There is much we can learn from Thatcher and Thatcherism – both the person and the policies. By the time I met Baroness Margaret Thatcher of Kesteven, she was a… Continue reading "“U turn if you like. The Lady is not for turning”"
Book burnings and film bans hold a mirror to contemporary Indian society. History has witnessed countless book burnings. Eight hundred years ago the ancient university city at Nalanda was sacked… Continue reading "Dam(n) the ban in a plural society"
A strong India needs to reimagine its national security fundamentals This is the first article in my new column series In-Security. The series will concern itself with matters of national… Continue reading "Contours of India’s national security"