INTERNATIONAL

Does Jinping’s Wish to Make China a Global Power Equal Trouble ?

As the Communist Party cannot rule without creating resentment, Jinping’s wish to make China a global power may not only land him in trouble, but might bring China to a dead-end. China is a big country, a powerful state, but

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An overview of India’s International Ties

Although India is set to buy the S-400 missile systems from Russia, if they wish to fix their ties with Moscow, India must diminish all Russian concerns – especially accepting their relationship with Pakistan. The Russian S-400 Air Defence Missile

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India has to the Balancing Act with US and China to Preserve its Strategic Autonomy

India has to play the balancing act through multi-alignment with the US and China in order to positively engage with the countries and preserve its strategic autonomy. After the second India-China Maritime Affairs Dialogue held in Beijing last week, it

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Can the Canniest Politician, Nawaz Sharif perform Houdini-like escape this time?

Nawaz Sharif, being one of the canniest politicians in the world, will try his best to get out of the jail. But can he be successful in performing a Houdini-like escape this time? Nawaz Sharif would never have imagined that

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Humanoid Robot Sophia visits India, falls in love with the ‘Colourful and Diverse’ country

Humanoid Robot Sophia, who was in India, says the country is colourful, diverse and beautiful. Developed by Hong Kong-based company Hanson Robotics, Sophia is modelled after actress Audrey Hepburn, and is known for her human-like appearance and behaviour compared to

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Who Was the Real Benazir Bhutto?

There are a number of different takes people have when it comes to the what the real Benazir Bhutto. With all the different versions, Sashanka S Banerjee will always believe that Benazir Bhutto was the woman who first offended him

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Daniel Ortega: Presidency in Jeopardy?

Sharply diving the Nicaraguan society, the President, Daniel Ortega, fails to acknowledge that the public’s mood may cost him his presidentship. As public protest in Nicaragua has deepened, Daniel Ortega, the embattled President of the country, is battling for his

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Brexit Comes to a Standstill: What Now?

The power of Brexiteers’ lie in their threat to have the ability to stage a revolt that fatally splits the Conservative Party, overthrows May, and precipitates an early election. Even with Donald Trump scheduled for a brief visit to the

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Plight of Hindu and Sikh Minorities in Afghanistan

Religious minorities in Afghanistan such as Hindus and Sikhs have been at the receiving end due to decades of internal conflict. International organisations’ failure to acknowledge their plight adds insult to injury. India’s foreign policy has its task cut out

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SAVE THE BOYS

The world is transfixed by the ongoing rescue effort for the boys trapped in a cave in Thailand and their will to survive Hardly does a story of human endeavour feature in the chaos and conflict of information and interpretation.

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