Trump-Kim meet can shuffle East Asia geopolitical deck: Denuclearisation of 'Korean Peninsula' may hurt US
Trump's meeting with Kim holds great potential for shuffling the East Asian geopolitical deck. However, the hurdles are many too — primarily the mistrust built over the past 30 years since the end of the Cold War.
Donald Trump walks out of JCPOA with Iran: Saudi Arabia, Israel among beneficiaries, but nuclear disarmament to suffer
In some ways, Donald Trump has just given Iran's hardline clerics a lease of life
Narendra Modi in Russia: New Kudankulam deal likely to boost flagging relations, India's nuclear aspirations
Russia remains the only country that has committed to developing nuclear power plants in India despite the CLNDA, a good experience with Kudankulam is therefore important to retain India's only foreign nuclear vendor
There has again been speculation recently about India's nuclear doctrine and the value of its no first-use-posture
India and Israel have expanded their partnership into other areas like agriculture and trade. It makes little sense to jeopardise it by antagonising Tel Aviv with ineffectual moral harangues regarding Palestinians
Earlier this month, the CIA made millions of its declassified documents available online. Many Indians were shocked to realise that number of their political leaders during the Cold War provided information to US intelligence services.
Obama's one active error is Russia; the others — Pakistan and Syria — are passive errors of inaction and poor options.
The question in this part of the world is, how will a Trump presidency affect India?
Manohar Parrikar on NFU: Brouhaha over remarks is reminder of India's inability to think strategically
Manohar Parrikar's most egregious sin appears to have simply been that his views were not popular among those who would don the hat of experts; nothing the defence minister said was actually either surprising or extraordinary
The Indo-Japanese agreement on civilian nuclear cooperation may not radically alter India’s energy scene or even amount to much for various reasons but it is nonetheless a vital part of a larger and more important relationship that could define the 21st century.
On Thursday morning, the Indian Army announced that it had conducted several strikes on terrorist camps across the Line of Control. According to the statement by the Director General for Military Operations, Lieutenant-General Ranbir Singh, operations took place in four sectors along the LoC — Bhimber, Hotspring, Kel and Lipa — at 12.30 am on 28 September and destroyed seven terrorist bases that were used to stage infiltrations into India
India doesn't presently have the requisite military capability to carry out any strike into Pakistan that would hurt the Pakistani military or degrade the infrastructure of its jihadist allies, while simultaneously staying below Islamabad's nuclear threshold
What ails India-Russia relations is a certain lethargy to understand the context of their ties in a new world order.
As news broke that India and France had agreed upon the terms and conditions for the Rafale deal, it was probably greeted with relief rather than joy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mere mention of Balochistan in his Independence Day speech probably caused more flutter than any actual Indian policy ever has
On 18 September, terrorists suspected to belong to the Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan attacked an Indian Army camp at Uri in a pre-dawn raid, killing 18 soldiers
With the Kudankulam reactor operational at last, critics have spoken out against the problems with India's nuclear programmes. Here's why those concerns are not entirely accurate.
With the strangulation of rare earth supplies by China, India's beach sand-mining industry has received a fillip to develop and expand
Early on Friday morning, Indian time, the verdict from Seoul was announced: India was denied entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). For many, this had been a foregone conclusion, but the strenuous efforts of the Indian government raised hope that things would ultimately come out in India's favour as they did in 2008.
India has been trying to gain admission to the NSG ever since the historic India-US nuclear deal to gain access to nuclear material, equipment, know-how, and technology for use in its civilian nuclear energy programme