Articles By Prakash Nanda

Taiwan's courtship with India-II

Taiwan's courtship with India-II

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Book Excerpt: Rising India | Date: 07 Dec , 2010

Major Advantages: First, given the importance of China in Indian foreign policy, Indian policy makers, foreign policy analysts and think tanks must understand Beijing well. This is particularly...

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Taiwan's courtship with India-I

Taiwan's courtship with India-I

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Book Excerpt: Rising India | Date: 06 Dec , 2010

Ever since the communists under the late Mao Tse-tung forced the then Chinese President Chiang Kai-shek in 1949 to flee to Taiwan, the situation across the Taiwan straits that separate Mainland...

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WikiLeaks and India

WikiLeaks and India

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 03 Dec , 2010

WikiLeaks has done it again. The whistle-blowing website has just published hundreds of thousands of confidential State Department cables. These communications apparently reveal the details of...

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Nepal Policy A Monumental Blunder?

Nepal Policy A Monumental Blunder?

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Vol 22.2 Apr-Jun 2007 | Date: 24 Nov , 2010

Any dispassionate analysis of the current situation in Nepal will deal with some uncomfortable questions. It seems that the Indian government has not dealt with these questions properly. By...

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Limitations of Russia-India-China triangle

Limitations of Russia-India-China triangle

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 24 Nov , 2010

Foreign Ministers of Russia, India and China (RIC) on Nov 15 held their 10th trilateral at the Chinese city Wuhan to discuss a host of regional and international issues like counter-terrorism,...

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Anti-India mindset entrenched in Pakistan

Anti-India mindset entrenched in Pakistan

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 17 Nov , 2010

New Delhi, India – If a recent report in the leading U.S. daily The Wall Street Journal is to be believed, the Obama administration is to intensify efforts to make India resolve its tensions...

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Maoist Warriors: More than foot soldiers

Maoist Warriors: More than foot soldiers

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 05 Nov , 2010

Predictably, Delhi’s Left-dominated intellectual circles have condemned the reported move on the part of Chhatisgarh police to implicate a high-profile Delhi University Professor for her...

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Reevaluating our Pakistan Policy

Reevaluating our Pakistan Policy

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 29 Oct , 2010

The recent round of talks between the foreign ministers of India and Pakistan has failed. Indian home secretary G K Pillai has been made the villain for the failure by both the foreign ministers....

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Dangerous Islamisation of Kashmir

Dangerous Islamisation of Kashmir

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 22 Oct , 2010

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has just returned from Kashmir. He appealed for peace and requested the “separatists” to return to the negotiating table. He held a series of conferences with...

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SAARC - Expect no miracles

SAARC - Expect no miracles

By: Prakash Nanda | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 03 May , 2010

The 16th summit of the eight-nation South Asian Regional Cooperation (SAARC) concluded on March 29 in Bhutanese capital Thimphu, vowing to plant “10 million trees over the next five years”...

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