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Category: Diplomacy

A ‘Different’ Resurgence

The Taliban recaptured Afghanistan and formed a Government in Kabul on August 15, 2021, with the help of Pakistan after years of insurgency. Now, the Deobandi-Pashtun Islamic fundamentalist, militant Islamist […]

Decoding A Diplomatic Visit

Reality may be perceived in different ways. The stark contrast between opinions expressed by pro- and anti-Government media in India and the UK on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson‘s April […]

A Genuine Comparison?

Adolf Hitler, as it is known, had shot himself in the head inside the Führerbunker (Führer’s shelter) located near the Reich Chancellery, when Soviet troops reached there on April 30, […]

A Diplomatic Tightrope Walk

Eventually, Indian diplomacy has tasted success under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Otherwise, the dominance of politics has side-lined the economy, as well as diplomacy, during his regime. […]

An Open Letter To German Chancellor

An Open Letter To German Chancellor Olaf Scholz: Replace Logic Of War By Logic Of Peace! Academicians, artists and media persons appeal to German Chancellor Olaf Scholz not to deliver […]

Reminding Of The Colonial-Era Practices

Pakistan and Sri Lanka signed a number of agreements with China for massive Chinese debt-funded infrastructure projects a few years back. Now, both the South Asian countries are facing an […]

Russia-Ukraine War: The Nazi Angle

Tony Kevin – who served as Australia’s Ambassador to Poland and Cambodia in the 1990s, and earlier in the Australian Embassy in Moscow – has penned books on Russia and […]

Lying Around Truth

Two weeks had passed since the collapse of Twin Towers, somewhat like a house of cards, in New York. The entire United States of America was still reeling under the […]

Global Economy Rocked

The Russia-Ukraine War has increased the price of crude oil in the international market, and its consequences would be far-reaching and destructive. The global community should help Moscow and Kiev […]