Fake News on China India War Goes Viral

July 20, 2017 Global Desk 0

On last Monday evening at around 5.30 pm  a news of China-India war went viral after a mainstream Pakistani media broadcast a report of 158 Indian soldiers’ death as Chinese soldiers hit enemy positions with “rocket launchers, machine guns, and mortars” in Sikkim region. […]

Seoul Offers Peace Talks with North Korea

July 17, 2017 Global Desk 0

South Korea has offered a rare military talks with North Korea to ease the escalating tension between the neighbors on Monday. This offer from the South Korean government came after their counterpart in North Korea tested ICMB a few days back which attracted international outcry. […]

Water Security and the Long Standing Kashmir Dispute

June 22, 2017 Masum Billah 0

India and Pakistan’s concerns over  water security is hardening their long-standing dispute in Kashmir. With rising temperatures around the globe, and quickly declining surface water levels in South Asia due to wide-spread irrigation, the rivers of Kashmir that provide water and energy to both India and Pakistan are likely  to remain major issues of contention. […]

Chinese Balkan Policy – Is it Purely Economics?

February 3, 2017 Ljubinko Zivkovic 0

Trying to decipher China’s core views towards the outside world is still quite a guessing game. It may well be a game of educated guesses based on careful analyses of previous moves, facts and other elements, but unlike many other nations, there are no leaks, insiders, or barely any work of independent journalism coming from China that enables reliable read of China’s inner thoughts about the outside world. […]

Taiwan Calling

December 7, 2016 Thomas Armbruster 0

Somebody in the State Department turned purple when Donald Trump exchanged pleasantries with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen. The U.S. has recognized the People’s Republic of China (PRC) over the Republic of China (ROC) Taiwan since 1979, and respects a One China policy following the United Nations determination in 1971 that the PRC should sit in the China seat in New York. […]

India’s Fight Against “Black” Money

November 27, 2016 Sangeeta Robinson 0

Indian Prime Minister Modi abruptly declared that 500 and 1000 Rupee notes, currently the highest denominations in circulation, would cease to be legal tender by the midnight hours of November 9th to be replaced by new 500 and 2000 Rupee notes in the future. […]

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