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Category: United Nations

Towards A Permanent Conflict

The number, 100, has a special significance. When a person, organisation or event reaches this milestone, it becomes worthy of celebration, or remembrance. The war between Russia and Ukraine, which […]

After Nine Months & Some Days

India had virtually snapped ties with Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of the war-ravaged South Asian nation on August 15, 2021. Exactly nine and a half months later, the […]

Strategic Decisions

India, ignoring Western pressure, continues to import crude oil at a cheap rate from Russia, even after Russian invasion of Ukraine. Naturally, the Narendra Modi Administration in New Delhi has […]

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 […]

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. […]

Sand & Sustainability

The world is about to face another crisis. The UN has warned the global community to save sand, saying that there would be acute shortage of sand in near future. […]

The Indian Way

Indian Minister of External Affairs Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar believes that there have been many flaws in the South Asian country’s Foreign Policy since it gained Independence (in 1947). He has […]

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 […]

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 […]