Myanmar coup cauldron simmers

India, April 7 -- In his book, Coup d'Etat, Edward Luttwak says that the coup is a more widespread way of changing governments than elections. In Myanmar, it is the coup-maker, the military itself, wh... Read More

PM's Bangladesh visit will reinvigorate bond

India, March 24 -- Indisputably, Bangladesh has turned out to be the sheet anchor of India's "Neighbourhood First" policy, launchpad for "Act East" and Indo-Pacific strategy. Barring some issues over ... Read More

Pact price less than cost of strained ties

India, March 10 -- With five State elections planned over the next few months by accident or design, India might have hit a strategic sweet spot: Defusing its two-front standoff against China and Paki... Read More

Time to set our house in order

India, Feb. 10 -- China's pithy, almost dismissive, response to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar's connect between the border and bilateral ties has escaped notice. In reply to Jaishankar's mult... Read More

Arunachal intrusions a big cause for worry

India, Jan. 27 -- The ninth round of military commanders' dialogue last week - after an unusually long gap of nearly three months - confirmed the stalemate in east Ladakh, though a new commander who h... Read More

Opportunistic Oli?

India, Jan. 14 -- Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali is in New Delhi for the 6th Meeting of India-Nepal Joint Commission. The invitation was given before Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli , facing a revolt in... Read More