Monthly Archives: February 2022

Joint statement by ‘P5′ countries restrains AUKUS practices


By Wei Dongxu Leaders of the five Nuclear-Weapon States, namely China, France, Russia, the UK and the US on Monday issued a joint statement on preventing nuclear war and avoiding arms races. This is the first time for leaders of

Winter is a gift for believers


By Bismah Mirza Its winter and that time of the year, where it rains, snow, and the sky has shades of grey, gloom and blue. Many people suffer from seasonal affective disorder, during this time people stay sad or suffer

US reminds India it’s showtime


By M. K. Bhadrakumar Pegasus, CAATSA, Nagaland prime facie, they’ve nothing in common. At least, reading the Indian press, one gets that impression. But it is always important to connect the dots to understand where the trail is leading to.

Many good reasons to demilitarise Siachen. But India-Pakistan ties too torn to allow it


After 10 years, India has spoken about Siachen. Army chief General Naravane said that the country wasn’t opposed to demilitarisation of the glacier By Lt Gen (R) DS Hooda The Chief of Army Staff’s annual conference on 12 January was

Expert warns of impending ‘genocide’ of Muslims in India


Gregory Stanton, who founded the Genocide Watch group, is sounding the alarm on violence against Muslims in India By Rifat Fareed A genocide of Muslims in India could be about to take place, an expert said to have predicted the

Russia’s shadows in West Africa’s Sahel region


The West’s neo-colonialist agenda is being checkmated by both China’s formidable presence as well as Moscow’s deployment of military trainers in Mali By M.K. Bhadrakumar Mali’s transitional government clarified that it is engaged with Russian military trainers even as French

Stop the Neocons from Starting a war!


By Eric S. Margolis Amid surging tensions over Ukraine, the head of Germany’s navy had the courage to voice Europe’s fears over this totally unnecessary, contrived crisis. In a speech to an Indian think tank, Vice Admiral Kay-Achim Schonbach proposed

Why Russia fears a Ukrainian offensive


It’s possible that the Kremlin believes Ukraine is planning a military seizure of Crimea and Donbass and is weighing options as it amasses troops By Anna Arutunyan As the Jan. 10 bilateral security talks between Russia and the U.S. approach

Putin and Xi plot their SWIFT escape


Russia and China’s announcement of an independent financial trading platform will free nations under US sanctions from western intrusion into their commercial activities By Pepe Escobar Vladimir Putin got straight to the point. At the opening of his one hour

Pragmatic proposals for effectively managing Russian – Turkish media disagreements


By Andrew Korybko Unexpected, fast-moving, and violent developments such as the latest ones in that geostrategic Central Asian nation prompt speculation about their causes and outcomes, including the motivations of key stakeholders in Kazakhstan’s stability like Russia and Turkey. The