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USSR always believed Rajiv not Sanjay would succeed Indira: CIA files

USSR always believed Rajiv not Sanjay would succeed Indira: CI...

Indira Gandhi’s efforts to promote her younger son Sanjay as her successor were not taken seriously by the then Soviet Union and it anticipated that Rajiv would be her heir apparent, as per declassified Central Intelligence Agency documents. In a report prepared a day after Indira Gandhi’s assassination on October 31, 1984, the CIA assessed that Moscow will be well placed to manipulate India’s heightened security concerns in the wake of her killing and Rajiv’s success in ..., 1 month ago

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Thatcher's resignation shocked leaders in US, USSR: Archives

The resignation of Britain's first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1990 sent shockwaves among her allies in the US and then USSR, according to a secret Downing Street file released today. Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

The Fall of the Red Colossus: Why the USSR's fate is still important

By Vikas Datta Dec 25 (IANS): An era came to an end on this day a quarter of a century ago. The lowering of the red flag with the hammer and sickle insignia on the evening of December 25, 1991, marked the demise of a state founded on pure theoretical ...
 Daiji World2 months ago 5.(SUNDAY) The Fall of the Red Colossus: Why the USSR's fate is still important  Prokerala2 months ago

Oil diplomacy: Donald Trump mulls another 'reset' with Russia

Opening of Russia's oil industry to American companies began shortly after the collapse of the USSR
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

How the USSR’s effort to destroy Islam created a generation of radicals

for Central Asia: "teaching the people of the Kirgiz Steppe, the small Uzbek cotton grower, and the Turkmenian gardener the ideals of the Leningrad worker." It was a tall order, especially when it came to religion. About 90 percent of the population there was ...
 MSN India1 month ago

Happiness still elusive in Russia, many ex-Soviet states 25 years after USSR - survey

LONDON (Reuters) - A quarter of a century after the collapse of the Soviet Union, life satisfaction in Russia and other ex-Soviet states remains stubbornly low, and enthusiasm for democracy and open market economics is wavering, a survey published on Tuesday ...
 Reuters2 months ago

Funskool looks at expanding market to Latin America, other markets

Funskool, a toy manufacturing company and part of MRF LKd, is looking at expanding its presence to the Latin American and the erstwhile USSR market to increase its exports. The company, which is expected to clock in a revenue of Rs 220 crore this year, is ...
 Business Standard14 hours ago

Cut & Thrust: Interesting times

Russia’s ultra nationalist supreme leader, the all powerful Vladimir Putin last week said that, “It is in everyone’s interest to resume dialogue between the intelligence agencies of the US and other members of NATO. It is absolutely clear that in the ...
 The Financial Chronicle5 days ago
Business Standard

Japan issues protest to Russia over naming five islands of Kurile chain

[Russia], Feb. 14(ANI): Tokyo has issued a protest to Moscow after Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a resolution giving names to five previously nameless islands of the Kurile chain, also claimed by Japan. "This is unacceptable and runs counter ...
 Sify1 week ago

The end of the world, as we knew it

'An isolationist US and a disintegrating European Union will create a power vacuum that only China is in a position to fill -- a conclusion that is uncomfortable but unavoidable,' says Nitin Desai.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/   On January 20, 2017 a speech delivered from the steps of the Capitol in Washington, DC signalled the end of the post-war world order. The country that led the development of this order elected a president whose inaugural speech rejected practically every ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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