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Usanas Foundation partners with MEA to host third edition of Maharana Pratap Annual Geopolitics Dialogue in Udaipur

Rajasthan-based Usanas Foundation will host the third edition of the Maharana Pratap Annual Geopolitics Dialogue (MPAGD) in partnership with the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India on March 22-23.

How Henry Kissinger evolved from India-critic to advocate of strong India-US ties

Washington: Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who had held India and the Indians with contempt and disregard, especially in relation to New Delhi’s role in the Bangladesh Liberation War, later advocated strong ties with the country now led by Narendra Modi as Prime Minister. The powerhouse American diplomat passed away on Wednesday in Connecticut in the US.

India-Uzbekistan Synergy at the SCO

New Delhi is set to host the 23rd Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s (SCO) Council of Heads of States on 4th July 2023 in the virtual mode. The rotating presidency of this pan-Eurasian organization came to India from Uzbekistan in the historic city of Samarkand in September 2022.

India needs to engage with Myanmar: Former army chief Gen M. M. Naravane

New Delhi/UNI: India must engage with Myanmar irrespective of who is in power in that country said former Chief of the Army Staff Gen. M. M. Naravane. The engagement must be multi pronged- with the government, people and the regional armed groups as well, he stressed.

Energy Transitions and Geopolitics in South Asia: The Contest for Hydro-Hegemony on the Brahmaputra

The centrality of oil and gas in shaping the international relations of the 21st century have long created an academic and public policy focus on the relationship between energy and geopolitics.

The Elephants That Await The Modi-Putin Summit

Indo-Russian ties have taken a hit with the two countries backing rival superpowers. Can the Modi-Putin summit revive the days of Hindi Rusi bhai bhai? Ramananda Sengupta writes