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While the World is battling one of the gravest pandemics in human history, legacy conflict zones across Asia Pacific from North Korea to Afghanistan and Iraq continue to remain flash points
A realistic appraisal of critical geopolitical trends in a post-COVID 19 World is necessary for India to adjust foreign policy goals and devote diplomatic resources accordingly.
India reportedly agrees not to refer to COVID 19 as China Virus, indicating a balanced response in the ongoing geopolitical controversy over the issue between the United States and China
COVID 19 has disrupted the process of pull out by US troops from Afghanistan after the same commenced a couple of days after signing of Agreement with the Taliban on 29 February
The national military organisation has set up 48 tents outside its headquarters as a dummy quarantine site to conduct training of personnel to handle corona virus positive cases
Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh held a telephonic conversation with his United States counterpart Secretary of Defence Dr Mark T Esper while in Pakistan Esper spoke to the Army Chief
Except for the severe epidemic situation in Iran along the “Belt and Road”, there are less confirmed cases in most countries and are basically controllable.
Even as the United States and China are engaged in an ugly diplomatic spat over issues related to COVID 19, in Asia India and China are engaged in strengthening relations with partners.
Taji base, about 15km (nine miles) north of Baghdad, hosts foreign troops from the US-led coalition, whose mission is to train and advise Iraqi security forces and is the scene of much of the action in the past one week
Rocket attacks by PMU on Coalition base in Iraq leading to three service personnel killed and retaliatory response denotes possibility of escalation in the Iraq – Syria belt.
Return to violence, Afghan President's reluctance to release Taliban prisoners, President Trump's remarks that Taliban may return to power are markers that the peace agreement is floundering
India’s Ministry of External Affairs Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar elaborated on Indian response to the US and Taliban Agreement as well as the one between the Afghan government and the United States.
India adopts robust diplomatic response as Iran joined other countries expressing serious reservations over violence in Delhi .
Mr Rajnath Singh, India’s Defence Minister from his personal Twitter Account @Rajnath Singh on India’s no first use nuclear commitment on a visit to Pokhran led to a question in the parliament
A year after the Indian Air Force Balakote strike anniversary on Feb 26, a new concept for responding to terrorist attacks from Pak based groups seem to be under consideration by the Indian Armed Forces.
Kabul’s reluctance, legal and administrative difficulties in release of Taliban prisoners, resumption of violence by the Taliban ending RIV denotes intra Afghan talks to commence by 10 March could be delayed.
Fragile states with multiple fault lines as Iraq and Afghanistan cannot be molded to an external framework be it of democracy or socialism/communism through armed interventions
NATO welcomes significant first steps in pursuit of peaceful settlement to conflict in Afghanistan, Alliance and partners in Resolute Support Mission will implement adjustments, including reduction to military presence.
Given the nature of the agreement that involved one state and one non state actor the US and Taliban, difficulties in implementation emerge from the very first day.
The Islamic Republic of Iran believes that a lasting peace agreement in Afghanistan can be achieved only through an intra-Afghan dialogue with the participation of political groups in the country
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