Two individuals who have unquestionably dominated the 2013 agenda are Nelson Mandela and Edward Snowden.Read More
About the Author
Deepak Tripathi is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
Washington’s response in the aftermath, and the announcement that the United States would go ahead with the supply of F-16 aircraft to the military, suggest that Washington’s priority is to see “controlled change” in Egypt.Read More
Iran has been an object of desire in the strategic rivalry called the Great Game between the British and Russian imperial powers in Central Asia from the early nineteenth century.Read More
Power and humiliation are the cause and effect of human behavior. In Imperial Designs, I also discuss interventions by Russia, Britain, and the United States in Iran and the consequent radicalization of the Iranian population.Read More
By the time the British prime minister met his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh in Delhi, the deal to sell AgustaWestland helicopters to India seemed to have been scuppered.Read More