World

‘Brazil is back in the Game’

Sanjay Kapoor

As Brazil reels under a political crisis, Ambassador Tovar da Silva Nunes speaks to Hardnews about the current situation in the country and the scope and depth of the relationship it shares with India
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

‘Turkey still recovering from last year’s coup attempt’

Shalini Sharma

Recounting the one-year period that has passed since the coup attempt took place, the Turkish Ambassador said that 300 institutions that had been shut down have been reopened and lauded India’s decision to stand by Turkey at the time
Shalini Sharma Delhi

The Devil’s Disciples

Intolerance and bigotry on Pakistan’s campuses are symptoms of a deeper malaise – authoritarianism, disrespect for knowledge and disdain for free thought and inquiry
Pervez Hoodbhoy Newsline

The life and times of Ebie Ebrahim

Before the release of Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim’s memoir, a small booklet provides insights into the fearless life of the Africa National Congress revolutionary leader of Indian origin, son of a Gujarati migrant, who devoted his life to the cause of freeing South Africa from the clutches of a cruel, racist regime

Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

What should Qatar do?

The list of demands sent to Qatar is steep, but there needs to be a negotiated outcome, this situation, even if it doesn’t escalate to a full-scale blockade or even any kind of military clash, is going to hurt stability in the region
Gustavo de Aristegui 

Trump’s Muddled Asia policy

Nikhil Thiyyar

Washington is increasingly conveying mixed signals regarding how it wants to deal with the foreign policy challenges in the Korean peninsula. The results are not pretty
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi 

Riyadh’s long arm in Afghanistan

The latest blast in Kabul is but another ominous sign of the Saudi-Pakistani game plan underway in Afghanistan 
Shrinivas S Sohoni Delhi

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

Sanjay Kapoor

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

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