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Category: Indian Ocean Region

An Easy Way Out?

India recently sent a positive message to Sri Lanka, by abstaining from a vote on an anti-Sri Lanka resolution at the UN Human Rights Commission (UNHRC). The tiny Island Nation, […]

The Pioneer!

It is widely known that then Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao (June 28, 1921 – December 23, 2004) and his then Finance Minister Dr Manmohan Singh had initiated the […]

A Diplomatic Arrangement?

The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (QSD, also known as the Quad) – an informal strategic dialogue between Australia, India, Japan and the US – has recently been held online. The primary […]

Studying On A Staple Fibre…

Well, it is about a soft, fluffy stable fibre, which is pure cellulose, growing in plants of the genus Gossypium… the plant itself being a shrub native to tropical and […]

Allies & Axes!

Russia, presumably, is reluctant to join the US-led Axis made to protect the Pacific Ocean, as well the Indian Ocean. It may be the reason behind Moscow’s repeated action of […]

Pact Packed!

The Agreement, signed between India and the US on October 27, is likely to have far-reaching implications. After the signing of the Basic Exchange and Co-operation Agreement (BECA) in the […]

Link Established & Seal-ed…

A ring, quite similar to the one worn by the First Emperor of Ancient Rome Augustus Caesar or Octavian (September 23, 63 BC – August 19, 14 AD), has recently […]

On Geopolitics Of Eurasia

The European Countries have been opposing the aggressive attitude of China towards other Asian countries from the very beginning… and, Germany is playing the leading role in countering the Asian […]

Nippon: Does The Sun Rise Anew?

The longest-serving Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, recently tendered his resignation because of health reasons. This is for the second time when he has done it, as Abe had […]