Manan Dwivedi

Kremlin-Trump link: New normal

Saturday, 12 Aug 2017 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

Does all these meddling allegations bring about a New Cold War with Russia? This is a pertinent poser which subsumes one and all. The term New Cold War might be passť as both the nations are cooperating on the issue of the Syrian insurgency and equal significance has to be...

Climate Accord: The Trump card

Saturday, 01 Jul 2017 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

The United States of America longingly intends to make the NATO and other allied nations pay for the American security umbrella and the attendant concerns of climate. Still, the urge and the penchant for “Regally Regulating” the New World Order in an age of multi-polarity and multiple power centers come...

Trump’s Saudi visit and widening Islamic schism

Saturday, 27 May 2017 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

Trump arrived in Saudi Arabia to rebuff the various attempts at policy making by Obama when he struck a clearly discernible nuclear deal with Iran and attempted a wholehearted rapprochement between the ‘Sharia nation’ and the ‘Satan Nation’ as has been the nomenclature employed in the general tardy narrative between...

Korean Armageddon: Stimulus US waiting for a regional rejig

Saturday, 06 May 2017 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

There’s a fire and an inferno of capitalist swill burning outside with the outliers. So let’s all sit inside the cave and rejoice the clarion call of the commander, the Regulator and let’s celebrate and mourn collectively in a civilised mass like good and moral people do and never go...

Taiwan riddle for Trump, Xi

Saturday, 15 Apr 2017 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

No nation ought to have a “two-nation theory” as it militates against the founding myth of a race, its people and the nation. India with its own two-nation theory suffered partition and ungainly carnage. The mainland China and the outgrowth of its selfsame organic in the form of Taiwan too militate...

Rex factor: A new America can engage Dragon

Saturday, 01 Apr 2017 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

Is it that the American foreign policy rigmarole has decided to go beyond the idea of a Euro-centric world which has already taken a backseat with American Secretary of State Rex Tillerson skipping his NATO meet and meeting the Chinese counterpart of President Trump? The state of the nation is...

US-Mexico ties: The road ahead

Saturday, 04 Mar 2017 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

It was through the 1965 Immigrant Act that the floodgates were slightly opened for a larger influx of foreigners inside the American territorial space President Donald J Trump has embarked on a quintessential presidential trajectory of legitimate legislative Bills along with executive orders of the amplificatory genre. He has also unequivocally...

Convergence of protests against Don

Saturday, 11 Feb 2017 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

The larger question is that can the sea of protests strengthened by the Federal Court be read a backlash against the conservative skill set of the present American administration President Donald Trump will be known for his bravado and bluster come what may as subtleties elude him. He has emerged not...

What’s better: Trumpcare or Obamacare?

Saturday, 28 Jan 2017 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

Running the danger of being an old wine in a new bottle might be the ideal non-populist prescriptive pathway for the framework to be unveiled by Donald Trump In the true tradition of being a welfare nation, the Federal Government in the United States has to don the mantle of health-care...

Trump’s nuke rhetoric: New proliferation threat

Saturday, 31 Dec 2016 | Manan Dwivedi | in Oped

With US President-Elect Donald Trump attempting to expand the ambit of the nuclear capability of Washington and Russia intending to build up forces, the possibility of the revival of Cold War-era arms race looms large The ideals of non-proliferation of nuclear weaponry and attestations by the nuclear weapon owners were...


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