All stories by Dr Rajaram Panda
Myanmar: India's choices are limitedRediff.com17 Feb 2021
India cannot afford to adopt any coercive measures against the military even if it disapproves the military takeover, notes Dr Rajaram Panda.
What will Kim Jong Un do next?Rediff.com29 Jan 2021
Kim did not rule out diplomacy with the Biden administration despite that Pyongyang called Biden a 'rabid dog' after Biden labelled Kim a 'thug'.
China is the dragon in ASEAN roomRediff.com18 Nov 2020
Had India agreed to join the trade pact, Indian markets would have been flooded with cheap Chinese products.
Lame duck Pompeo wants to shape US foreign policyRediff.com13 Nov 2020
China remains the elephant in the room and has to be tamed, which the United States alone is unable to do and therefore calls allies to come on board.
Why US must worry about Kim's 'monster missile'Rediff.com13 Oct 2020
The new missile could deliver 2,000 to 3,500 kilograms of payload to any point in the continental US, notes Rajaram Panda.
With China in mind, Abe departs with military pact with IndiaRediff.com12 Sep 2020
With the signing of the pact, the Quad grouping of India, Japan, Australia and the US is set to gain more heft now, notes Dr Rajaram Panda.
Abe Shinzo: A giant departs Japanese politicsRediff.com29 Aug 2020
'There shall be no change in India-Japan ties,' predicts Rajaram Panda.
China, Iran cosy up: India is the loserRediff.com18 Jul 2020
Iran's decision to keep India out and welcome China to the scene is a huge strategic setback for India, observes Dr Rajaram Panda.
India-Japan aim to curtail China's maritime footprintRediff.com4 Jul 2020
The India-Japan joint naval exercises are a strategic signal for China, observes Dr Rajaram Panda.
India, Pakistan clash over terror at SCO meetRediff.com17 May 2020
'Terrorism continues to be the overwhelming threat to security and stability in the SCO region and therefore Dr Jaishankar strongly pitched for 'collective action',' observes Dr Rajaram Panda.
Kim is alive, but is he well enough to rule North Korea?Rediff.com4 May 2020
'What if Kim is alive as the latest reappearance suggests, but unable to rule?' 'Will his sister be installed as the leader to continue with the Kims's hereditary dynasty that began with the present ruler's grandfather?' asks Dr Rajaram Panda.
India's tweaking of FDI norms aimed at only ChinaRediff.com28 Apr 2020
'India-China economic ties are likely to take a hit in the wake of the new situation, but that also provides India with a new opportunity to strengthen its manufacturing base,' points out Dr Rajaram Panda.
What Lessons can India Learn from Japan?Rediff.com8 Apr 2020
'Both India and Japan can find themselves in a win-win situation if they draw some lessons from each other's strengths,' says Dr Rajaram Panda.
What Olympics postponement will cost JapanRediff.com4 Apr 2020
'The Olympics postponement may not be a political body blow to Abe Shinzo, but it is no denying that the economic cost of the postponement of the Games will be heavy for Japan,' observes Dr Rajaram Panda.
India-Japan 2+2 dialogue: An eyesore for ChinaRediff.com3 Dec 2019
The India-Japan 2+2 dialogue added strategic heft to the special relationship in the wake of growing Chinese assertiveness on regional affairs, points out Dr Rajaram Panda.
Kashmir: What Rajnath told Japan's AbeRediff.com12 Sep 2019
'Singh apprised the Japanese leaders about Islamabad's 'evil design' on Kashmir at a time when Pakistan has decided to internationalise the issue.'
Can Xi help resolve Trump-Kim dispute?Rediff.com25 Jun 2019
Ahead of the G-20 summit in Osaka this week, Xi has reasserted China's role as a global player, points out Dr Rajaram Panda.
Japan gets ready for a new EmperorRediff.com26 Apr 2019
The emperor has no political power, yet he enjoys a unique place in Japanese society, notes Dr Rajaram Panda.
Fiasco in HanoiRediff.com3 Mar 2019
'Despite much hype of optimism, everyone went home empty-handed without a clear picture where they are heading in the future,' notes Dr Rajaram Panda.
When can we expect a 2nd Trump-Kim summit?Rediff.com18 Jan 2019
'Xi Jinping is keen that the second Trump-Kim summit happens soonest.' 'Kim is reported to have told Xi that he expects to achieve a result from a second summit that the international community would welcome,' points out Dr Rajaram Panda.