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Kapil Komireddi

Kapil Komireddi is the author of Malevolent Republic: A Short History of the New India (2019).

Place

Paris match

Hustling and hoteling in La Ville Lumière

By Kapil Komireddi

Europe

Marine Le Pen’s last stand?

Crunch time for the darling and demon of the French right

By Kapil Komireddi

International

Can the India-US relationship last?

Rather than abase itself for America’s attention, India should take responsibility for its own security and prosperity

By Kapil Komireddi

International

Will Armen Sarkissian save Armenia?

More than a year after war broke out, the country is in need of steady leadership

By Kapil Komireddi

Place

Say yes to Yerevan

Yerevan is a living palimpsest of history and fable

By Kapil Komireddi

Europe

Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan on the Azerbaijani conflict

‘It is obviously a coordinated action by Turkey and Azerbaijan. Turkey is managing the whole process’

By Kapil Komireddi

Middle East

Will India and China go to war?

The first Asian conflict of the Asian century

By Kapil Komireddi

Books

Birth of a nation

India’s Founding Moment: The Constitution of a Most Surprising Democracy by Madhav Khosla reviewed

By Kapil Komireddi

Place

Palermo without borders

At first glimpse there appears to be no serious backlash against incomers

By Kapil Komireddi

Modi and Netanyahu are Asia’s odd couple

The forgotten ironies of the India-Israel alliance

By Kapil Komireddi

Books

The shattering honesty of V.S. Naipaul

Teller of truths and tales.

By Kapil Komireddi

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