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What's the point talking to Pakistan?
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What's the point talking to Pakistan?

On Tuesday, Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar revealed the real reason for the Modi government calling off the talks with Pakistan. Today, Ambassador T P Sreenivasan says, 'India had nothing to gain by the talks except for some brownie points from the US for being reasonable. Pakistan desperately needed the talks to get arms and money from the Americans.' India has an established position that the peace process with Pakistan shall remain suspended till the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks are ... Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
On Not Talking To Pakistan: Commentariat Outlook India, 4 weeks ago

What draws Modi to China

By M K Bhadrakumar What readily comes to mind are the lyrics of the famous Frank Sinatra song. Watching the "falling leaves drift by the window … I see your lips, the summer kisses/The sunburned hands I used to hold …" These wistful lines of ...
 Asia Times Online1 day ago

Pakistan's Sharif can pull it off

By M K Bhadrakumar As I wrote in an earlier blog (), the fact is that the decision by the all-powerful collegium of corps commanders meeting in the GHQ in Rawalpindi last Sunday against a military takeover in Pakistan has worked to the advantage ...
 Asia Times Online1 week ago

US gets dream team in Kabul, almost

M K Bhadrakumar At first glance, the visit by the US Secretary of State John Kerry to Kabul in the weekend may appear to be a success. But Kerry himself didn't think so, and was alternatively joyful and moody in his assessment. Kerry, in the ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago

Islamic State and the Afghan analogy

http://blogs.rediff.com/mkbhadrakumar/2014/09/03/islamic-state-and-the-afghan-analogy/ M K Bhadrakumar September 3, 2014 The Islamic State is threatening to define the United States foreign policies in the near term. The stark message conveyed in ...
 Groong1 week ago
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Can Modi change India's foreign policy beyond recognition?

'What gives hope is that Modi's own leadership is vitally linked to his capacity to deliver on the economic front. Indeed, if he succeeds, India's foreign policies will have changed beyond recognition,' feels Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. The widespread expectation in India and abroad had been that the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi would maintain 'continuity' in India's foreign policy. As recently as end-July, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj affirmed, 'We think that ...
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Destabilizing Russia, A Nuclear Power: Is the U.S. Trying to Implement Regime Change in Russia?

America Has Undertaken Regime Change In Many Countries Before In 1957, the U.S. and British governments planned regime change in Syria … because it was drifting too close to the Soviet Union. 20 years ago, influential U.S. government ...
 Global Research2 weeks ago
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The real reason why India scuttled Pakistan talks

'Despite Modi's high-flown rhetoric about good-neighbourly relationships in South Asia, he lacks a road map how to proceed -- be it with Bangladesh or with Sri Lanka and Pakistan... But a deeper question arises here: Did he duck on his own accord or under the diktat from the RSS, asks Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. The Indian decision to call off the foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan scheduled for the coming Monday is simply appalling. The justification being proffered -- that ...
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Modi leads India to the Silk Road

With Beijing having had a profound rethink on India's admission as a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, the tectonic plates of the geopolitics of a massive swathe of the planet stretching from the Asia-Pacific to West Asia are dramatically shifting. That grating noise in the Central Asian steppes will be heard far and wide -- as far as North America, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. On the face of it, China has so far been reluctant about India's admission as a full member of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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