Arnab Neil Sengupta

Arnab Neil Sengupta

Arnab Neil Sengupta is an independent journalist and commentator on the Middle East.

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Opinion | Sri Lanka bombings may mean Islamic State, after its Middle East defeat, has entered a new phase

After defeat in Syria and attacks that failed to generate headlines, it stands to reason that IS would target countries where tourism is growing and security has been lax.

25 Apr 2019 - 4:58AM

After defeat in Syria and attacks that failed to generate headlines, it stands to reason that IS would target countries where tourism is growing and security has been lax.

Sri Lanka bombings may mean Islamic State, after its Middle East defeat, has entered a new phase
Opinion | India must quit playing politics and change its approach to Kashmir if it wants to end deadly decades-old insurgency

Arnab Neil Sengupta says New Delhi needs to face facts and stop throwing soldiers at a problem that a considered and coherent strategy could solve

21 Feb 2019 - 7:40PM

Arnab Neil Sengupta says New Delhi needs to face facts and stop throwing soldiers at a problem that a considered and coherent strategy could solve

India must quit playing politics and change its approach to Kashmir if it wants to end deadly decades-old insurgency
Could China be the Middle East’s stabiliser-in-chief?

As the Arab states seek to widen their circle of friends, China can enlarge its role in the Middle East if it views the region as more than an oil supplier and market for Chinese goods.

26 Aug 2018 - 6:49PM

As the Arab states seek to widen their circle of friends, China can enlarge its role in the Middle East if it views the region as more than an oil supplier and market for Chinese goods.

Could China be the Middle East’s stabiliser-in-chief?