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About Ajai Sahni

Ajai Sahni is executive director of the Institute for Conflict Management in New Delhi, and editor of the South Asia Intelligence Review.

Articles by Ajai Sahni

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Guest editor Ronan Harrington introduces this week's theme: Spirituality and Visionary Politics.

Ronan is a freelance political strategist and co-creator of Alter Ego, a gathering exploring the future of progressive politics.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

India after Ahmedabad’s bombs

The lesson of the serial blasts against Indian cities is that the danger to life and security in the country also lies in the infirmity of its institutions, says Ajai Sahni.

(This article was first published on 26 July 2008)

India: states of insecurity

A fresh bombing wave in Uttar Pradesh and land-confrontation in West Bengal expose the Indian polity's security failures, says Ajai Sahni.

India and its Maoists: failure and success

The advance of insurgent Maoist groups across a swathe of Indian states is reinforced by the failures of official security policy, says Ajai Sahni.

India under assault

The only way to halt the series of terrorist attacks on Indian targets is to understand where they are coming from and act accordingly, says Ajai Sahni.

Massacre in Mumbai: the Pakistan connection

The coordinated attacks on Mumbai's commuter trains are the latest chapter in a sustained covert war against India by Pakistan-sponsored Islamist terror groups, says Ajai Sahni of the Institute for Conflict Management in New Delhi.
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