Author: Arindam Mukherjee

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Arindam Mukherjee is a geopolitical analyst and the author of JourneyDog Tales, The Puppeteer, and A Matter of Greed.

Did Hamas just ‘Saddam’ themselves?

Immediately following Israel’s decision of going after Hamas in response to the horrific act of terrorism on October 7, cheerleaders of the pro-China media erupted in unison.

Is Europe slumping towards the Middle Ages?

How might the town square of a random Western European city look a few decades from now?

Woke Democrat Jews are threat to idea of Israel

Woke Jews of the US and Israel have been trying for the last couple of years to ‘convert’ the Israeli government

Looking through the haze of Israel attack

An interconnected world is a good thing; we all know and admit that. The issue, however, is that with interconnectedness comes access, and scores of state and non-state players engage themselves in the different spheres of regional and/or global politics. When events like the 7/10 Hamas attack on Israel takes place, and when it becomes […]

Caucasus and Zangezur corridor is back in game

The recent events around Nagorno Karabakh need a closer look. My last article in The New Indian did try to provide a brief background and outline, of the recent Azeri-Armenian conflict over this hill region; it also mentioned that Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan – who is a result of an orchestrated colour revolution – is so hopelessly pro-West […]

Trudeau, Nijjar killing, and contours of American outlook

In what way is the US involved in the recent drama initiated by Canadian PM Justin Trudeau on the killing of terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar? Informed Indians are primarily divided in two groups on this question: those who think that this entire episode has been guided and directed by the USA, and those who think […]

Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and the Caucasian Chessboard

Though geopolitics and religion have historically remained fairly interlinked with each other, I had always thought that since the parties in conflict rarely bring it up officially, it would probably also be possible for me to explore, extract, and present only the hard political angles to such conflicts. However, these days it appears that omitting […]

Justin Trudeau’s wokeism is on display

Bilateral relations have been a little tense between India and Canada during recent times. It began with the Khalistan separatist movement gaining renewed visibility in Canada, with different fringe groups from among the Sikh diaspora (about 2% of Canadian population) organizing events, rallies and fundraisers to revive mid-90s’ bloody separatism in Indian Punjab. Strangely, these […]

India has finally arrived, but what took it so long?

NEW DELHI: The results of India’s changed approach towards international relations and diplomacy are becoming gradually visible now. I have to admit, that as someone banking on the Cold War era conflicts and politics to create a workable understanding about global realpolitik, I have traditionally been fairly sceptical about India’s approach towards the international arena. […]

Delhi G20 statement signals US shift on Ukraine

With the deterioration of the United Nations, the G20 is slowly becoming the vehicle of choice for a section of the developed world. While the UN still retains some of its traditional appeal as a global forum where crucial decisions are made (read bought or sold), the heavily west-tilted institution’s progressive irrelevance on the face […]

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