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Trump open to bromance with Putin, but from a position of stre...

Asia Times News & Features, AT Top Writers, M.K. Bhadrakumar The venue chosen by Donald Trump, Republican frontrunner in the US presidential race, to make his major foreign policy speech last Wednesday was significant. It was the Center for the ... Asia Times Online, 2 days ago

Former Indian Ambassador: Modi's visit to Iran is on agenda

In an exclusive interview to IRNA, Ambassador M.K. Bhadrakumar said that the Indian government is approaching the home stretch in a historic reset of the India-Iran relations. He highlighted the current visit of the Petroleum Minister Dharmendra ...
 Islamic Republic News Agency3 weeks ago Russia's Deployment on the Kurils Signals Severe Limitations for US in Asia  Sputnik1 month ago Putin throws down the gauntlet on Syria. Any takers?  Groong1 month ago

Modi's tightrope walk in Saudi Arabia

The known unknowns in Prime Minister Modi’s Saudi visit assume great significance, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. While assessing the outcome of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Saudi Arabia (April 2-3), the known unknowns assume greater significance than what the joint statement spells out. Thus, Modi was conferred Saudi Arabia’s “highest civilian honor” -- King Abdulaziz Sash. We know it is a high honour. But we do not know what Modi did to deserve it.
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago India will pay a price for reckless Persian Gulf policies  Rediff.com1 month ago

What the Indian Left could learn from Brazils ex-president

In his blog piece for, M K Bhadrakumar writes about the national and international reaction to the police taking in former Brazilian president Lula Da Silva in for questioning on graft charges. Praising Da Silva's term he points out what the Indian Left could learn from the Brazilian leader. "From the Indian perspective, the intriguing question is how a left party like Partido dos Trabalhadores (Workers Party), which Lulu led, could storm the citadel of power in a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Obama's nuclear legacy is a mirage

By M.K. Bhadrakumar A little-known fact about the Nuclear Security Summit, which concluded in Washington on April 1, is that it focused only on highly enriched uranium (HEU) in civilian possession, which means mostly materials used for academic ...
 Groong4 weeks ago With Huge Challenges in Foreign Policy Nuclear Summit a Small Win  New America Media3 weeks ago

Turkish military denies coup attempt against Erdogan. What next?

By M.K. Bhadrakumar March 31, 2016 The Russian media comments have speculated in recent weeks on the likelihood of a 'regime change' in Turkey engineered by the United States. These speculations could well be wishful thinking or 'psywar'--or ...
 Groong1 month ago

With eye on US' Asia pivot, Russia surges in Far East

By M.K. Bhadrakumar The great German statesman Otto von Bismarck once said, "Political judgement is the ability to hear the distant hoof-beats of the horse of history". The Kremlin's decision to establish a military base on the disputed Kurile ...
 Groong1 month ago

Russia signals interest to defrost ties with Turkey

By M.K. Bhadrakumar March 26, 2016 In an abrupt turnaround, Moscow has put out feelers to Turkey signalling interest in calming tensions in the bilateral relations and opening a new page. The Russian civil aviation authorities have lifted the ban on ...
 Groong1 month ago

Iran offers hand of friendship to Turkey's Erdogan

By M.K. Bhadrakumar March 20, 2016 The parting of ways between Russia and Iran over the Syrian question has always been inevitable. The Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif's talks with the Turkish leadership in Istanbul on Saturday may ...
 Groong1 month ago Turkey gears up for Saudi-Iran proximity talks  Groong1 month ago Turkey initiates reset in Iran ties  Groong1 month ago

Modi has now realised the limits to India's power

Two years in office, there is very little to show for the Modi government by way of ‘achievements’ on the foreign policy front, and his China, Pakistan policies are gasping for breath, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. India’s policies toward China and Pakistan are in a logjam -- caught between the demands of Hindu nationalists who form the power base of the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the rejectionist camp that opposes tooth and nail anything and everything ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
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