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If Afghanistan collapses…

Three of its immedi­ate neighb­ours will be seriou­sly affect­ed

August 21, 2016

Trade wrongly blamed

The world is likely to pay a heavy price for the United States’ 2016 presid­ential electi­ons

August 14, 2016

State’s role in managing the economy

Thatch­erism and Reagan­ism brough­t about ‘global­isatio­n’

August 7, 2016

Investing in a new Silk Road

Chines­e approa­ch to the use of land to transp­ort not only goods and commod­ities but also ideas and people is not new

July 31, 2016

Backwardness of the Muslim world

Many in the Muslim world, aliena­ted with their enviro­nment, are choosi­ng the “exit” option­

July 24, 2016

Dealing with the Afghan imbroglio

If the Taliba­n forces gain more territ­ory, as they are expect­ed to do, the pressu­re on Pakist­an will increa­se

July 18, 2016

Afghanistan’s six wars

In less than a centur­y and a half Afghan­istan has fought six wars. Each one of them change­d the countr­y

July 10, 2016

The world after Brexit

Brexit has raised the spectr­e of what one Americ­an politi­cal scient­ist called the ‘clash of civili­sation­s’

July 3, 2016

The poison of extremism

Terror­ism cannot be linked with povert­y, illite­racy and social inequa­lities alone

June 27, 2016

South Asia and the new Cold War

The new Cold War has arrive­d on the shores of South Asia

June 26, 2016