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Fake History Is Changing Global Perceptions of Reality
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Fake History Is Changing Global Perceptions of Reality
January 4, 2020

Wayne Madsen writes on how historical facts are being discarded and replaced with alternate chronicles of humanity’s past across the world.

Hair-Trigger Nuclear Alert Over Kashmir
August 11, 2019

Previous Indian leaders have been cautious. But not PM Modi. He is showing signs of power intoxication.

Hair-Trigger Nuclear Alert Over Kashmir
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Modi’s Ship Hits the Kashmir Iceberg
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Modi’s Ship Hits the Kashmir Iceberg
July 26, 2019

India’s strategic ambivalence in the contemporary world order, characterised by growing multipolarity, is becoming increasingly untenable. Modi’s forthcoming visit to Russia in September and the visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to India in October will provide significant pointers to the Indian policies in the changing regional and international milieu.

Iran at the center of the Eurasian riddle
June 18, 2019

Virtually unknown across the West, the SCO is the foremost Eurasian political, economic and security alliance. It’s not a Eurasian NATO. It’s not planning any humanitarian imperialist adventures. The SCO is bound to significantly expand by 2020, with possible full membership for both Turkey and Iran. It will then feature all major players of Eurasia integration

Iran at the center of the Eurasian riddle
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Modi-wave 2.0 sweeps Indian elections
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Modi-wave 2.0 sweeps Indian elections
May 25, 2019

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has won a historic second term in what was one of the bitterest electoral contests ever fought in India. But instead of “To the victor goes the spoils” the appropriate comment might be to wonder, “Will the victory be spoiled?” – by, for example, severe economic problems.

Bromance Before Business as Modi Visits Abe’s Holiday Home
October 30, 2018

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe invited Indian Premier Narendra Modi so his holiday home on Sunday in what is reportedly a diplomatic first as the two leaders kicked off their two-day summit in chummy fashion.

Bromance Before Business as Modi Visits Abe’s Holiday Home
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India-Russia Relations Go Way Beyond Defence Deals
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India-Russia Relations Go Way Beyond Defence Deals
October 15, 2018

It is sound realism that in a multipolar world, India strengthens relationships with Russia with whom it has common interests in regard of the emerging world order.

US-Indian Relations: Trump Gets a Unique Partner for America First
September 18, 2018

Trump appears bullish that when push comes to shove, the present Indian government will bend to Washington’s diktats.

US-Indian Relations: Trump Gets a Unique Partner for America First
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