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Category: Foreign Policy

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 […]

Hostility Explained Through Sport

The Euro 2020 is just over, with Italy beating England 3-2 (in tie-breaker after a 1-1 deadlock in the stipulated 120 minutes) in the final to become the best football-playing […]

They Came To Baghdad

It seems that Saudi Arabia and Iran, considered as arch-rivals, are staging a détente in West Asia. Recent contacts between the Saudi and Iranian officials in the Iraqi capital of […]

Disaster Looms…

Almost all the countries are desperate to get their people vaccinated as soon as possible, as it has become increasingly difficult for them to extend the period of lockdown. The […]

Tension In Territorial Waters

Soon after a British warship entered the Black Sea during its voyage from Ukraine to Georgia in the last week of June 2021, President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin warned both the […]

Revolution, Evolution, Atavism!

In an article published in The Indian Express daily on June 30, 2021, Ramin Jahanbegloo stated that Ebrahim Raisi’s election as the President of Iran “represents a return to ideological […]

Amid Fast-Changing Ground-Reality!

India has opened its doors to secret talks with the Taliban in neighbouring Afghanistan. Although top diplomats are of the opinion that the decision is undoubtedly a bold one, they […]

Cultural Diplomacy?

Does the Shiite Crescent, a term used to describe a geopolitical entity consisting of Iran, Bahrain, Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon, represent the mainstay of of Iran’s expansionist strategy in West […]

The Deal At Doha, And…

Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, recently claimed that he knows India far better than his countrymen. Talking to the US media in the last week of […]