Tridivesh Singh Maini
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The writer is a New Delhi-based policy analyst associated with Jindal School of International Affairs, Sonipat.

POLITICS

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The many problems with Captain Amarinder Singh’s ‘war on drugs’

There are apprehensions that the CM is cut off from ground realities, and also that the ‘big fish’ will go scot-free.

VARIETY

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POLITICS

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What India and China can do to build bridges

New Delhi cannot restrict itself to anyone camp and should try to harness opportunities, as and when they arise.

POLITICS

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Why Trump's Asia foreign policy is deeply unsettling

The US president is unfortunately running the US like a business enterprise.

POLITICS

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Why India has had to rethink its China policy

The Modi government has realised that the narrative with regard to boycott of Chinese goods was not a pragmatic decision.

POLITICS

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Trump altering stance on TPP has grave implications

America will be the bigger loser, and China could end up being the biggest beneficiary.

POLITICS

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Why Congress should refrain from becoming a poor clone of BJP 

Bid to ape the saffron party on social and national security issues, is not a great idea.

POLITICS

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With Pakistan reluctant, India has much to gain from Amritsar-Kabul air corridor

For long Punjab has sought to benefit from bilateral trade with the hostile neighbour but in the short-term is doesn’t seem possible.

POLITICS

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Why India's foreign policy should look beyond Chinese interests

For the fourth time, China has refused to support India on banning the JeM chief at UN.

VARIETY

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China has lessons for India in reducing regional disparities

Prosperous provinces in China extend financial help as well as advice to the less developed regions.