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Bring the troops home from Korea

Jacob G. Hornberger | There is one good solution to the Korean crisis, one that the mainstream press commentators simply will not confront. It’s not...

US-Russia ties are heading south

M K Bhadrakumar | The US-Russia diplomatic tit-for-tat escalated with the announcement in Washington on Thursday ordering the Russians to shut down their consulate in San Francisco as...

US silence on Doklam issue is ominous

Enayat Zeb | Ever since the beginning of the Doklam stand-off between China and India, one country has been conspicuously quiet: The United States of...

Rising tension between Russia and NATO

News Analysis | A NATO F-16 fighter jet buzzed a plane carrying Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu as it flew over the Baltic Sea, but...

Tense China & India Relations: How building bridges doesn’t always help

The building of Dhola Sadiya bridge in Arunachal Pradesh by India has not gone unnoticed and has attracted Chinese criticism. China on Monday asked India...

Why South Asian Women politicians have not empowered women in their...

On the Indian subcontinent, as in no other part of the world, women have risen to the pinnacle of politics. Indira Gandhi of India,...

South China Sea conflict: Far Off? No Pakistani position is important…

Saud Bin Ahsen | In the past few months, the South China Sea region became a hotbed of growing controversy when the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)...

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