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POLITICS

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Britain, US, Saudi Arabia, Yemen Crisis

How Britain and US enabled genocide in Yemen

There is no accountability for the starvation and killings of civilians in Yemen. And with the western states, the western media is entirely complicit in this genocide.

POLITICS

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Imran Khan, Xi Jinping, US, OROB

Why Pakistan has a big China syndrome

Beijing has steadily replaced Washington as Islamabad's principal patron and partner.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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US, Janata party government, Indira Gandhi, Emergency

The Emergency - Turning point for Nehruvian 'non-aligned' India

Mrs Gandhi's imposition of dictatorial rule wasn't only influenced by domestic politics, but foreign dynamics, shaped by players from Castro to Carter.

VARIETY

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POLITICS

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Sanctions, VK Singh, North Korea, US

VK Singh's surprise visit to North Korea was badly timed

New Delhi's efforts may go in vain as Pyongyang has threatened to cancel the June 12 summit between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump.

VOICES

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US, Democracy, Donald Trump, Narendra Modi

Why Modi is a bigger threat to Indian democracy than Trump is to America

Key institutions in India such as the judiciary, security agencies and EC have not been able to 'withstand' government pressure tactics.

POLITICS

 |  Beijing Diary  |  3-minute read
Davos, Trade wars, US, China

Why China fears a trade war with the US

There are deep concerns in Beijing over the economic cost of a confrontation with Washington.

POLITICS

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US, China, North Korea, Kim Jong-un

Kim Jong-un’s China visit: What could be in store for the rest of the world

For China, a unified Korea with close ties to the US is undesirable, as it could enhance threat perceptions and have the US at its doorstep.

VARIETY

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