All stories by Rajaram Panda
Why this photo irritates the ChineseRediff.com23 Sep 2017
China sees India and Japan's 'North East Road Network Connectivity Improvement Project' as a challenge to its OBOR, says Rajaram Panda.
Bullet trains and more: Modi, Abe's big plansRediff.com12 Sep 2017
'Modi and Abe are working seriously for India-Japan bonhomie to grow stronger.' 'It is a win-win situation for both countries and the future look promising,' says Rajaram Panda, the Indian Council for Cultural Relations India Chair Visiting Professor at Reitaku University, Japan.
A bomb worse than an atom bomb in Kim Jong-un's hands!Rediff.com6 Sep 2017
North Korea is unlikely to strike first, but its response in retaliation, if attacked, could be massive even at the expense of its own destruction, says Rajaram Panda.
Dealing with North Korea: What are the world's options?Rediff.com24 Jul 2017
After Pyongyang tests a missile potentially capable of reaching the US, Dr Rajaram Panda explores the realistic -- and peaceful -- options before Donald Trump and the international community at large.
North Korea standoff: Is war an option?Rediff.com24 Jul 2017
'The world may be desirous of peace, but not Kim Jong-un.' 'Should we then accept the old adage that to maintain peace, we should be prepared for war?' asks Rajaram Panda.
If Trump continues to challenge Kim Jong-un...Rediff.com13 Apr 2017
Rajaram Panda explains why the US president needs to restrain himself and build a relationship with China to put any credible pressure on North Korea.
What ties North Korea to Syria?Rediff.com13 Apr 2017
North Korea considers Assad's Syria an ally, so it views Donald Trump's decision to strike Syria as a message to Pyongyang as well.
Abe's visit to Pearl Harbour goes beyond symbolismRediff.com28 Dec 2016
The Japanese prime minister's visit to the memorial in Hawaii, the spot that was bombed 75 years ago, shows that it is possible for two powerful former enemies to transcend recriminatory impulses, observes Rajaram Panda.
How the world must deal with North KoreaRediff.com13 Sep 2016
While trying to persuade North Korea to give up its provocative actions, engaging China is the first hurdle that world leaders will have to deal with, says Rajaram Panda.
Why this general's visit to India was so importantRediff.com25 Jun 2016
Thailand's importance to India's Act East policy is too significant to be overlooked.