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China-Russia-Iran would be more in the eye of West—and so could be India

Below could be a help in what you did and what you didn’t read from the SCO Summit in Samarkand (September 15-16, 2022) this...

Time to look at world map and the Ukraine War you missed

Time to tell a few things your favourite media doesn’t tell you.  Did you miss the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken wanting to speak...

G7 launch a $600 billion infra plan to counter China’s BRI

G7 leaders have launched a $600 billion infrastructure plan to fund projects in developing countries over the next five years. Under the Partnership for Global...

The other “Ukraines” which are unfolding to humanity’s misfortune

Let’s say the United States would never be happy if China and Russia gain ground in Eurasia which is the lifeline for Washington.  All the...

The New Cold War isn’t just about the two Superpowers

It is easy to understand both India and Russia won’t like to be too dependent on either the United States or China who battle...

Europe has bitten off more than it could chew on Russia

(The first part, explaining why the world is not with the West on Sanctions against Russia could be read here).  What do Europe stands to...

How India is fighting back China encroaching on Maldives

The significance of Maldives, one of the most geographically dispersed countries in the world, is steadily increasing. The island nation, which comprises 26 atolls...

Can India stand up to China? Does our civil society help or hamper the quest?

(India and China lay uncomfortably next to each other. A discussion on the matter took place which had some distinguished participants. Namely: • Dr. Rajiv...

Why Pakistan covets Punjab and J & K? It’s water it needs to survive

In hindsight now, 50 years later, two events stand out of the 1971 India-Pakistan war. The first is the one unforgettable picture of surrender...

Jaishankar to Pakistan: Terrorism comes back to haunt those who nurture them

Tearing into Pakistan, External affairs minister S Jaishankar attacked Pakistan indirectly for its support for cross-border terrorism, saying forces such as extremism, radicalization, and...

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