S. Nihal Singh


Shifting sands

The explosive nature of thousands of pages of confidential notes on talks between Palestinians and Israelis over the past decade obtained by Al Jazeera Arabic channel, and shared with Guardian

America & autocrats of the Arab world

That West Asia is on boil is seldom news, but the convulsions that have shaken Tunisia compelling its President, Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, to flee the country for the present is a portent for a new pha

Long-lost friends

The main thrust of President Dmitry Medvedev’s India visit was to revive something of the warmth of old Indo-Soviet ties in a world that has changed beyond recognition since the two countries were vir

Life after the leaks

The avalanche of WikiLeaks, taken together with the revelations made in Bob Woodward’s Obama Wars, presents a striking parallel between the foreign policy approaches of Pakistan and North Korea. Although the situation in the two countries is not identical, both Islamabad and Pyongyang are employing similar techniques in extracting maximum concessions from the outside world because of their own vulnerabilities and capacity for mischief.

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