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What's the point talking to Pakistan?

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 ..., 2 months ago
On Not Talking To Pakistan: Commentariat Outlook India, 2 months ago

Last sunrise for the UK?

By M K Bhadrakumar The sun may never again rise on the United Kingdom after this weekend. By the "breakfast time" on Friday the outcome of the closely-fought referendum in Scotland will be known. It's a toss up. Did the last-minute intervention by ...
 Asia Times Online1 month 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 month 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 month ago

US, Turkey part ways over Syria By M K Bhadrakumar Oct. 21, 2014 President Barack Obama's strategy in the fight against the Islamic State in Syria gets considerable clarity with the 4-line ...
 Groong2 days ago

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 month ago

The AngloZionist Empire is at War with Russia

By The Saker The context: A double declaration of war September 28, 2014 "ICH" - "Vineyard of the Saker" - Listening to ...
 Groong3 weeks ago Saker analysis: The Russian response to a double declaration of war  Sott.net3 weeks ago

'War with China is possible in the future'

'All the political parties, should in order to deal with China, come together and formulate strategies to safeguard every single inch of Bharat.' RSS leader Indresh Kumar tells Prasanna D Zore/ why the Sangh wants the Modi government to convene an all-party meeting on the Chinese incursions into Indian territory. Senior Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh leader Indresh Kumar explains why the RSS wants the government to call an all-party meeting and draft a strategy to deal with China.Could ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Rediff Chat: Beyond the India-China bonhomie

Deals worth $20 billion, full membership in Shanghai Cooperation Organization, railway cooperation, enhanced trade opportunities and bilateral relations… Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to India promises to provide the necessary impetus to ties between the two nations.Even though progress on the contentious border issue has been excruciatingly slow, New Delhi and Beijing have, going by the interactions between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Chinese president, at least ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Modi leads India to the Silk Road  Rediff.com2 months ago

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 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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