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Category: Diplomacy

By The Intent Of The President

US President Joe Biden has decided to appoint Indian-American diplomat Gautam Rana as his country’s ambassador to Slovakia, amidst the Russia-Ukraine War. The White House recently issued a statement, saying […]

Crises, Trauma & Vulnerability

Russia launched a military operation in neighbouring Ukraine on February 24, 2022. It is difficult to predict exactly how many persons in Asia, Africa and Latin America knew about the […]

Pakistan: Next In Line

After triggering an economic collapse of Sri Lanka and some of the African countries with its Debt-trap diplomacy, China, seemingly, is all set to do the same with Pakistan. As […]

Conflicts: Causes, Effects And…

The mid-20th Century world was dominated by several alliances, particularly the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and the Warsaw Pact. NATO had 12 founding members – Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, […]

Amidst Civil Unrest: Not Again!

It is often said that Rajiv Gandhi, the former Prime Minister of India, had to sacrifice his life for sending the Peace Keeping Force to neighbouring Sri Lanka, in 1987. […]

A New & United Europe

The locals had reportedly taken shelter in a school building in a Ukrainian village in order to save their lives. However, the Russian Forces dropped a bomb on that school, […]

Europe In The Players’ List

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s recent three-nation Europe visit, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs claimed that the PM’ meeting with French President Emanuel Macron in Paris was the most […]

From EU To Pacific: Strengthening Position

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in 25 events in Germany, Denmark and France on May 2-4 (2022) during his first foreign trip after two years. In those three days, […]

Fuelling To Flame

The Great Game of Geopolitics Well, fuel has become a crucial weapon of modern warfare. On April 27 (2022), Russia cut off gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria, after these […]