Mrutyuanjai Mishra

About Mrutyuanjai Mishra

Mrutyuanjai Mishra is a commentator with Politiken, Denmark's largest newspaper and a regular contributor to the Times of India. He has authored many analytical articles on India and Asia in several Danish newspapers and provides expert commentary on Danish TV and radio channels. Mrutyuanjai Mishra is also a consultant lecturer and is currently working on a higher educational book on India for Scandinavian countries. Mrutyuanjai studied anthropology at Copenhagen University and has specialized in human rights and democratization. He spent half of his life in India and the other half in Denmark and Sweden.
Europe Correspondent

Modi´s Victory will Unite India and not Divide India 

By |2019-05-26T11:19:52+01:0026th May, 2019|

Even before the elections results were announced in India, political pundits, especially in western countries were out screaming through the minarets that Narendra Modi´s government is divisive, some even brandishing him as a “Divider in Chief”. People in India, though had their own assessment. Western media are unable to

THE VALLEY OF NO RETURN: How Hindu Kashmiri Pundits became Refugees in a Hindu-Majority Country

By |2019-02-19T16:38:47+01:0019th February, 2019|

In the wake of the terrorist attack carried out by a Pakistan-based Islamist group Jaish-e Mohammad on 14th February 2019, India should relaunch a comprehensive and cohesive approach to tackling terrorism on its soil. Over 40 Indian paramilitary soldiers, referred to as Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawans have been killed in a bomb

Why is China provoking its neighbours: India, Bhutan and Japan?

By |2017-09-08T07:59:29+01:0031st July, 2017|

China makes territorial claims in almost all countries surrounding its large territory - Vietnam, Japan, Philippines, South Korea, Malaysia, India, and now Bhutan. In 2016, even Singapore seriously criticised China for interfering in ASEAN´s internal affairs. China has been belligerent in encroaching on more and more territory and has had deals with countries like

How do we stop the “lone wolf” jihadist attacks?

By |2017-09-08T07:54:41+01:005th June, 2017|

After the terrorist attack in Manchester that left 22 people dead and nearly 120 injured, most of them children, experts all over the continent are asking this pertinent question: is it possible to stop Islamist terror attacks striking intermittently in different European cities? Once again, another horrendous terrorist attack was carried out in central