Modi's Hindutva populism, backed by naked threats against India's Muslim minority and the suppression of dissent, is crashing India's economy and its democracy
Opinion Tulsi Gabbard Unites Putin Apologists, Bloodstained Modi, Genocidal Assad and the U.S. Far Right
Gabbard suffers from severely selective moral outrage. Her love for India's massacre-complicit Modi is just as disqualifying as her apologetics for Bashar Assad
Opinion Imran Khan Says India Is Planning Ethnic Cleansing in Kashmir. But Pakistan Has Actually Committed It
Pakistan's prime minister says India's Kashmir move is motivated by a 'Hindu supremacist version of Hitler's Lebensraum.' Will he own up to Pakistan's own role in violently changing the Valley's demography, backing jihadists who have spread terror worldwide?
The shock of Trump's Twitter bullying and brinkmanship has worn off for India's prime minister. It's India First meets America First - and Modi refuses to fold to U.S. pressure
Trump recently bragged: 'The caliphate is gone. As of tonight. Pretty good.' But in Sri Lanka, ISIS just blew up premature declarations of ‘victory’ over them - and jihadist terrorism in general
Beijing blocks international efforts to sanction Pakistan's Islamist terrorists, who foment insurgencies on India's borders and export their violent, deeply anti-Semitic jihad to the West. This is why
Despite Trump's threat of sanctions, India's Prime Minister Modi has signed a massive arms deal with Russia, signaling that, despite close defense ties with Washington, Delhi won't be bullied. And Putin is laughing all the way to the bank
A half-a-billion dollar arms deal with Israel has become an electoral liability for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Modi hailed the Iran deal as a diplomatic triumph; he won’t back down from deepening ties with Tehran. But can his warm relations with the U.S. and Israel survive the deal blowing up?
Netanyahu calls India - Israel relations a 'marriage made in heaven'. For the arms trade and public relations, it certainly is. But as Modi won't betray the Palestinians or renounce the Iranians, it resembles more an open marriage - and that might be far less sustainable
The ‘Hitler’s Den’ pool parlor that shocked me on a round-India trip 10 years ago was no outlier. Admiration for Nazism – often reframed with a genocidal hatred for Muslims – is rampant in the Hindu nationalist camp, which has never been as mainstream as it is now
In Harare I was told, a decade ago, that having fought off white minority rule, Zimbabwe was in danger of becoming a 'Chinese colony'. The intimate ties between post-coup leaders and Beijing may mean those fears are becoming reality