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April 04, 2018, Wednesday | Beyond Business
One chapter in the book focuses on how Pakistan acquired nuclear deterrent; it then proceeds to explain Pakistan's proliferation links with Iran, Libya, North Korea
January 27, 2018, Saturday | Current Affairs
The proposition forwarded in this book is intriguing but the editors may be overstating the case
October 03, 2016, Monday | Beyond Business
Not War, Not Peace? is a vital read for anyone interested in the protracted India-Pakistan conflict
May 20, 2015, Wednesday | Beyond Business
Rarely did the left-wing Praja Socialist Party (PSP), the Hindu nationalist Bhartiya Jana Sangh (BJS), and the liberal Swatantra Party ever find common ground throughout their existence. Fewer still were occasions when the survival of the Indian ...
January 14, 2015, Wednesday | Beyond Business
Russia is at the forefront of geostrategic power shifts again. After witnessing impressive economic growth over the past 15 years, the Russian rouble has seen a dramatic fall, fuelling fears of a deep recession. This decline can be attributed to ...
October 22, 2014, Wednesday | Beyond Business
India's Afghan Muddle is set against the backdrop of the imminent withdrawal of United States forces in Afghanistan and attempts to highlight India's options in the emergent geopolitical scenarios in the region. The author, a professor of ...
July 22, 2014, Tuesday | Opinion
The Permanent Court of Arbitration verdict on the India-Bangladesh maritime dispute, which largely upholds the Bangladeshi claim, has important lessons for India's Saarc policy
July 19, 2014, Saturday | Beyond Business
Part ethnographic account, part historical narrative, this work analyses the problems that have consistently plagued this ethnic group
May 17, 2014, Saturday | Specials
Tibet: An Unfinished Story offers a sympathetic Western perspective on Tibet