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India's terrorism narrative needs a rethink

India's terrorism narrative needs a rethink

'The crux of the matter is that our narrative lacks credibility with world capitals,' argues Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. Several hypotheses are afloat why China and Russia cold-shouldered India's high-level diplomacy to insert its tensions with Pakistan under the garb of 'terrorism' into the Goa Declaration of the BRICS Summit. For the Indian foreign and security policy establishment, the Goa Declaration must come as a diplomatic disaster. More so because the buck stops with Prime Minister ..., 5 days ago

China is the winner in India's surgical strikes at Pakistan

AT Top Writers, M.K. Bhadrakumar In the current Indo-Pak flare-up, China has taken a mature stance. Also Beijing has begun replacing Washington as the pre-eminent influence over Islamabad. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has no option but to ...
 Asia Times Online3 weeks ago US and China won't take sides in India-Pakistan fracas  Asia Times Online3 weeks ago
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Not in India's corner

By M K Bhadrakumar Following the Uri terrorist attack, attention has turned to India-Pakistan tensions, with the government mulling over options. The government hopes to mobilise the international community to pile pressure on Pakistan and ...
 South Asia Monitor3 weeks ago India's National Security: Will It Remain A Chimera?  Counter Currents1 month ago

If India can't build Chabahar, China will

The Modi government’s appalling inefficiency and lack of purpose stand exposed, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. My archives on India-Iran relations include a clipping from DNA newspaper from Mumbai, going back to May last year. It is a Press Trust of India report, Iran’s Chabahar port to be operational by December 2016: Nitin Gadkari, based on an exclusive interview with the Union minister of transport, coinciding with his visit to Teheran to finalise the Chabahar project.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Modi's travails do not end with surgical strikes at Pakistan

AT Top Writers, India, M.K. Bhadrakumar, South Asia Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi remains entrapped in his self-cultivated image of being a muscular Hindu nationalist leader. The contradiction needs to be resolved. The starting point lies in ...
 Asia Times Online3 weeks ago India's Modi mounts the Baluchi tiger  Asia Times Online2 months ago

'Our Leadership,Media Making Public Delusional About Pakistan'

ISLAMABAD:A former Indian diplomat, M.K. Bhadrakumar has criticized the Indian media as well as the bombastic [Indian] leadership for misleading and making the Indian public delusional on Pakistan. While watching various Delhi TV channels on ...
 Kashmir Observer3 weeks ago Why Indian public is delusional on Pakistan: former Indian diplomat  Associated Press of Pakistan1 month ago Why should India crave America's approval?  Rediff.com3 days ago India, Pakistan, and dilemma over Indus  Millennium Post3 weeks ago

Gulbuddin Hekmatyar's second coming is a US-Pakistan enterprise

By M.K. Bhadrakumar One of the most colorful figures of the Afghan jihad, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, recently signed a peace deal with Kabul which is also seen as a back-to-back US-Pakistan deal. Hekmatyar, who lives in Pakistan with his family, is ...
 RAWA2 weeks ago

Turkey's Euphrates Shield has turned into the Sword of Osman

AT Top Writers, M.K. Bhadrakumar, Middle East Although Euphrates Shield had exceeded its original mission and further extension of the operation involves political and military risks, Turkey is still eyeingcontrol of al-Bab tocreate for itself a ...
 Asia Times Online1 month ago

Pay heed to the butterfly effect of Putin-Salman oil deal in Hangzhou

AT Top Writers, M.K. Bhadrakumar The Russia-Saudi bonding inHangzhou seems a tactical congruence to keep oil prices stable.Their energy alliance holds implications for western economic recovery which is critically linked to oil prices. In ...
 Asia Times Online1 month ago

Turkey's new sultan drives Uncle Sam, Ivan and Ali up the wall

AT Top Writers, M.K. Bhadrakumar Turkey's display of strategic autonomy during itsintervention in Syria has unnerved the U.S., Russia and Iran.Ankaracan give threedays notice to cancel access for the US to the Incirlik base. As the military ...
 Asia Times Online1 month ago
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