Saturday, 3 December , 2022

India

Hunger and Poverty

October 23, 2022 THE Global Hunger Index (GHI) for 2022 has just come out, which shows India occupying the 107th position among the 121 countries...

US Chip War Version 2: Decoupling from China or Declaring War?

Prabir Purkayastha October 23, 2022 THE US has gambled big in its latest, across-the-board sanctions on Chinese companies in the semiconductor industry, believing it can kneecap...

China Reaffirms ‘No First Use’ Nuclear Weapons Policy at UN

China and India are the only two nuclear-armed countries that have no first use policies Posted on October 19, 2022 Categories China reaffirmed this week...

The Global South’s assertion in geopolitics

By Anuradha Chenoy (*) The Global South has new agency in a changing world, with several countries finding that neutrality and strategic autonomy have become...

Before Insisting on Duties, the Modi Govt Better Realise Full Citizenship...

Under the Narendra Modi government, there has been a special thrust on citizens' duties over rights. But the former cannot be performed effectively unless...

How even a limited nuclear war would destroy the planet

According to a new study, an atomic exchange between India and Pakistan would result in mass starvation, killing billions. by Jasmine Owens August 19, 2022 There is no...

‘End War in Ukraine’ Say 66 Nations at UN General Assembly

It's time to stop this mass destruction," said Congolese Foreign Minister Jean-Claude Gakosso this week. "It's time to stop this war." By Medea Benjamin,  Nicolas J.S....

The terrible disaster in Pakistan: A warning for all of us

After the floods, Pakistan needs reparations, not charity Sep 5, 2022 At the time of writing, more than one-third of Pakistan is under water. Flash floods,...

Russia-India Relations in a Transformative World Order

By Anuradha Chenoy Jul 20, 2022 India has made sure that no forum that it is part of takes a stance against Russia. India has ensured...

Maïdan, bis repetita au Sri Lanka ?

par Jean-Pierre Page Pour avoir vécu une quinzaine d'années au Sri Lanka, je pense connaître un peu ce pays dont Octave Mirbeau disait "qu'il était...