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Category: Foreign Policy

G-20: India & The Western Bloc

The Western World wants to see India play a more active role in 2023, to stop Russia’s military aggression in Ukraine. Being the President of the G-20, India would have […]

It Was A Mistake

One year after the chaotic withdrawal of the US troops from Afghanistan, nearly 50% of Americans believe that Washington DC made a mistake by sending troops to the South Asian […]

Power Politics Still Matters

When the Cold War ended, a lot of smart people convinced themselves that good old-fashioned Power Politics was a thing of the past. As Bill Clinton said that when he […]

An Unending Dispute

Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan reached an agreement to demilitarise a conflict-afflicted section of their shared borders on September 25, 2022. However, the dispute is far from over. The entire Commonwealth of […]

EU’s ‘Global Gateway’ Exposed

EU’s ‘Global Gateway’ exposed as a flop by friendly fire As the Schiller Institute has been claiming from the beginning, the Global Gateway Initiative (GGI) of the European Union (EU), […]

Shaking Up The Int’l Order

Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, the Indian Minister of External Affairs, has presented the Global Food, Energy and Economic Crisis, as well as the ongoing Russia-Ukraine War, to Europe in a different […]

On Truculence

Once Peter Seeger (popularly known as Pete Seeger; May 3, 1919 – January 27, 2014), the noted American musician-songwriter-composer-singer, had reminisced about his famous song ‘Where Have All the Flowers […]

Jingoism: A New Definition

At a time when a war between Russia and Ukraine is going on in Europe, tension mounts in the Balkans. In the last week of December 2022, Xhelal Sveçla, the […]

The Balkan Friends Of India

When Josip Broz Tito (popularly known as Marshal Tito), the President of erstwhile Yugoslavia, visited India in 1955, the global geopolitical landscape was different. After the end of the Second […]