Opinion: Is sports diplomacy a new game plan of North Korea? Sharing my opinion published on WION News on 18 Jan 18 as "Opinion: Is sports diplomacy a new game plan of North Korea?" Two contradictory events set an uneven … Continue reading Sanctions on North Korea and Kim’s ‘Sports Diplomacy: Is Kim acting Smart?
Sharing the Washington Post article and my comments with friends dated 24 November 2017. Comments With shrinking caliphate/concentrated locations of militants by some hard actions, it is expected that sporadic militant attacks and lone wolf attacks at unexpected locations killing innocent people will rise. This episode adequately described in the article, claiming more than two hundred innocent … Continue reading Terror enters Mosque of Egypt
On 28 June, 2017, the news that China and India have agreed to end a lengthy stand-off at the in Doklam Plateau that began in June, was reported by media of both the countries but in different forms. The Ministry of External Affairs, India’s spokesperson Raveesh Kumar released a statement - titled, "Doklam Disengagement Understanding" … Continue reading Dramatic Resolution of the Doklam Standoff
http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1059715.shtml I am sharing with Friends the Yesterdays original article on globaltimes.cn as editorial, and other one in Peoples Daily as "Patience has bottom-line" which is provocative, and can be treated as part of psychological warfare and also to amuse Chinese population. Below that are placed my comments given on Global Times. I am also … Continue reading Modi mustn’t pull India into reckless conflict – Global Times
As per 'Pakistan Today' daily newspaper, dated May 08, 2017, Pakistan on Monday sought clarification from Chinese officials over content of Chinese Ambassador Luo Zhaohui’s address at the United Service Institution(USI of India), an Indian think tank, on Friday, when the text was released by the Chinese Embassy on Monday. With only four days to … Continue reading China keen, but Pakistan nervous about India’s Participation in OBOR Summit
The future of the Chinese-financed, US$3.6 billion ($4.77 billion) Myitsone hydropower dam project, remains a troublesome issue for discussion during President U Htin Kyaw’s visit to Beijing on 11 April, due to its domestic opposition in Myanmar. Beijing seems to be inclined for a convenient bargain with concessions on preferential access to the strategic Kyaukpyu … Continue reading How China’s ‘Purse Diplomacy’ or ‘Infrastructure Diplomacy’ could be exploitative?