International Relations

International Relations

A New Chapter in Russia-India Friendship

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Spread the love           Just a day ahead of Putin’s visit the US had cautioned its allies, especially India, not to enter into transactions with Russia and warned that it would trigger American sanctions. The audacity of the US could be gauged from the fact that a state department official said, “We urge all of our allies […]


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India-US Relations and US-Sino Trade War: New Delhi Needs to Tread Cautiously

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Spread the love           India-US trade has been growing and has crossed $100 billion mark in 2017 and India’s defence purchases too are increasing. But as part of the trade war, US has recently imposed 100 percent tariff on steel and aluminum to hurt particularly China, Canada, Europe and Mexico. India needs to exercise caution. An analysis, […]


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Sri Lanka Lets India Operate Mattala Airport: Delhi Scores a Quiet Diplomatic Victory over China

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Spread the love           India has scored a quiet but important diplomatic victory over China in Sri Lanka. Beijing was dead against India taking over the Mattala airport. In the Sri Lankan parliament, the Opposition led by former Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa’s Sri Lanka Freedom Party asked the government whether it was handing over the Mattala to […]


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India Has Little to Gain by Dancing With the Dragon

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Spread the love           As the adage goes, enemy’s enemy is a friend, India and China have warmed up to espousing the common cause of hitting the rich world where it hurts their strong domestic interests. As the trade majors in the WTO such as the United States and the European Union have questioned India’s Minimum Support […]


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Mexico is Poised for a Regime Change on July 1

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Spread the love           Trump denounced Mexican migrants to the U.S. as rapists and murderers and promised to build “a big beautiful wall” at the U.S.-Mexico border – and get Mexico to pay for it. Mexican politicians of all stripes resolutely refused and denounced him. AMLO is no fan of Trump’s wall, either. Nor are organised labor […]


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Pakistan Fails in Bid to Keep Off Terrorist Funding List

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Spread the love           Like China, Saudi Arabia has adopted contradictory attitudes towards Pakistani militants, supporting those that serve its geopolitical objectives while seeking to neutralise militants that either threaten its interests or are of little value to the kingdom. Saudi Arabia and China paved the way for this week’s decision to put Pakistan on FATF’s grey […]


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China Outmanoeuvres India in Diplomatic War

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Spread the love           Prime Minister Narendra Modi made several visits to China, apparently to keep Beijing in good humour, reduce tension between the two countries and to promote that vague thing called ‘confidence building’. The sincerity of the Prime Minister’s efforts to better Sino-Indian relations cannot be questioned. But what can be questioned is the response […]


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Trump-Kim Summit Did Not Talk About Human Rights Violations of North Korea That Remains Unparalleled

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Spread the love           As talks between two leaders progressed, human rights activists were watching if Trump would bring up North Korea’s widespread crimes against humanity, but the US President disappointed them. Kim rules with extreme brutality, making his nation among the worst human rights violators in the world. An analysis, for Different Truths.  As the world […]


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Indo-Iran Ties at Crossroads after US Sanctions: Huge Opportunity for Indian Shipping Lines

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Spread the love           Concerned over the US sanctions, India is already looking at seeking exemptions from Washington to buy Iranian oil, apart from working out alternative payment mechanism to protect India-Iran trade which is $12-13 billion dollars annually. The terms of trade are heavily loaded in favour of Iran. India imports close $9 billion worth of […]


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Trump Restaurant at the End of the Universe: All Sins of Kim Stand Pardoned

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Spread the love           How dare Trump forgive Kim’s original sins, his human rights record: The rabid K9s he set on his uncle. The general he rocket-launched to kingdom come. The brother he poison-smeared to death. The starving incarcerated in North Korea. The Yalu-drowned. Here’s an analysis, for Different Truths. Lessons from around the world. One of […]


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