Jagdish N Singh

Jagdish N Singh is a senior Indian journalist and Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Land Warfare Studies, New Delhi.

Democracy in Pakistan a Distant Dream

April 1, 2013

Like all its predecessors, the government that just completed its tenure miserably failed to promote what a democratic state is supposed to first and foremost, namely, foster the multi-faceted development of all its citizens.

The Jordanian King’s Challenges

April 4, 2012

The only way out for King Abdullah seems to be to commit himself to truly representative democracy and all-inclusive development.

Iran in the Israeli Calculus

March 13, 2012

Israel is likely to calculate that it would better to wait and use diplomacy to push the major global and regional powers towards some kind of a joint venture against the much feared nuclear designs of Iran.

A Gloomy Syrian Scenario

February 24, 2012

Overthrowing Bashar is likely to result in an Islamist regime, which might turn out to be far worse for the country’s Kurdish, Christian, Druze and Armenian minorities.

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