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Having received renewed criticism from the US and Afghanistan about Pakistan’s inability to curb regional terrorism, the National Security Committee (NSC) met last week to chart out a path forward on its relationships with both India and Afghanistan.

 
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The latest stand-off in Sikkim and the venomous discourse reflects China’s desire to break the age-old bonhomie between Bhutan and India

 
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Nothing is permanent in international relations; alliances are constantly shifting and relationships between states are made and broken.

 
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The bear hug between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump was the takeaway image from their meeting in Washington. Here were two bitterly divisive figures who had come to power through ultra-nationalist campaigns that demonised minorities.

 
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Prime Minister Theresa May could have easily ignored, without anyone noticing, the vengeful white Briton who drove his truck into a crowd of Muslim worshippers, mowing down a few and killing one. After all, England had not yet fully recovered from the terror carnage in Manchester and London inflicted by home-grown Muslims.

 

As the standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in the India-China-Bhutan tri-junction continues, it is important to take a step back and look at the problem through the prism of the larger foreign-policy stakes for India at play.

 

As the standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in the India-China-Bhutan tri-junction continues, it is important to take a step back and look at the problem through the prism of the larger foreign-policy stakes for India at play.

 
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Watching the televised January 26 meetings of Prime Minister Modi and President Trump in Shanghai with Chinese academic colleagues, these International Relations professors concluded that the visit must be viewed as a success from the Indian perspective.

 
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Pakistan has termed as “completely unjustified” the US move to declare Syed Salahuddin, chief of the Hizbul Mujahideen, a Specially Designated Global Terrorist.

 

It is difficult to figure out just what is happening in the ongoing face-off between India and China on the India-China-Bhutan tri-junction, or specifically the point where the three Himalayan regions — Sikkim, Tibet and Bhutan — meet.

 


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