TPP plots to hit China's exports--the engine of its economy
TPP between US and 11 other Asia Pacific nations is aimed to encircle China and cripple its engine of exports. Worryingly for the world, it puts the levers of a nation into the hands of mega corporation giants.
Henry Kissinger: The world is reaping the costs of his mistakes
NewsBred is thrilled to bring exceptional articles from TomDispatch.com to our readers from today. The first piece is by Greg Grandin on his book, KISSINGER’S SHADOW: The Long Reach of America’s Most Controversial Statesman”. This piece can also be seen in our books section.
A picture that's worth a thousand words (courtesy: South China Morning Post)
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all over the Indian newspapers with his visit to Facebook headquarters and being courted by world’s top business honchos. But what was their response to Chinese president Xi Jinping’s almost simultaneous visit to the US? This picture with the article alone will give you the big picture.
Nepal is sandwiched between India and China’s interests
Nepal constitutional crisis has brought China and India face to face. It must reduce trust deficit. Asia's security requires both to cooperate. It could otherwise go the Middle East way. The dream of 21st century belonging to Asia would go up in smoke.
Such bonhomie between world's two biggest powers ought to get real
Chinese president Xi Jinping is in United States for a week-long state visit. This, at a time when the Sino-US relations are at its lowest ebb. Among others, one reason is China’s policy of One Belt, One Road. One of world’s renowned geopolitical experts, Shen Dingli dispels a few notions in this piece.
I bemoan that our intellectuals, historians, journalists, educated young or old have let former Supreme Court judge, Justice Markandey Katju’s description of Rabindranath Tagore as a “British stooge” pass without a murmur. What hope there is left for our lost people?Hang your head in shame, sleep on a bed of fire, drink the poison of your impotency if you let it pass.