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USA Military Aid to Pakistan – Recent Developments

Pakistan’s geographical location and borders sharing with states like India, Afghanistan and Iran made it impossible to achieve peace without weapons and military advancement. Pakistan has always been under constant threat of being attacked...

Religious Extremism: Lynching against Minorities

The minority question has been controversial in India. With the success of Hindu nationalist Bhatrtya Janata Party and other extremist religious groups, atrocities against minorities in general and Muslims in particular have increased. BJP,...

UN Security Council concerned as bombing continues in Syria

While the carnage continued in Syria, with Russian-backed Syrian government forces killing at least 45 people in the Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta, the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday expressed concern over the country’s humanitarian situation and...

NPC 2018: China’s resolve to protect peace, stability in South China Sea unshakeable, says Wang Yi

China’s resolve to protect peace and stability in the South China Sea is unshakeable, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday (March 8). “China’s position is firm and consistent,” said Mr Wang. Speaking on...

China says resolve to protect peace, stability in South China Sea unshakeable

China’s resolve to protect peace and stability in the South China Sea is unshakeable, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday. Speaking on the sidelines of an annual meeting of China’s parliament, Wang said...

China denies trying to supplant US role in global affairs

By Teddy Ng Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday there was competition between China and the US, but the two nations should treat themselves as partners rather than rivals. “Some people in the...

China calls on US and North Korea to have talks as soon as possible

China’s foreign minister Wang Yi called on the United States and North Korea on Thursday to have talks as soon as possible. He said that peace must prevail, amid signs of easing tension over North Korea’s nuclear and missile...

E.U. Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms

By MILAN SCHREUER European Union officials unveiled an array of tariffs on Wednesday that they would place on American-made goods if the United States followed through on President Trump’s plan to impose penalties on imported...

USA Military Aid to Pakistan – Recent Developments

Pakistan’s geographical location and borders sharing with states like India, Afghanistan and Iran made it impossible to achieve peace without weapons and military advancement. Pakistan has always been under constant threat of being attacked...

Religious Extremism: Lynching against Minorities

The minority question has been controversial in India. With the success of Hindu nationalist Bhatrtya Janata Party and other extremist religious groups, atrocities against minorities in general and Muslims in particular have increased. BJP,...

UN Security Council concerned as bombing continues in Syria

While the carnage continued in Syria, with Russian-backed Syrian government forces killing at least 45 people in the Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta, the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday expressed concern over the country’s humanitarian situation and...

NPC 2018: China’s resolve to protect peace, stability in South China Sea unshakeable, says Wang Yi

China’s resolve to protect peace and stability in the South China Sea is unshakeable, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday (March 8). “China’s position is firm and consistent,” said Mr Wang. Speaking on...

China says resolve to protect peace, stability in South China Sea unshakeable

China’s resolve to protect peace and stability in the South China Sea is unshakeable, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday. Speaking on the sidelines of an annual meeting of China’s parliament, Wang said...

China denies trying to supplant US role in global affairs

By Teddy Ng Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday there was competition between China and the US, but the two nations should treat themselves as partners rather than rivals. “Some people in the...

China calls on US and North Korea to have talks as soon as possible

China’s foreign minister Wang Yi called on the United States and North Korea on Thursday to have talks as soon as possible. He said that peace must prevail, amid signs of easing tension over North Korea’s nuclear and missile...

E.U. Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms

By MILAN SCHREUER European Union officials unveiled an array of tariffs on Wednesday that they would place on American-made goods if the United States followed through on President Trump’s plan to impose penalties on imported...

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USA Military Aid to Pakistan – Recent Developments

Pakistan’s geographical location and borders sharing with states like India, Afghanistan and Iran made it impossible to achieve peace without weapons and military advancement. Pakistan has always been under constant threat of being attacked...

Religious Extremism: Lynching against Minorities

The minority question has been controversial in India. With the success of Hindu nationalist Bhatrtya Janata Party and other extremist religious groups, atrocities against minorities in general and Muslims in particular have increased. BJP,...

UN Security Council concerned as bombing continues in Syria

While the carnage continued in Syria, with Russian-backed Syrian government forces killing at least 45 people in the Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta, the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday expressed concern over the country’s humanitarian situation and...

NPC 2018: China’s resolve to protect peace, stability in South China Sea unshakeable, says Wang Yi

China’s resolve to protect peace and stability in the South China Sea is unshakeable, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday (March 8). “China’s position is firm and consistent,” said Mr Wang. Speaking on...

China says resolve to protect peace, stability in South China Sea unshakeable

China’s resolve to protect peace and stability in the South China Sea is unshakeable, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday. Speaking on the sidelines of an annual meeting of China’s parliament, Wang said...

China denies trying to supplant US role in global affairs

By Teddy Ng Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday there was competition between China and the US, but the two nations should treat themselves as partners rather than rivals. “Some people in the...

China calls on US and North Korea to have talks as soon as possible

China’s foreign minister Wang Yi called on the United States and North Korea on Thursday to have talks as soon as possible. He said that peace must prevail, amid signs of easing tension over North Korea’s nuclear and missile...

E.U. Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms

By MILAN SCHREUER European Union officials unveiled an array of tariffs on Wednesday that they would place on American-made goods if the United States followed through on President Trump’s plan to impose penalties on imported...

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USA Military Aid to Pakistan – Recent Developments

Pakistan’s geographical location and borders sharing with states like India, Afghanistan and Iran made it impossible to achieve peace without weapons and military advancement. Pakistan has always been under constant threat of being attacked...

Religious Extremism: Lynching against Minorities

The minority question has been controversial in India. With the success of Hindu nationalist Bhatrtya Janata Party and other extremist religious groups, atrocities against minorities in general and Muslims in particular have increased. BJP,...

UN Security Council concerned as bombing continues in Syria

While the carnage continued in Syria, with Russian-backed Syrian government forces killing at least 45 people in the Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta, the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday expressed concern over the country’s humanitarian situation and...

NPC 2018: China’s resolve to protect peace, stability in South China Sea unshakeable, says Wang Yi

China’s resolve to protect peace and stability in the South China Sea is unshakeable, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday (March 8). “China’s position is firm and consistent,” said Mr Wang. Speaking on...

China says resolve to protect peace, stability in South China Sea unshakeable

China’s resolve to protect peace and stability in the South China Sea is unshakeable, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday. Speaking on the sidelines of an annual meeting of China’s parliament, Wang said...

China denies trying to supplant US role in global affairs

By Teddy Ng Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday there was competition between China and the US, but the two nations should treat themselves as partners rather than rivals. “Some people in the...

China calls on US and North Korea to have talks as soon as possible

China’s foreign minister Wang Yi called on the United States and North Korea on Thursday to have talks as soon as possible. He said that peace must prevail, amid signs of easing tension over North Korea’s nuclear and missile...

E.U. Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms

By MILAN SCHREUER European Union officials unveiled an array of tariffs on Wednesday that they would place on American-made goods if the United States followed through on President Trump’s plan to impose penalties on imported...