Zorawar Daulet Singh

Zorawar Daulet Singh is presently a PhD candidate at the India Institute, King's College London. He holds a Master’s degree in international relations from the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University. Zorawar’s research interests include international relations theory and international political economy and how these theoretical approaches might buttress our understanding of structural changes in the international system. He is co-author of India China Relations: The Border Issue and Beyond (Viva Books, 2009) and Chasing the Dragon: Will India catch up with China? (Pearson Education, 2009).

"Cold War" in West Asia: Asia Pacific Nations Look On

January 26, 2012

It has become customary to assert that the centre of gravity of world politics has shifted to the Asia-Pacific region. The ascent of several regional states such as China and India has made this notion almost indisputable. But is this popular cliché crowding out attention on geopolitical issues elsewhere?

End the ‘Great Game’ to Solve Afghanistan

December 13, 2011

US success in Afghanistan requires a change in strategy. Last week’s Bonn Conference was another lost opportunity to promote a genuine multilateral approach to Afghanistan. For the past decade, and especially after President Obama took office, the West has pinned its entire Afghan strategy on Pakistan.

In Pursuit of Power: Deciding the Status of Nations

November 05, 2011

  Analysis on what is required to determine the political will and economic might of nations.  ARVIND Subramanian’s “Eclipse: Living in the Shadow of China’s Economic Dominance” has renewed interest in measuring the potential of emerging powers. Subramanian argues that projections of GDP, trade and creditor status make China’s future...