As the war in Ukraine drags on, and NATO continues to pour treasure into propping up the Ukrainians, cracks appear in the Western Alliance.
Turkey’s opposition to the IMEC should come as no surprise as Ankara finds itself bypassed by this mouth-watering deal.
Will Prime Minister Kishida Fumio’s “new form of capitalism” jingle the growth counters for an ageing Japan?
The recently concluded ASEAN Summit failed to bring out any epoch-making agreements and it was business as usual.
After decades of upward growth, the post-pandemic reality is that China’s economy is slowing down amidst many hurdles.
Recently, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has officially visited Russia. This comes at a critical time for both countries.
In a landmark visit, President Bien laid the foundation of a strategic partnership with Vietnam, which put to rest the lingering animosity of a war lost.
Does the enlarged BRICS disrupt the dreams of achieving carbon neutrality before global warming gets beyond redemption?
Drugs play an important role in the economies of Latin American countries, and we will have to wait for the real outcome of the summit.
Elections in Zimbabwe appear to be more of a bane than a boon, ushering greater instability and confusion.
Gabon was the latest African country to join the growing list of nations succumbing to military coups.
Israel, Greece and Cyprus have agreed to invite India to a trilateral summit next year. This is a huge opportunity for India in an unexplored region.
Seasonal migration for work has been a reality in India for decades, if not centuries. What about the education of such children?
Is the growing unrest in Gilgit-Baltistan a symptom of a dangerous chasm opening in the country endangering its unity?
The 2024 U.S. presidential election is still a year away, but the race is already shaping to be contentious.
ONGC Videsh’s three-year extension for the Vietnamese oil block in the South China Sea could be the precursor of India’s fresh energy outreach.
As Zimbabwe’s president Mnangagwa wins a second term in a dubious election, what is in store for the Zimbabwean people?
An enlarged BRICS could work for the interests of the Global South, provided its inherent contradictions do not send it into a centrifugal out- of-control spin.
India can become a global destination for medical tourism. The general public in India becomes aware of its exemplary medical ..