US-Iran military dispute easy to initiate, but difficult to control; conflict will push West Asia into chaos, create global energy crisis
The only thing predictable in a possible US-Iran military confrontation is the effect it would have on the rest of the world as the conflict could send national economies into a tizzy
China says it never recognised India and Pakistan as nuclear powers, rules out extending such a status to North Korea
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang made the statement at a media briefing.
Britain reiterates support for India's bid to join NSG even as China remains opposed: A look at where P5 countries stand
India has been seeking entry into the 48-member elite nuclear club, which controls nuclear trade, but China has repeatedly stonewalled its bid.
India meets criteria for inclusion in Nuclear Supplier Group, says US; claims continued support in spite of China's veto
India has not been able to secure membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group because of China's veto, a senior Trump administration official said on Thursday.
Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un meet: North Korea agrees to denuclearisation but has history of breaking promises
There has been a litany of promises made and broken by North Korea over the decades going all the way back to 1985. Here's a brief look at these
UN warns of growing nuclear weapons threat, urges major powers to continue negotiations on disarmament
A top UN official denounced growing rhetoric claiming that nuclear arms are necessary and warned that the risk of such weapons being used was on the rise
India's admission into Wassenaar Arrangement may be ticket to NSG, key to decreasing world's nuclear stockpile
India’s entry into the Wassenaar Arrangement as its 42nd member last week on the heels of its joining the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) in June 2016, is doubtlessly a feather in the cap of Indian diplomacy and a recognition of our growing international clout.
Wassenaar Arrangement admits India as member: A diplomatic win, but getting NSG membership remains the real battle
Wassenaar Arrangement admitting India as a member is a win, but the road to NSG membership is a long one; New Delhi should dig in deep and not give up.
Pyongyang's push to attain ICBM shows that old "cornerstones" of security are threatening to fall apart, and the fault is not entirely that of North Korea.
A landmark civil nuclear cooperation deal between India and Japan that provides for collaboration between their industries in the field came into force on Thursday, eight months after it was sealed
NSG said that it discussed the technical, legal and political aspects of India and other non-NPT states' application and decided to hold another meeting.
China on Friday said it will oppose India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) whose plenary session is underway in Bern as it hasn't signed the NPT.
Narendra Modi in Astana: SCO membership raises questions on India's foreign policy, group's efficacy
If the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation (SCO) works towards the common prosperity and stability of the member countries, it will emerge as the biggest contributor towards global peace, co-operation and prosperity, but the big question is: will it? But the big question is: will it?
China said India's application to enter the Nuclear Suppliers Group has become more "complicated", indicating that it won't budge from its earlier position.
India's NSG membership bid turns tricky again: China refuses to support entry, cites 'new circumstances'
China ruled out backing India's entry in the NSG, saying there should be non discriminatory solution applicable to all non-NPT signatory countries
No member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) has “explicitly” opposed India’s membership to the grouping while certain procedural and process-related issues have been raised by a few members, the government said on Thursday.
Outgoing US envoy Richard Verma exuded confidence that the Donald Trump government would be able to overcome the Chinese hurdle on India's NSG bid.
Pakistan's Foreign Office has rejected a new formula for evaluation of the candidature of non-NPT states for the Nuclear Suppliers Groups (NSG) membership.
The 48-nation NSG is a nuclear technology control organisation formed in 1975 in response to India's first nuclear weapons test,
China, which has been blocking India's NSG bid, on Tuesday maintained its tough stand on the issue and called for a two-step "non-discriminatory" solution.