Tag: Martin Sherman

  • A better connection with Israel

    Nothing seems more appropriate or more pressing than that India and Israel, two nations that straddle such a highly inhospitable neighbourhood, should cultivate countervailing centres of powers which genuinely and autonomously embrace a similar ethos of social tolerance and political pluralism. Just as Israel, arguably the world's most beleaguered democracy, has established a special relationship with the world’s most powerful democracy, there seem to be strong —and mutual—incentives for the establishment of a similar relationship the world’s most populous democracy.