Changing dynamics in world panorama
On August 1, India took over the Presidency of the UN Security Council .It was set to host signature events in three major areas of maritime security, peacekeeping, and counterterrorism during the month. PM Modi has outlined a five-point framework for maritime security debate at UNSC during this month. Maritime Security Maritime security is oneContinue reading “August presidency : INDIA at UNSC”
We’re running away to colonize the other new planets, we can first fix the planet that we are already in . Earth’s climate is getting so hot that temperatures in about a decade will probably flow past a level of warming that world leaders have sought to prevent, according to a report released that theContinue reading “IPCC 6th assessment report: nature v/s nurture OR nurture with nature”
As the Taliban continues it’s terror journey in Afghanistan, Russia is stepping up to reach out through several efforts i.e. ‘Moscow Format’ of talks and ‘Extended Troika’ which is to held next week in Qatar, that is expected to be attended by Pakistan, China and the US. Probably…. keeping in mind that India is theContinue reading “TROIKA Talks and MILITARY Walk with RUSSIA”
Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani urged the international community “to review the narrative of the willingness of the Taliban and their supporters on embracing a political solution.” Antony Blinken warned the Taliban they would have to change if they wanted global acceptance. SOURCE–published from a syndicated feed Afghanistan would become a “pariah state” if the TalibanContinue reading ““Pariah State” & Global Acceptance”
As a new round of geopolitical jousting begins on India’s north-western frontiers, Delhi must deal with a number of new actors that have carved out a role for themselves in the region. My focus is on Turkey’s regional ambitions (particularly in Afghanistan) and their implications for India. Overambitious TurkeyAnkara negotiated with the US on takingContinue reading “On frame :India-Turkey relations”
The US troops are departing away after coordinating the 20-year-long war in Afghanistan, effectively ending their military operations in the country. India has concerned over the spiraling violence in Afghanistan. External affairs minister s Jaishankar has stressed the need for immediate reduction in the conflict in neighbouring country. Speaking at a joint press conference withContinue reading “AFGHANISTAN: So Far”
The article deals with India’s strategy to deepen the ties with African nations and suggest a critical review of the implementation of India’s strategy. Africa is considered a foreign policy priority by India.Even as the COVID-19 era began in March 2020, New Delhi took new initiatives to assist Africa through prompt despatch of medicines andContinue reading “Need for review of India’s foreign policy for Africa”
The article highlights the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on women and suggests measures to soften the impact. Widening gender employment gapEven prior to 2020, the gender employment gap was large.Only 18% of working-age women were employed as compared to 75% of men.Reasons include a lack of good jobs, restrictive social norms, and the burdenContinue reading “Socio-Economic Impact of Pandemic on Women”
This article talks about India’s alignment and balances with Russia, USA and China . Backgrounds of India’s balancing strategies following the disintegration of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), India soon realised Russia was much weaker than the erstwhile USSR and incapable of helping India balance potential threats from Beijing. On the other hand,Continue reading “Strategic-Alignment instead of Non-Alignment.”
Mr.Penpa Tsering has been elected as the President of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) based at McLeodganj (Dharamshala) is reduced to talk with the Chinese on sino-tibetan conflict Nearly Sixty four thousand eighty four Tibetans living in exile in India,Nepal North America,Europe, Australia and other countries participated in voting. China does not recognise the TibetContinue reading “THERING IN TIBET.”
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