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Geostrategy 101: Understanding the new normal

Following its retreat from Afghanistan, has the US hauled itself back to the centre of the geostrategic world? A new book argues it has but warns India not to give up its status as a 'Swing State''

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Negotiating the New Normal: How India Must Grow in a Pandemic-Ridden World

Ishaan Gera
Negotiating the New Normal: How India Must Grow in a Pandemic-Ridden World
Author: Saurav Jha
Publisher: Hachette India
Pages: 408
Price: Rs 699

In 1534, the king of England famously pushed for an Act of Supremacy that made him the head of the Church of England. The move was intended to break away from Rome, the seat of the Roman Catholic Church at that time. Henry VIII wanted a male heir, and the Pope would not allow him to dissolve his marriage with his first wife, and that breach changed the fortunes of Europe in profound ways afterwards. Such breakaways were easier in the past.

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First Published: Oct 20 2022 | 9:53 PM IST

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