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INDIA’S MILITARY DIPLOMACY TAKES WINGS

India is at centre stage of the world as it grows to become the fifth largest economy. In every country’s history there comes a time of reckoning when it gets…

By Maj Gen (Dr) Rajan Kochhar (Retd)

MILITARY DIPLOMACY AND INDIA’s PROJECTION OF HARD POWER

The recently concluded G 20 summit in Delhi could be largely concluded to a diplomatic victory for India as the much elusive consensus emerged after extreme prolonged negotiations culminating in…

By Maj Gen (Dr) Rajan Kochhar (Retd)

Sudan Crisis – A Perpetual State of War

2023 - A year marked with numerous developments in the geopolitical front ranging from the Russia - Ukraine Conflict, The United States great banking collapse to the anticipation of the…

Terrorism in Africa: A Threat to World Peace and Security

Terrorism is the biggest threat to world peace and security, and Africa is now facing this threat. Africa has been tormented by terrorism, with various terrorist organisations accomplishing their terror…

Africa plays important role in India’s foreign policy: EAM Jaishankar

New Delhi, Jul 19 (PTI) The African continent plays an important role in India's foreign policy outlook and the two-way engagement has seen a major upswing in the last eight…

India plans to strengthen its partnership with Africa in various Areas : Shri Piyush Goyal

India plans to strengthen its partnership with Africa in four areas to fulfil aspirations of both the countries. First area is solar power, this will help bring clean energy, energy…

VP Naidu calls for exploring India-Gabon cooperation in green energy, health and agriculture

Libreville (Gabon), Jun 1 (PTI) India attaches utmost priority to its relationship with Africa, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has said, as he called for stepping up bilateral cooperation in…

West African leaders set deadlines for ‘recalcitrant’ coup-hit states

By Cooper Inveen ACCRA (Reuters) -West Africa's main political and economic bloc said on Friday it would give Mali's military transitional government 12 to 16 months to arrange elections and…

The Chinese Checkers in the Middle East

China has emerged as a force to reckon with in the Middle East after quietly pursuing its strategic, economic and security objectives for decades while expanding the tentacles of its…

By Anil Trigunayat

Taiwan to host Somaliland ministers in Africa diplomacy push

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan will host a high-level delegation from Somalia's breakaway Somaliland region this week, the government said on Monday, as the island pursues diplomacy in Africa in the…

A Russian Scramble for Africa

The demise of Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, the overthrown President of Mali,  on 16 January 2022 brought focus back on the military coup in Mali. The military coup had tried to…

By Gurjit Singh

Guinea Bissau president survives W. Africa’s latest coup attempt

By Edward McAllister OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Cheering crowds welcomed Guinea Bissau President Umaro Sissoco Embalo's election victory in 2020, but his opponents alleged fraud. When he was sworn in before…