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Eurasia Flare Up – Russian Distraction Or a Lurking World War ?

History has taught us that the nation which cannot manage its resources is bound to fail. The number of countries which are presently at logger heads with each other across…

By Levina

SCO Manifests Indian Strategic Autonomy

Indian participation at the 22nd Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization drew attention. It was a clear manifestation of India’s strategic autonomy as the SCO is widely regarded as a…

By Gurjit Singh

India makes cautious reaction to Russia-Ukraine grain exports deal

New Delhi, Jul 28 (PTI) In a guarded reaction to the UN-brokered grain exports agreement between Russia and Ukraine, India on Thursday said it would be welcomed by all if…

NATO’s Madrid Summit and the Potential Expansion to Include Finland and Sweden

With war in Eastern Europe, and one involving Russia, could a NATO summit be far behind. Ever since 1991 when the Soviet Union finally broke up and NATO rejoiced in…

By Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd)

Lessons From Ukraine

Omar Khayyam wrote: Yes, the first morning of creation wrote what the last dawn of reckoning shall read. However, in the present case the tragedy is unfolding sans a script.…

By K P Fabian

PM Modi speaks with Russian President Vladimir Putin; reiterates India’s position on Ukraine situation, favouring dialogue and diplomacy

New Delhi, Jul 1 (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday during which he reiterated India's long-standing position on the Ukraine situation, favouring dialogue and…

The Air War in Ukraine – Complexities and Challenges

As the Ukraine conflict enters 112th day, the global attention continues to be focused on the conflict between the two largest nations of Europe, Russia and Ukraine. Russia is moving…

By Air Marshal Anil Chopra (Retd)

A Hundred Days of Shocks and Surprises

The hundred days of a devastating war in Ukraine have proved once again that nothing is predictable in war, even in a David and Goliath kind of confrontation. In a…

By TP Sreenivasan

Jaishankar discusses bilateral ties, Ukraine war and Indo-Pacific with his Czech FM Jan Lipavsky

Prague, Jun 5 (PTI) External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met his Czech counterpart Jan Lipavsky here on Sunday and had a productive discussion on the steady progress in bilateral cooperation,…

Not India-related issue: MEA on procurement of Russian crude oil

New Delhi, Jun 2 (PTI) India once again asserted on Thursday that its procurement of crude oil from Russia is guided by its energy security requirements. Ministry of External Affairs…

China poses ‘most serious long-term challenge’ to international order, says Blinken

Washington, May 26 (PTI) Even as the US has united the rest of the world against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, China poses the most serious long-term challenge to the international…

Ukraine foreign minister urges global leaders to ‘kill Russian exports’

Davos, May 25 (PTI) Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba on Wednesday rejected the idea that Ukraine should give up territory for Russian President Vladimir Putin to save face and urged…