As the war in Ukraine completes a year, China’s Xi Jinping is expected to meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. Beijing has claimed to be neutral in the conflict, but with the visit to Moscow is Xi choosing a side?
Ruchira Kamboj, India’s first woman envoy to the United Nations, does not mince her words. As India assumed the presidency of the UN Security Council, she defended our democracy and press freedom like a boss
Qatar's quest for global influence ranges wide and runs deep. Flush with gas billions, the country has sought to mediate conflicts far afield but its brazen stances have also sparked diplomatic conflict back home
India needs to prioritise the groupings for its own good through the medium and long terms. Else, others would take decisions that would affect and afflict India
Ukraine crisis could be 'wake-up' call for Europe to also look at developments in Asia, says Jaishankar
S Jaishankar said India has been pressing for an urgent cessation of fighting and a return to the path of diplomacy and dialogue.
While abstaining from voting on the resolution, India issued an 'Explanation of Vote' (EoV) after the vote in which it called for "return to the path of diplomacy" and sought immediate cessation of "violence and hostilities"
Beijing first used this ‘soft power’ tool with Washington in February 1972 and presented Richard Nixon with giant panda pair of Hsing Hsing and Ling Ling
China's Lin Gaoyuan will play with the American Lily Zhang while Wang Manyu will join forces with Kanak Jha in the mixed doubles at the tournament this week, the International Table Tennis Federation said
The earlier practice of serving military chiefs confining themselves essentially to bread and butter defence and service issues and staying clear of issues with foreign policy sensitivities is being redefined
The US president also said the country will speak up for the rights of people of Xinjiang, Tibet and Hong Kong
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi has said such cooperation cannot be separated from the broader relationship shared with the US
The 50-year-old Indian-American career diplomat will be departing for New Delhi to serve as Charge d''Affaires, ad interim, following the retirement of Ambassador Daniel Smith
For all the challenges India has faced in the last few weeks, news of the demise of the India Story are greatly exaggerated
The presence of Israel at the travel and tourism event in Dubai highlights the United Arab Emirates’ business-first approach and demonstrates how rapidly ties with Israel have developed since the UAE and Israel signed an accord to formalise ties in September.
Kim Jong-un unveils new ICBM at military parade, says North Korea will continue to strengthen the war deterrent
The size of the new missile indicated that it might be able to fly farther and carry a more powerful nuclear warhead, South Korean, and other analysts said, although it has never been flight-tested
Keith Krach, undersecretary of state for economic growth, energy and the environment, is visiting to attend a memorial service for late president Lee Teng-hui on Saturday
The biggest obstacle to America's China policy is Donald Trump, claims John Bolton in scathing new memoir
As national security officials and some trade advisors in the Donald Trump administration tried crafting get-tough-on-China policies to address what they viewed as America’s greatest foreign policy challenge, they ran into opposition from an unexpected quarter
India expels two Pakistani officials for spying: Islamabad unlikely to wait long before hitting back at New Delhi
The two nuclear-armed powers, which have been at loggerheads for decades, have a long record of indulging in such tit-for-tat measures.
Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla's Bangladesh visit represents a friend's assurance to Dhaka on host of bilateral matters
On 2 and 3 March, India's newly-appointed foreign secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla visited Dhaka to prepare the grounds for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's now-cancelled visit to Dhaka on 17 March
With US assistance no longer guaranteed, Saudi Arabia adopts a new strategy: Talks with regional foes
In the months since a missile and drone attack widely seen as the work of Iran left two Saudi oil facilities smouldering, the Saudi crown prince has taken an uncharacteristic turn to diplomacy to cool tensions with his regional enemies