NAM adrift as helmsman India has better views on horizon

Ashish Shukla

24th October 2019
Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) with 120-member countries is second only to the United Nations (UN) in size yet its’ two-day 18th Summit in Baku, Azerbaijan on Friday...

Rusi-Hindi bhai bhai 2.0 has been set in motion

Russia Insider

10th September 2019
There’s no way to follow the complex inner workings of the Eurasia integration process without considering what takes place annually at the Eastern Economic Forum...

Much to US’ chagrin, India buys into Eurasia project

Russia Insider

30th June 2019
It all started with the Vladimir Putin–Xi Jinping summit in Moscow on June 5. Far from a mere bilateral, this meeting upgraded the Eurasian...

2050: A look into our future

12th March 2019
This is a slightly condensed version of the full piece which has appeared with our content partner, www.tomdispatch.com. John Feffer has fast forwarded himself to 2050 and...

Doklam has put Russia in a quandary

Ashish Shukla

3rd July 2017
Through the month-long India-China standoff in Doklam near Sikkim border, Moscow has not spoken. Russian diplomacy is presumably at work. The ground is slippery, because...

India & Russia seek trade in gold

Ashish Shukla

19th April 2017
Sberbank, Russia’s largest state-owned bank, is looking to finance the direct import of gold to India. Aleksei Kechko, managing director of the bank’s Indian...

BRICS and the devious Indian media

Russia Insider

26th October 2016
While navigating my way through dozens of commentaries in the past week on the BRICS summit in Goa, one thing that struck me is that western commentators are almost in unison in...

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