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Manish Tewari | Putin started Ukraine war, West might just end it

This united Europe like never before much the same way as they had come together to resist Hitler’s blitzkrieg 1939 onwards

22 May 2022 12:25 AM

Manish Tewari | The bulldozer

The use of the bulldozer as a weapon is not new

08 May 2022 12:22 AM

Manish Tewari | How Ukraine conflict will impact non-proliferation

Even Iran, notwithstanding the decades of negotiations with the West, is still in no mood to give up on the nuclear option

24 Apr 2022 12:38 AM

Manish Tewari | India’s duty: Ask Russia to course-correct in Ukraine

The Russians would do well by reflecting upon some aspects of their own history

10 Apr 2022 1:09 AM

Manish Tewari | Unguided missile: A case for Indo-Pak N-dialogue

The object in all probability a supersonic missile was in Pakistani airspace for three minutes and forty four seconds before fading away

26 Mar 2022 11:37 PM


Manish Tewari | How the West obtusely midwifed a world order

The North Atlantic Treaty organisation (Nato) brought into existence in April 1949 with the United States as its fundamental linchpin

13 Mar 2022 1:31 AM

Manish Tewari | Gloves off as New Iron Curtain falls on world

In his rather rambling walk through the park of history Vladimir Putin tried to lay out his much flawed case for the aggression on Ukraine

27 Feb 2022 1:43 AM

Manish Tewari | Why Parliament must discuss China

While the Opposition is willing to stall Parliament on every other issue its silence on China is deafening

13 Feb 2022 2:14 AM

Manish Tewari | Budget 22’s key challenge: Employment generation

Every economy runs on four fundamentals employment, consumption, savings, and investment

30 Jan 2022 1:05 AM

Manish Tewari | From Russia with love

According to information available in the public space, Russian forces are currently surrounding Ukraine from three sides

17 Jan 2022 2:42 AM


Manish Tewari | India needs to gear up for battle in world of drones

Today drones have become an important part of military arsenals across the world

02 Jan 2022 1:42 AM

Manish Tewari | Four months on, Taliban’s inner contradictions show

The ignominious exit of the US and the flight of President Ashraf Ghani still remains an enigma wrapped in a riddle and cloaked in a mystery

19 Dec 2021 2:48 AM

Manish Tewari | Why 26/11 required a kinetic response

It, however, is a serious matter of discussion as to how Pakistan perceived the policy of strategic restraint

05 Dec 2021 1:15 AM

Manish Tewari | November 21st, 1971

On March 25, 1971, the West Pakistan Army launched Operation Searchlight massacring

21 Nov 2021 2:21 AM

Manish Tewari | An alliance of civilisations: Can it give India leverage?

In some nations there were regime changes while others descended into the morass of civil war from which they have still not emerged

07 Nov 2021 2:41 AM


Manish Tewari | After China-Bhutan deal, India requires fresh eyes

Doklam plateau. Both the Chumbi valley and the Siliguri Corridor in West Bengal are key tactical chokepoints

24 Oct 2021 2:56 AM

Manish Tewari | AUKUS is the Asian Nato; should India revisit NAM?

The moot point remains, why did the US and, by extension, the UK, undercut their Nato partner France in this manner?

10 Oct 2021 8:45 AM

Manish Tewari | Why the US capitulated to Taliban in Afghanistan

Why did the United States after investing humungous amounts of blood and treasure in Afghanistan cut and run in this manner?

26 Sep 2021 2:12 AM

Manish Tewari | Social media lynch mobs subverting course of justice

Till the time the highest court has not spoken the above dictum remains the gold standard of both criminal and civil law

12 Sep 2021 2:59 AM

Manish Tewari | The rare earth metal race: How India lost it to China

China currently controls nearly 90 per cent of the world’s REE mining and refinement and forms the bedrock of its global supply chain

29 Aug 2021 1:38 AM