Exiled in a Foreign Land

Ignored by all and sundry, the Chin refugees from Myanmar live lives of untold suffering and alienation here
Tripti Nath Delhi 

Brexit: Every cloud has a silver lining

The world is reeling from the effects of Britain’s vote to leave the EU, but India may be able to take advantage of the situation
Dhruba Basu Delhi 

Pied Piper Obama leads India nowhere

The Modi government’s efforts to cobble together a consensus for entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group were characterised by oversight, bluster and blind faith in the outgoing American president, and demonising China is not the solution
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Floating Cities:Is the future here already?

A group of marine biologists, nautical engineers and environmentalists supported by The Seasteading Institute plan on building the cities of future


No country for the Dark-Skinned

Prejudice and xenophobia are rampant in India
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Indo-Iran: A watershed moment

India’s Chabahar pact with Iran is historic, but it must not take it for granted
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Drawing Lines in the Sand: 100 Years of the Sykes-Picot Agreement and the Modern West Asia

The Sykes-Picot agreement changed the geopolitics of West Asia irrevocably
Melissa Cyrill

Trade With Iran a Risky Proposition: Ambassador Wallace

As Iran looks to rehabilitate itself on the world stage, there are many who believe that it will renege on its commitment to the p5+1 nuclear deal. Ambassador Wallace is one such sceptic
Special Correspondent Washington DC

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