Amna Mirza
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The author is assistant professor of political studies at University of Delhi. She is also an avid traveller and a voracious reader.

VARIETY

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POLITICS

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India must forge deeper ties with ASEAN nations to counter China in Indian Ocean

New Delhi needs to shore up greater support given that the challenge from Beijing is growing increasingly formidable.

VOICES

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Can India Inc speak up against hate like Silicon Valley has done against social issues?

Distribution and exchange of commodities are the first to be disturbed when business environments are marred by chaos and conformism.

POLITICS

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Decoding Charlottesville: Politics of hate will exact a cost

Donald Trump’s equivocation in the aftermath of the Virginia rally has only emboldened the white supremacists.

POLITICS

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India and China must mend ties for the greater good

Relations between the two Asian giants are becoming a topic of debate with increasing risk of aggression on the border.

POLITICS

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Donald Trump’s Cuba restrictions are a step back for America

Will the US act to put an embargo on Kazakhstan or Egypt or Saudi Arabia also?

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Trump, trumpet and trade: The worries of deglobalisation

The pressures of a competitive international environment cannot be evaded by raising barriers.

POLITICS

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America drops 'Mother of all Bombs' on Afghanistan: When impulse overtook reason

Let's all deliberate to save the world from receding into a dangerous arena.

VOICES

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Why holding simultaneous Union and state elections is a bad idea

What are central leaders doing as star campaigners in state/local bodies polls? They should focus on governance instead.