Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “India”

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Forgetting Tiananmen Square. Benjamin Read reviews Louisa Lim’s The People’s Republic of …

Posted June 6th, 2014

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

When intellectuals go to war. Corey Robin remarks on some of the …

Posted May 30th, 2014

Will Modi Make Indian Foreign Policy “Worse”?

James Traub tries to make the case that Indian foreign policy under …

Posted May 26th, 2014

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Why We Lost. Mark Thompson reports on the forthcoming book from Lt. …

Posted May 23rd, 2014

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Debating Scottish independence. Freddy Gray surveys the debate in Britain ahead of …

Posted May 16th, 2014

The BJP Victory and U.S.-Indian Ties

The BJP has won a landslide victory in India’s general election: Mr. …

Posted May 16th, 2014

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Sentimentality about war. Elizabeth Samet considers how we use sentimentality and euphemisms …

Posted May 9th, 2014

The BJP and India’s No First-Use Policy

Krista Mahr reports on a new poll showing that the Bharatiya Janata …

Posted April 15th, 2014

Ukraine and BRICS

Suzanne Nossel wants the U.S. to rally major non-Western powers against Russia: …

Posted April 1st, 2014

Bush and the “Objective Historians” (II)

Matt Fay has written a thoughtful response to yesterday’s post on Bush’s …

Posted July 2nd, 2013

The U.S.-Indian Relationship and Indian Public Opinion

Vijay Vikram has written a very good post discussing the state of …

Posted September 10th, 2012

Romney and U.S.-Indian Relations

Seth Mandel’s review of Obama’s diplomatic record greatly overstates things: Obama snubbed …

Posted July 6th, 2012

Hectoring and Berating India Is a Lousy Way to Build a Good U.S.-Indian Relationship

Jonathan Hillman believes that U.S. interest in a closer relationship with India …

Posted June 12th, 2012