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Japan-India-China: An unlikely alliance emerges

Shinzo Abe, Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi, Trump, Beijing, East China Sea, Le Keqiang, Akihito, BRI, OBOR, Trans-Siberian Railway, Jilin, Vladivistock, Donghae, Sakaiminato, Uber Alles, Ben Hodges, USAREUR, Zbigniew Brzezinski, James Baker, Plaza Accord, THAAP missile, Sea of Japan

India-Japan-China: An unlikely alliance afoot

One of the more important consequences of the Trump Administration trade war against both China as well as Japan is the recent diplomatic and economi

Modi government goes big on Africa

RO Kovind, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Somalia, Sierra Leone, Seychelles, Assumption island, International Solar Alliance, Mauritius, Madagascar, Zambian Air Force, China, OBOR, Asia Africa Growth Corridor, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Japan, Djibouti, Nigeria, Gabon, Angola, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Sao Tome and Principe, ONGC Videsh Ltd, Mombasa, Kenya, Sudan, Essar, Surat Rough Diamond Sourcing India Ltd

Africa has 2.8 million Indian diaspora

India’s footprints in Africa are gaining ground and the year 2018 is proving to be a significant milestone.

Chabahar is a real deal for India

Chabahar Port, Iran, Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, China, United States, Saudi Arabia, Mujahideens, Heroin trade, Kabul, New Delhi, OBOR, Russia, Bander Abbas port, Strait of Homruz, Osama bin Laden, Mullah Mohammad Omar, Salma Dam, Afghan Parliament, Zaranj, Delaram, Jebel Ali Port, Islamic State, Indian Ocean, Narendra Modi, Gwadar, Chabahar-Zahedan-Zaranj

Modi, Rouhani and Ashraf Ghani shaking hands after Chabahar deal

For its commercial and political implications, the Chabahar Port deal with Iran marks the finest achievement yet of Narendra Modi’s global engagements.

US, China must avoid a new Cold War

China, United States, Xi Jinping, Barack Obama, One Belt One Road, OBOR

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.