The Diplomat | Author
Rajeev Sharma is a New Delhi-based journalist-author who has been writing on international relations, foreign policy, strategic affairs, security and terrorism for over two decades.
He has published seven books so far, five of them non-fiction, two fiction.
December 05, 2012
India, Maldives Row Over Airport Contract
Relations have become strained after the Maldives government cancelled a valuable contract.
December 01, 2012
India, China to Hold Borders Talks Amid Passport Row
New Delhi and Beijing will hold the 16th round of talks on their boundary dispute next week.
November 27, 2012
BRICS: The World's New Banker?
Some of the world’s most dynamic economies are considering the creation of their own development bank and bailout fund.
November 23, 2012
India Executes "Lone Survivor" of Mumbai Attacks
The decision to hang Ajmal Kasab, a Pakistani national, was carried out in complete secrecy.
November 20, 2012
A Delicate Dance: China and India's Border Issue
At what was likely their last meeting, PM Singh and China’s Wen Jiabao met on the sidelines of the EAS.
November 20, 2012
Salman Khurshid's New Role
Salman Khurshid is embracing his respite away from India’s political soap opera. Still, old habits die hard.
November 15, 2012
South Korea: Bollywood's Future Market?
Brand Bollywood’s penetration of the South Korean market is an idea whose time has come.
November 08, 2012
S. Korea's Tourist Tunnel Model for India
India should emulate South Korea’s success in turning a North Korean provocation into a source of revenue.
November 06, 2012
Big Names in India: Unknowns Globally
Anna Hazare, Narendra Modi, and Arvind Kejriwal may be well known inside India. Not so in South Korea.
October 26, 2012
External Affairs Minister SM Krishna Resigns
Could a budding scandal have caused his sudden departure?
October 24, 2012
India To Get New Intel Chiefs
The heads of India’s intelligence agencies are expected to retire by the end of the year. Who will replace them?
October 17, 2012
Cabinet Reshuffle in the Works?
A series of meetings in recent days suggest big changes could be coming.