Category Archives: America

The border challenge

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The PLA has blemished the Modi Government’s muscular image created in the wake of Uri and Balakot responses against Pakistan, which won it an overwhelming political mandate By Ashok K Mehta One’s blood boils watching the way India and its

War of the maps in South Asia

War of the maps

‘The Modi government’s grandstanding has hardened the reflexes in Beijing, Islamabad and Kathmandu and complicated India’s relations with these three countries, which were even otherwise highly problematic.’ By Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar The unveiling of a ‘new political map’ of

We are all Americans!

By M. K. Bhadrakumar On several templates, the Democratic candidate in the November election in the US Joe Biden’s choice of Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate becomes an extraordinary development. Biden, the consummate politician, has made a thoughtful

Trump lame duck bodes well for international security

By M. K. Bhadrakumar The commencement of the lame duck period of the Donald Trump presidency is marked by the departure of two high-ranking officials of the US state department in the last two days. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

Is the United States a Failing State?

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A Failed State? By Richard Falk To ask whether the United States, the world’s dominant military power, is ‘a failing state’ should cause worldwide anxiety. Such a state, analogous to a wounded animal, is a global menace of unprecedented proportions

Is the US up for a Naval war with China?

By Patrick J. Buchanan Is the U.S., preoccupied with a pandemic and a depression that medical crisis created, prepared for a collision with China over Beijing’s claims to the rocks, reefs and resources of the South China Sea? For that

US biological laboratories

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The Turkmen way By Andrew Korybko It is appropriate to note that President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov managed not to fall for “favorable” offers and prevented the construction and placement of dubious biological laboratories on the territory of the country.

United States should withdraw from Indo-Pacific Conception

By Nusrat Mirza Chief Editor “Monthly Interaction” The world intellectuals are of the opinion that the days of USA’s primacy over the globe is fading day by day. Still the old program to maintain its upper hand is on board

How the United State and Israel exchange tactics in violence and control

Two decades of Israeli-US police cooperation includes training in racial profiling and violent suppression of protests By Mersiha Gadzo Following the killing of George Floyd, as US riot police fired rubber-coated bullets, tear gas canisters, pepper spray and stun grenades

Foreign policy by example

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Crisis at home makes the United States vulnerable abroad By Richard Haass Analysts of international affairs rarely focus on how the domestic condition of the United States shapes the country’s influence and role in the world, but today the connection