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Month: July 2021

Forming A New QUAD Group!

The US had joined hands with Australia, India and Japan in 2007 to form the QUAD (Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, also known as the QSD) in an attempt to counter China’s […]

Isolated & Lonely

Britain, Australia, Canada, Japan and some other countries have shown the true spirit of Democracy during the time of Pandemic, as they have activated the Ministry of Loneliness in order […]

On Internalising Of External Affairs…

India and Russia are almost at loggerheads over the Pakistan issue in recent times. Now, New Delhi and Moscow have expressed different views on the future of Afghanistan, after the […]

On Elected Authoritarianism & Pegasus

For a start, it may be assumed that the allegations pertaining to tapping of phone calls of Opposition leaders and journalists against the Government of India through Pegasus spyware are […]

Rules Designed To Empower…

Several organisations, including Twitter, have strongly criticised the Government of India for enacting the new Information Technology (IT) Law. The ongoing conflict between those organisations and India recently took a […]

Another Ace: In Philanthropy!

Novak Djokovic won the 2021 Wimbledon Tennis Championships on July 11, defeating Italy’s Matteo Berrettini 6-7 (4-7), 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 in the final. With this victory, the World No 1 […]

Those Dark Days…

Thousands gathered in Srebrenica on July 11 to commemorate the 1995 massacre, and to bury 19 newly identified victims. It may be noted that more than 8,000 Bosniak Muslims were […]

Policy Preference Or A Security Priority?

Will Mongolia abandon its strategic Third Neighbour Policy in favour of closer relations with Russia and China? Sandwiched between Russia and China, Mongolia always has a choice between policies aimed […]