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OIC’s curious record on Xinjiang

🕔13:21, 19.Jul 2019

Article Sujan R. Chenoy, director general of the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, discuss the reason behind Chinese preference over India at Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) About Organisation of Islamic Cooperation The OIC, representing 57 member states and

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Turkey’s tilt towards Russia

🕔13:41, 18.Jul 2019

Article This article dealt with the reasons and Impact of Turkey’s tilt towards Russia Background In November 2015, a Turkish F-16 shot down a Russian fighter jet over the Syrian border, ratcheting up tensions between Moscow and Ankara. There were

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Takeaways From The Kulbhushan Jadhav Case Ruling

🕔13:10, 18.Jul 2019

Arjun Subramaniam, a strategic commentator, expressed his views on key takeaways from the Kulbhushan Jadhav case ruling Important Analysis Kulbhushan Jadhav, the former Indian Navy officer, who was allegedly abducted by Pakistani intelligence from Iran and sentenced to death on

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At The UNSC, A Three-Point Agenda

🕔13:09, 18.Jul 2019

Jayant Prasad, former Director-General of the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses expressed his views on changing the state of world order at India’s role as UNSC non-permanent member Changing the state of the world India finds itself in a

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India’s Foreign Policy Needs Rework In The Next Five Years

🕔20:53, 15.Jul 2019

MK Narayan, former National Security Adviser, talks about challenges to India’s foreign policy in Next five year Important Analysis Prime Minister Narendra Modi has maintained a frenetic pace, renewing contacts with world leaders ever since the results of general election

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Warlord and war crimes

🕔14:29, 15.Jul 2019

News Ntaganda, known as “the terminator”, was pronounced guilty of 13 counts of war crimes and five of crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court. More in News Ntaganda, nicknamed “Terminator”, was convicted for murder, rape, sexual slavery and

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Game Of Chicken That Can End In Disaster: On U.S-Iran Relations

🕔13:03, 13.Jul 2019

Article Mohammed Ayoob, University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of International Relations, Michigan State University, expressed his views on U.S.-Iran Relations. Important Analysis On July 7, Iran announced that it would begin enriching uranium above a concentration of 3.67% permitted under the

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The UN Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR) : First Report on Kashmir

🕔16:33, 9.Jul 2019

The UN Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR) said India and Pakistan had failed to improve the situation in Kashmir and not taken any concrete steps to address the numerous concerns raised in its earlier report. Details Last year, the Office

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G20 Summit: What are India’s takeaway?

🕔17:45, 6.Jul 2019

Why in news? The 14th G20 summit recently concluded in Osaka, Japan. This editions of G20 not only focused on macroeconomy and trade but also on global issues which directly or indirectly impact the global economy. Some of the examples

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A Thumbs Down To Unilateralism

🕔14:48, 1.Jul 2019

Biswajit Dhar, Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University discuss the trade war. This article is for a thumbs down to unilateralism. Unilateralism: Unilateralism is any doctrine or agenda that supports one-sided action. Such action may be in disregard for other parties, or

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