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K C Singh

K.C. Singh | Tokyo’s message: Quad is here to stay, maybe grow

The Tokyo summit was the second in-person meeting of the four leaders

26 May 2022 12:30 AM

K.C. Singh | Sri Lanka, India & China: The Great Game resumes

India has a great opportunity to rebuild its hold on maritime neighbourhood, when the Opposition has begun an anti-India chant in Maldives

17 May 2022 12:49 AM

K.C. Singh | Trade & Ukraine: Modi’s fine balance in Europe

Joint statements broadly indicate the mutually perceived vision of future relations

10 May 2022 12:35 AM

K.C. Singh | Big sigh of relief for Europe: Will India find own Macron?

President Macron won by a fairly comfortable margin of 58.2 per cent to 41.8 per cent for Ms Le Pen

27 Apr 2022 12:26 AM

K C Singh | Army, Sharifs start anew as Imran’s govt implodes

The Pakistan Army was always closer to Shehbaz Sharif than his older brother Nawaz

12 Apr 2022 12:50 AM


K.C. Singh | Chaos or transition? The path ahead for Pakistan

It had been speculated for months that relations had soured between the Pakistan Army and its favourite politician Imran Khan

05 Apr 2022 12:58 AM

K.C. Singh | Amid Beijing’s overtures, Delhi needs to stand firm

Chinese President Xi Jinping has just six months left for the Communist Party’s quinquennial national conference

27 Mar 2022 11:21 PM

K.C. Singh | After dragging its feet, fence-sitting on Ukraine, India needs a gameplan

The Narendra Modi government must, as the Americans say, put their money where their mouth is

03 Mar 2022 6:49 AM

K.C. Singh | Ukraine crisis poses a big challenge for India, world

The question then arises as to what does Mr Putin wish to achieve

22 Feb 2022 2:17 AM

K.C. Singh | To tackle Pak and China, India must divide & win

The question that arises is whether India too has a plan, beyond myth-making and reactive diplomacy

08 Feb 2022 1:26 AM


K.C. Singh | How absolutist policy can make a nation less secure

Taking the cue from Jia, one needs to ask whether viewing the region through the prism of 'absolute national security' is any longer useful?

24 Jan 2022 11:47 PM

K.C. Singh | Global friction, Omicron: Challenges for govt rising

According to several experts, being exposed to Omicron builds up antibodies that counter the Delta or other past strains

04 Jan 2022 3:22 AM

K.C. Singh | As major powers jostle, world to face instability

Early this year, the foreign ministers of India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the US met in Israel to christen a new West Asian Quad

21 Dec 2021 1:58 AM

K.C Singh | Biden ‘red lines’ welcome in global democracy push

A debate among political scientists has been persisting for some time over the state of democracies globally

07 Dec 2021 2:17 AM

K.C. Singh | Diverse dilemmas: Power for Modi, economy for Xi

Controversy again arose about Chinese disturbance of the status quo at the 3,488 kilometre-long Line of Actual Control

22 Nov 2021 2:46 AM


K.C. Singh | Tackling Taliban-run Af: Difficult path lies ahead

Eight nations issued a joint Delhi Declaration, with twelve sub paras stressing, recalling, condemning or emphasising the salient issues

12 Nov 2021 3:07 AM

K.C. Singh | Can India change, make its policies climate-friendly?

But the United States, the European Union and China renounced the overseas funding of coal-related projects

03 Nov 2021 12:39 AM

K.C. Singh | Amid China power games, stop divisiveness at home

The diplomatic jostling has increased between India and China after the in-person Quad summit hosted by US President Joe Biden in September

19 Oct 2021 1:25 AM

K.C. Singh | Modi had good visit to US, but sticking points remain

Most interesting of all was the great emphasis by the Prime Minister on democracy

27 Sep 2021 2:13 AM

K.C. Singh | Taliban-Pak nexus poses new challenges for India

Lurking unseen has been Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), which was planning and guiding the Taliban advance

09 Sep 2021 11:47 PM