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The Third India-Central Asia Dialogue: Towards Greater Cooperation

Introduction The Third India-Central Asia Dialogue will take place in New Delhi on 18th-19th December, 2021. Foreign Ministers of all the five Central Asian states viz Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan…

By Amb Ashok Sajjanhar

EU to broaden Belarus sanctions on Monday – Borrell

PARIS (Reuters) - EU foreign ministers will widen sanctions on Belarus on Monday to include airlines and travel agencies thought to involved in bringing migrants to the bloc's border, the…

A Foreign Policy for the Next Decade

A report authored by eight strategic thinkers, including two former foreign secretaries and hosted on the website of the Centre of Policy Research (CPR), entitled ‘India’s Path to Power: Strategy…

By TP Sreenivasan

Joe Biden – President Who Pulled Punches When it Mattered

Hours after the last U.S. troops and diplomats were out of Afghanistan, President Joe Biden said in an address at the White House that Washington will continue to support the…

By Reuters and Chanakya Forum

China Debt-Traps Nations With Confidentiality Clauses

Beijing [China], August 25 (ANI): China, which is the world's largest creditor, is shockingly using confidentiality clauses barring borrowers from revealing terms and conditions of the engagement or even the…

Hostage diplomacy: China’s key tool to pressure rivals escalates war risk

Tokyo [Japan], August 15 (ANI): China has been exercising hostage diplomacy for a long time to pressure its rivals and superpowers in an attempt to get some leverages for Beijing's…

Chanakya-Latent Influence on Indian Strategic Thoughts

Chanakya-Latent Influence on Indian Strategic Thoughts This platform with a quintessentially Indian soul and a vision to be a credible publication on geopolitics, foreign affairs, national security and defence, chooses…

Diplomacy and Tragic Flaw of Overconfidence

Diplomacy and Tragic Flaw of Overconfidence My book, ‘Modiplomacy Through a Shakespearean Prism’ is structured like a Shakespearean play, divided into five parts or acts--the first act is ‘exposition’, which…