World

From Media to 'Modia'

Rupa Gulab

America is great again, despite Donald Trump. Media resistance in the face of an authoritarian regime is a heartening thing to see.

Middle East Crisis: Pawns in the New Great Game

The current claustrophobic squeeze imposed on Qatar is part of a larger game being played out between the coalitions led by Saudi Arabia and Iran
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Tehran's terror attack shakes the state National TV station more than the people

The attacks have stoked debates about the decision of Iranian national TV to restrict the coverage of the incident to a news-ticker at the bottom of the TV screen in place of live coverage and debate
Maryam Papi Tehran

The root of this crisis is Qatar’s Independent Foreign Policy: Expert

In an interview with Hardnews Foreign Policy, Birol Baskan, the Assistant Professor at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar, spoke about the causes of the diplomatic crisis and the possible outcomes of the embargo as it unfolds

“Any attacks in the future in Kabul will be entirely by the pro-Pakistan groups who want to create a new bogey — the ISIS bogey”

Hardnews Foreign Policy spoke with Anand Arni after the recent terror attacks in Kabul, which killed 120 people. The interview touched up the possible causes for the recent spurt in violence, the involvement of Pakistan and the complicated scenario unfolding in the war-torn country

Chronicles of Machu Picchu

In Peru the adventure lies in the breathtaking journey and not the destination
Sonali Ghosh Sen Delhi

‘Venezuelan protests scattered, isolated in nature’

JNU professor Abdul Nafey, who was recently in Caracas as part of an international gathering of intellectuals, denies that the ongoing crisis in Venezuela is a humanitarian crisis
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi

Panchen Lama: Missing Holy Man

When the Dalai Lama turns 82 in July, the world will again be reminded of the succession crisis that looms because of the abduction of the 11th Panchen Lama, Gedhun Nyima, by the Chinese
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi 

The Tibet, India and China Triangular Tangle

As India enters a period when a great economic expansion is most possible, it would be unwise for it to get involved in an expensive and debilitating international rivalry
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi 

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