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Reading The Terrorism Tea Leaves : Review of ISIS Activities
James Miller
Apr 22, 2016
But while the territory controlled by IS bears many of the hallmarks of an actual state, the "caliphate" that IS wishes to establish is not just physical. One of its goals is to conduct terrorism outside of the Middle East.
Book Review “JFK’S Forgotten Crisis. Tibet. The CIA. And the Sino-Indian War.”
Mohan Guruswamy
Apr 16, 2016
The complex tale of the evolution of India-USA relations is well known.
Parrikar's Statement to Media on Carter Visit
PIB Press Release
Apr 12, 2016
India and the United States are both strongly committed to a rule-based international order. We will continue to work together to maintain peace and stability and to maintain an enabling framework for progress and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific.
US Defence Secretary Carter Visit: A Test of India’s Multi-Alignment Foreign Policy
Rahul Bhonsle
Apr 8, 2016
With the best interests of Indo US defence relations in mind the visit even if it does not achieve goals specified at the outset would be another forwards step in bilateral engagement contributing to the larger strategic partnership.
Iran and the UNSC Resolution 2231 (2015)
Security Risks Monitor
Apr 2, 2016
Long-term and proper solution to Iranian nuclear issue culminated in Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Remarks of US Secretary of State With Indian National Security Advisor
PIB Press Release
Apr 1, 2016
New government of Prime Minister Modi has come and we have taken our relationship to new heights said, John Kerry.
A stronger EU-India Strategic Partnership
MEA India Media Release
Apr 1, 2016
Global partners and world's largest democracies reaffirmed their commitment to strengthen the EU-India Strategic Partnership.
Russia’s Choice in Syria
ICG Report
Mar 30, 2016
Moscow’s intend to withdrawing “main part“ of military assets that it deployed to Syria.
Beyond Exercise Northern Thunder in Saudi Arabia
Security Risks Research
Mar 24, 2016
Pakistan marching shoulder to shoulder in concluding ceremony of the twelve-day North Thunder military drills immensely impressive.
India Iran Renewal of Ties Post Sanctions
PIB Press Release
Mar 5, 2016
India welcomed the announcement of lifting of nuclear-related sanctions against Iran in January 2016.
“Let’s Be Ambitious Together” US Pacific Commander at Raisina Dialogue
Security Risks Monitor
Mar 5, 2016
Raisina Dialogue Remarks.
Former Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga says Sri Lanka could be a bridge for South Asian nations
Colombo Page
Mar 4, 2016
Sri Lanka could be bridge for all South Asian nations as it has good relations with all said President Chandrika Kumaratunga.
Raisina Dialogue, Cold War 2.0 and India’s Foreign Policy
Rahul Bhonsle
Mar 3, 2016
The theme of the first Raisina Dialogue in New Delhi from 01 to 03 March appropriately was geo-politics and geo-economics and a search for India’s foreign policy direction which will be challenged by Cold War 2.0
Maldives – Stability Projections and Trends
SR Research
Jan 28, 2016
Maldives political reconciliation essential
A Year of Smart Diplomacy: Milestones 2015
PIB Press Release
Dec 22, 2015
Achievements of the MEA
India Continues to Play Safe on Maldives
SR Research
Nov 25, 2015
Recent meeting between Shrimati Sushma Swaraj and Mrs. Dunya Maumoon was no different.
Ratify motor vehicle agreement soon say ambassadors
Bhutan Kuensel online
Nov 24, 2015
Seminar organized by Asian Development Bank to disseminate information on agreement.
Bhutan to have an heir, His Majesty announces
BBS Report
Nov 13, 2015
His Majesty the King announced that Gyaltsuen Jetsun Pema is expecting a prince.
Vice President Outlines Indian Stakes Policy in West Asia
PIB Press Release
Oct 11, 2015
India's West Asia Policy outline
Nearly 100 countries had or still have border disputes
Security Risks Monitor
Oct 6, 2015
Nearly 100 countries developed and developing fighting over disputed frontiers ambiguous maritime boundary claims and undefined borders.
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