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US Secretary James Mattis and Indian Minister of Defense Nirmala Sitharaman held delegation level talks, main agenda apparently was to finalise various acquisition programmes
The U.S.-India relationship is a natural partnership between the world’s oldest and the world's largest democracies said Secretary Mattis
After the most recent Twitter War, in which they accused each other for instability in Afghanistan, US President Donald Trump and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan seem to have made up rather quickly
As Indian and Chinese Prime Ministers are set to meet on November 13-15 followed by the India-China special representative (SR) on November 23-25, outcome of the US China high level interactions may be important.
While enhancing strategic communication between the minister secretaries on both sides, the Second US China Diplomatic & Security Dialogue underlined persistent differences over core issues
Chinese State Councilor ,Minister of National Defense Wei Fenghe,U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis , discussed bilateral and miliary-to-military ties.
Chinese- U.S. officials said, two countries have vast room for cooperation ,should work jointly to enhance cooperation on trade, military, law enforcement, counter-terrorism etc.
United States in a dilemma of sanctioning India under the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA)
Chinese State Councilor Wei Fenghe agreed with US Secretary of Defense James Mattis to control risks , deepen mutual trust to make relations between two militaries a stabilizer for China-U.S. relationship.
Negotiations between the United States and the Afghan Taliban for a political settlement stuck over the issue of maintenance of U.S. military bases in the country
One more step in India’s retaining the modicum of strategic autonomy through what some call as “Please All diplomacy,” that also serves India’s national interests.
Russia is not giving up on efforts to destabilize Afghanistan,drive divisions between United States,its coalition partners said ,General John Nicholson.
Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, pushing back against Pentagon own estimates suggesting Islamic State terror group retaining significant capabilities in Iraq and Syria, well-positioned to rebuild lost caliphate.
Taliban is in no hurry to talk peace with the Afghan government unless it is for sharing power in the country
India and the US are set to hold the 2+2 Dialogue on 6 July after a long delay due to scheduling challenges where JCPOA, CAATSA & GSP will be key issues
Despite recent rapprochement (s) in the Asia Pacific geo-political risks seems to have elevated due to turbulence in the Middle East among other factors
Admiral Sunil Lanba, on bilateral visit visit to USA.
Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Dana W. White provided readout of Secretary of Defense James Mattis visit to Islamabad.
Major General Asif Ghafoor acknowledged existence of links between countrys Inter-Services Intelligence and militant groups operating in Pakistan.
Joint press conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, President Ashraf Ghani and James Mattis.
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