Category Archives: America

What explains America’s antagonism toward China?


By Zhang Jun In the last few years, the view of China as a strategic rival has taken over the American political mainstream, with leaders largely choosing confrontation over cooperation. Two features of this shift stand out: how quickly it

Biden actually wants to engage Russia and China


Sinophobia and Russophobia are deeply entrenched in Washington but Biden is trying to navigate a more pragmatic approach By M K Bhadrakumar Anyone who tried to divine Russian policy on the Biden presidency out of the corpus of statements by

Unreliable alliance between India and US

By Mirza Kashif Baig The American establishment has a typical imperialistic mindset and their greed for power know no bounds. America puts on the mask of a hero but its real face is that of a tyrant who would do

Biden’s Initiatives in the South Asian Region


By General Mirza Aslam Beg President Biden’s initiatives are focussed mainly on four of our immediate neighbours: China, Afghanistan, Iran and India. India, as the strategic partner of USA will be acting as the proxy to his designs. These developments

SCO Unity Shall Provide Positive Results  In Global Forums


The Interaction Desk The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is an intergovernmental organization composed of China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan founded in Shanghai in 2001. Originally formed as a confidence-building forum to demilitarize borders, the organization’s goals and agenda

USA Trying to Discredit SCO Through the Conflict  Between India and Pakistan


The Interaction Desk The United States of America to establish its primacy which has been challenged by several states of the world is trying to destabilize many countries and trying to undermine Shanghai Cooperation Organization by flaming the conflict between

US military begins final withdrawal from Afghanistan


The top American commander, Gen. Austin S. Miller, says he is often asked whether the Afghan forces are ready to fight the Taliban alone. His answer? ‘They must be ready.’ By Thomas Gibbons-Neff The U.S. military has begun its complete

‘NATO to exit Afghanistan along with US’


Around 7,000 non-U.S. forces from mainly NATO countries rely on the U.S. for air support, leadership Foreign troops under NATO command will withdraw from Afghanistan in coordination with a U.S. pull-out by September 11, Washington’s top diplomat said on Wednesday,

The US is exporting instability and war, not freedom and democracy

By Dennis Etler The U.S. tries to portray itself as the global champion of “freedom and democracy.” But what do those words really mean when used by the U.S.? History shows that when the U.S. talks about freedom, they are

How US Navy exposed the limits of Indo-US strategic cooperation


By Syed Muhammad Ali A seemingly small but significant incident has served a timely warning to the United States that it should neither over-estimate Indian security commitment against China nor neglect the ultimate and longstanding Indian ambition of eventually becoming