Fishing Militia in Disputed South China Sea

In its bid to stay assertive over the disputed South China Sea, the recession facing China is increasingly relying on a mechanism which its foes or rivals may not have thought even remotely. Personnel of Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) are giving the country’s thousands of fishermen training in gathering information on foreign vessels and ships entering the South China [...Read More]

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US Gun Violence and Scary Statistics

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Two students were shot outside Wisconsin high school prom last Sunday. A day before that, eight members of a family, including a teenager, were shot dead in Ohio. Ten Americans lost their lives in less than two days. Shooting ‘beyond comprehension’ is a full-grown monster that’s precariously roaming across the nation. Kids are Dying Only two days back (April 26), [...Read More]

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Political Crisis and Corruption in Brazil

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The Panama Papers leak has created a series of political ripples that threaten to engulf country after country across the world. After claiming Icelandic PM Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson as its first victim, the leaks are all set to rock the political corridors of Brazil. The country, which finds itself in the middle of a political turmoil involving a major corruption [...Read More]

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Panama Leaks: Role of Mossack Fonseca and Global Leaders

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In a biggest leak of its kind, a group of 370 journalists from 76 countries, constituting the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), reviewed a set of records leaked from the database of a Panama based law firm, which were obtained from an anonymous source by the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung. What does Mossack Fonseca do? The Panama papers consist [...Read More]

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Nuclear Security Summit in US: Highlights

Nuclear Security Summit in USA

When the US President Barack Obama held in Washington DC the fourth and last Nuclear Security Summit (NSS), considered as his administration’s signature foreign policy initiative, issues like deadly terror attacks in Brussels and danger of ISIS developing dirty bombs loomed large at the gathering of more than 50 world leaders. Just two days ahead of the summit, the US [...Read More]

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China’s surreptitious move against India

China's surreptitious move against India

Chinese troops’ undeterred intrusions into the Indian territories continue. On March 8, personnel of People’s Liberation Army entered almost 6 km inside the Indian territory near Pangong Lake in Ladakh. The incident was repeated on March 11. This time, the Chinese soldiers entered the Thakung post in Ladakh and retreated only when Indian troops protested. By undertaking such steps, China [...Read More]

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Harper to face tough challenges in Canadian polls

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Canadian Federal Election 2015 Campaign for the 42nd General Election is in full swing in Canada. To be held on October 19, the election is for the 338-member House of Commons. It is battle that would test the popularity of the country’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Leading the Canadian government since 2006, Harper has also to ensure that his Conservative [...Read More]

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India’s West Asia Policy all set to get a new dimension

India's West Asia Policy

India’s West Asia policy is about to receive a significant push when President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi undertake visits to the region very soon. Although, President Mukherjee’s visit to Jordan, Palestine and Israel will start from October 9, Modi’s visit to Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Israel will start only after special envoy being sent by [...Read More]

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