Deep Kisor Datta-Ray

Deep Kisor Datta-Ray

Deep Kisor Datta-Ray is the author of The Making of Indian Diplomacy.

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India proves democracy is no longer fit for purpose, while China’s model shows the way

While malfeasance in politics, poverty and inequalities hold back progress in India, China is charging ahead in delivering freedom for its people.

29 May 2018 - 7:32PM

While malfeasance in politics, poverty and inequalities hold back progress in India, China is charging ahead in delivering freedom for its people.

India proves democracy is no longer fit for purpose, while China’s model shows the way
Out with the old, in with modernity
Justice must be colour-blind
24 Jul 2007 - 12:00AM
Justice must be colour-blind
Wrestling with the spectre of an arms race in space
India's multihued diplomacy push
11 Jul 2007 - 12:00AM
India's multihued diplomacy push
Test match
9 Aug 2007 - 12:00AM
Test match
A new British empire of the mind
26 Feb 2007 - 12:00AM
A new British empire of the mind
Illusion of Indian purity is fraught with danger
Singh gets nuclear deal despite the horse trading
Going beyond 'sorry'
4 Apr 2007 - 12:00AM
Going beyond 'sorry'
India finds a new  elite in the grass roots
Raising India's pulse without selling its soul
Border dispute threatens an embryonic alliance
India's local route to fight climate change
Demolishing the myths of a Chinese threat
G7 leaders can no longer deny India and China
The magic of markets turns out to be alchemy
Sino-Pakistan nuclear deal fails the moral test
Borders a hindrance to Asian development
More to security than just affluence for India
India must look back to its traditions to stand up to the scourge of rape
Nuclear deal reveals India's fragile democracy
A young Gandhi shows India the way
Diplomacy the only path in China-India border dispute
When the interests of old friends diverge
India and China thwart the agribusiness monster
Boosting trade can help restore trust between India and China
India's syringe for a capital injection
Nuclear deal marks birth  of the 'knowledge economy'
Phobia is no basis for drug policy