drawing board

To the drawing board

India's rise hinges on the Congress party's compatibility with its government and flexibility with the opposition, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

No bhai-bhai

No bhai-bhai

The political will to counter China must be exhibited as Wen Jiabao comes visiting, says N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

Gaining from Wikileaks

Gaining from Wikileaks

More than ever, India must focus on its peaceful rise to counter challenges from China and Pakistan, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Pax Indica

Pax Indica

India's peaceful rise deserves more focus and attention currently than gaining UNSC power, writes N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

India's Burma test

India's Burma test

Aung San Suu Kyi's release grows pressure on the Manmohan Singh government to resolve the Burmese crisis and prove its worthiness as a big power, says N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

India consensus

India consensus

The Obama visit showcases the growing Indian power to influence great powers like the US, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Beyond Obama

Beyond Obama

India should not put all its eggs in the basket of the US president, says N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

Headed for the ditch

Headed for the ditch

Because of his perceived weakness and powerlessness, the United States and China are scorning Manmohan Singh, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

History & Manmohan Singh

History & Manmohan Singh

India most certainly needs a new prime minister, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Creative disengagement

Creative disengagement

Af-Pak should dominate Manmohan-Obama talks in November and not Kashmir, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

The Kayani riddle

The Kayani riddle

Everything about America's Pakistan policy that hurts India is there to see in the service extension given to the Pakistani army chief, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

"Bunch of jokers"

The past comes to haunt Manmohan Singh in the present, says N.V.Subramanian. ... Continue Reading »

A matter of survival

A matter of survival

The Congress party has nil future if it cannot deliver cheap foods soon, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »

Rhetoric vs reality

Rhetoric vs reality

Expect little from the Obama administration for India, says N.V.Subramanian.... Continue Reading »