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Diplomatic Editor, The Hindu

Over a month into Israel’s strikes on Gaza in retaliation for Hamas terror attacks, is the world on the brink of a bigger war with repercussions across West Asia? What are the likely off-ramps that could see a peaceful outcome now and how could the continuing violence impact the world? And, amidst growing global polarisation, what are India’s options and is there a possible role in ending the crisis at hand.

In this episode of BIC Talks, Suhasini Haidar, Diplomatic Editor of The Hindu, chronicles the history of the struggle and India’s relationship and role as it has evolved.

This talk was originally delivered at the BIC premises on November 18, 2023.

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Speaker

Suhasini Haidar

Diplomatic Editor, The Hindu

Suhasini Haidar is the Diplomatic Editor of The Hindu, regularly writing on Foreign policy issues, and hosts a weekly online show “WorldView with Suhasini Haidar”. Prior to this, she was Foreign Affairs editor and prime time anchor for CNN-IBN (2005-2014), and Correspondent for CNN International’s New Delhi bureau before that.

In 2015, she was the recipient of the most prestigious Indian print journalism ‘Prem Bhatia’ award, and has won a series of awards for her work in Television as well.

Over the course of her 28-year reporting career, Suhasini has covered the most challenging stories & conflicts from the most diverse regions including Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Libya, Lebanon and Syria.  In India, she has covered the foreign affairs beat for over a decade and her domestic assignments include political profiles and in-depth reportage from conflict zones including Kashmir, where she was injured in a bomb blast in 2000.

Suhasini earned a Bachelor’s degree at Lady Shriram College in Delhi, and then completed her Masters in Broadcast Journalism at Boston University’s College of Communication, USA. She lives in Delhi with her husband Nadim and her two daughters Ava Mumtaz and Maya Mehr.