Kanwal Sibal
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Former Foreign Secretary

POLITICS

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Why China cannot limit the Indo-US bonhomie

China would be foolish to think that it can place limits on India-US ties by creating border tensions intermittently as a dissuasive strategy.

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Why we need to be pragmatic with China

The stakes are huge in terms of national security and economic choices India must now make with greater clarity and realism than before.

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Why we need to guard India against China's proxies

China's proxies are propagating the absurd proposition that a package deal on the border would include India remaining neutral on US-China issues.

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Why our China policy needs a review

The existing structures of India-China ties are not working and give China the latitude to disrupt them when it wants.

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China must pay for its actions

China must be put in its place and now is the chance to do it.

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India is no country for Islamophobia

Without being secular themselves, Muslim leaders in the country constantly take shelter behind the secular Indian constitution to disgorge their communal bile.

VARIETY

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India has tackled coronavirus well

India's stature and Modi's leadership will get an enormous boost if India defeats this Wuhan virus with least damage.

VARIETY

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China and the Wuhan virus

Chinese ambassadors abroad have abandoned diplomatic decency by abusing and threatening those who dare associate the virus with China by name.

POLITICS

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Why the world should not meddle in India's internal affairs

The government has to fight on two fronts — against the internal lobbies ranged against it and the external lobbies as well, with both in symbiosis.

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How Trump handed over Afghanistan to the Taliban

Donald Trump admitted publicly that the Taliban could well take over power in Afghanistan, arguing that the United States cannot be there for another 20 years.