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Sreeram Chaulia

Can democracy still deliver in a restless world?

Extreme economic inequality and insecurity for the have-nots have compounded the anger against the unaccountable “democratic” order.

18 Sep 2018 12:05 AM

Israel, at 70, remains a restless warrior

Israel’s biggest diplomatic breakthrough happened when Egypt, once a mortal enemy and leader of the anti-Israel Arab coalition, recognised it in 1978.

15 May 2018 1:41 AM

The ex-KGB spymaster who’s tamed the West

Mr Putin has outlasted three American Presidents and is likely to stay on even after Mr Trump departs.

20 Mar 2018 5:52 AM

Decoding India’s China threat

China’s military buildup and manoeuvres along the McMahon Line started as early as 1959.

25 Feb 2018 2:00 AM

Koreas’ Olympic thaw: Dreams of peace rise

The Olympics thaw could fizzle out as the structural underpinnings of the geopolitical crisis over the Korean peninsula are unchanged.

06 Feb 2018 1:22 AM

New global order takes shape, instability looms

The “globalisation 2.0”, which China claims to be spearheading, is detrimental to human rights, environmental protection and democracy.

08 Jan 2018 2:02 AM

The importance of being Iran

The congratulation and self-vindication in Iran at the fall of IS’ Caliphate were second to none and deservingly so.

12 Dec 2017 4:48 AM

Quad will help secure Indo-Pacific region

The last time these four democratic countries had entered into a huddle and conducted joint naval exercises was in 2007.

14 Nov 2017 2:09 AM

For Saudi women, a long way still to go

In foreign policy, Saudi Arabia finds its proxies near total defeat and its Syrian war strategy in shambles.

03 Oct 2017 12:20 AM

Spanish lessons

As ISIS has trademarked self-radicalised do-it-yourself jihad, it places maximum emphasis on drilling Islamist passion and commitment.

22 Aug 2017 3:49 AM