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India collaborating with Russia to build a nuclear plant in Bangladesh

India is collaborating with Russia on its first ever abroad atomic venture. The mission is to build the Rooppur nuclear power plant in Bangladesh. It will be the debut initiative under an India-Russia nuclear deal. 182 more words


Africa prefers India’s non-interfering development model over China

India’s non-prescriptive and non-interfering development partnership model is fast finding favour in resource-rich Africa, where China’s push, ostensibly for capacity building, is receiving bad press for being hard and exploitative, according to experts on Indo-African partnership. 585 more words


Pak's request to host the next SAARC Summit openly rejected by all member countries

Terrorism was one of the key issues to arise during the SAARC Ministerial Meet, held on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly session in New York on Friday. 449 more words


China snubs Pakistan at UN: You are on your own in fight with India over Kashmir

China on Friday reiterated its stand that the Kashmir issue was for India and Pakistan to solve, declining to back its “all-weather ally” which has been attempting to raise the dispute at several United Nations fora this past week. 328 more words


When all is said and done

“Father Francis, however, sitting in his upright chair on the other side of the hearth, brought down the average; for, though his brown eyes were pleasant and pathetic, there was no strength in his face; there was even a tendency to feminine melancholy in the corners of his mouth and the marked droop of his eyelids.” 168 more words


The urgent need for fundamental reform of the United Nations, part V: Creation of an International Panel on the Reform of the United Nations (IPRUN)

President Trump addresses – blasts – the General Assembly of the United Nations to convince the assembly that nationalism should guide international relations: It seems he did not bother to read the… 823 more words

Trump — American Gaullist, by Patrick J. Buchanan

Proponents of individual nation-states call it sovereignty, opponents call it nationalism. Whatever it’s called, it’s a movement away from globalism and supranational organizations. From Patrick J. 380 more words