M. D. Nalapat

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  • M.D. Nalapat holds the UNESCO Peace Chair and is Director of the School of Geopolitics, Manipal University, Manipal, India. A former Coordinating Editor of the Times of India, he writes extensively on security issues, policy, and international affairs.

    Name of the Game is Interdependence: A Response

    According to Bharat Wariavwalla, the Manmohan Singh-led government ‘believes that the US rules supreme and that the closer we stay with it the better we serve our interests. America will fight terror, secure us in the South Asian region and make us a world power’. In order to battle such a predilection, his article seeks to show the constraints on US power, mostly vis-à-vis the emerging superpower, China, which he implicitly sees as an emerging threat to India.

    July 2010

    Missing: An Obama Foreign Policy

    Obama has crafted an administration that has a Clinton brain inside an Obama face. Clinton I lost Russia for the West. Clinton II aka Obama I is on track to lose India.

    February 08, 2010