Wednesday, 18 May, 2022
TopicRichard Haass

Topic: Richard Haass

This is a China that seems to care less about what the world thinks of it: Richard Haass

At ThePrint's digital Off the Cuff, Richard Haass, president, Council on Foreign Relations, discusses India and China, the upcoming US elections, politics post Donald Trump and more. Read the full conversation here.

India can focus more on China if it calms Pakistan ties: Foreign policy expert Richard Haass

Speaking to ThePrint’s Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta at Off The Cuff, Richard N. Haass also said: ‘If I were India, I would be much wiser in my approach to Indian Muslims.'

Off The Cuff with Richard Haass

China has become much more assertive. This is a China that seem to care less for what the world thinks of it. This China...

Curtailing immigration to the US would hurt the country, says top strategist Richard Haass

Haass says Indian immigrants are important to US economy, and hopes the Indian govt will raise the issue of H-1B visas with the US.

On Camera

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Chinese President Xi Jinping | Representational image| kremlin.ru

Chinese economy is feeling the heat. Blame Xi’s political Lysenkoism, vaccination policy

Smarting from the failures of his Great Leap Forward campaign, which hit the economy hard, Mao launched the 1962 war with India to rally the nation behind him.
Congress supporters staged a protest against inflation in Ranchi on 10 May | ANI

As inflation breaks records, Modi govt plans to counter criticism ahead of anniversary & polls

While retail inflation hit an 8-year high of 7.8% in April, wholesale inflation surged to a 9-year high of 15.08% on the back of elevated food and energy prices in the same month.

Defence

Satellite image of the development on the site | Twitter | @detresfa_

China building ‘bigger, broader’ 2nd bridge at Pangong Tso that can carry armoured columns

China's People's Liberation Army aims for multiple routes to counter any possible operations by the Indian forces on the southern banks of the Pangong Tso in the future.

How Congress is like the Ambassador & why Indian politics needs a brand new set of wheels

Like the car, nothing the party has done to reinvent itself has worked. Only way forward is to offer something looking towards the future, not in image of glorious past.
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