U.S. President Donald Trump gestures next to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly during a briefing with senior military leaders at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 5, 2017. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
(FILES) This file photo taken on June 23, 2017 shows US President Donald Trump during a signing ceremony for the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017, at the White House in Washington, DC.President Donald Trump likes to tweet early in the morning -- often while watching television. But on August 15, 2017, he may have hit the button a bit too quickly.From Trump Tower in New York, where he is spending a few days, the Republican leader retweeted a message from a man who called him a "fascist." It took him about 20 minutes to delete it.The man was replying to a Fox News tweet about the possibility that Trump could issue a pardon to Joe Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff who has courted controversy -- and earned a conviction -- over his tough stance on immigrants. / AFP PHOTO / MANDEL NGAN
WASHINGTON ― With President Donald Trump back tweeting from the White House and his chief of staff's advice to the world about ignoring those tweets still fresh, the world has a simple question: How,...
It's been almost a year since Donald Trump emerged from an election campaign of threats, lies and vitriol as the future president of the United States of America. His victory speech on Nov. 9, 2016, s...
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India’s preoccupation with Pakistan may come at a heavy cost.
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There is no such thing as the ‘Modi Doctrine.’
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'A partnership for global good'.
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New friendships are being made while old ones seem to be drifting away.
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'Terror and talk can't go together'
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China has been blocking India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group.
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'Germany will always find India a capable partner'
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Pretty much sums up how India feels about its neighbour.
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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan recently met with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Adnan Abidi/Reuters Ahmet Erdi Öztürk, Université de Strasbourg and Salih Dogan, Keele Univers...
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He is trying to reinforce traditional ties between Indian and Lanka.
But that is the only detail he revealed.
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'It's a bilateral issue between two countries'
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Pakistan claims some of these projects violate the Indus Waters Treaty.
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ISIS may prove to be just the tip of a rather sinister iceberg.
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The inauguration of Donald Trump as the President of the United States has altered many equations in international affairs. With his orthodox and often undiplomatic style, Trump has attempted to shake...
'They strongly condemned the shooting'
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President Donald Trump's phone calls with international leaders caused at least two diplomatic incidents before he picked a Twitter fight with Iran on Thursday ― bringing the U.S. into spats with thre...
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He'll be the first Indian PM to tour Israel.
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Pakistan is only incidental in the broader vision that Moscow has for itself.
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The Crown Prince will be the chief guest at the Republic Day parade this year.
'Diplomatic behaviour is only encouraging them'
President-elect Donald Trump's unexpected victory brings with it the potential to radically alter the United States' role in global affairs and how it applies power. After a campaign in which Trump ra...
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The world order seems to be on the cusp of a major transformation. A potential power realignment seems to slowly shaping up with a hitherto unlikely combination (at least partly) of Russia, China and...
As 120 members of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) met between 13-15 September in Venezuela's Margarita Island, the Indian Prime Minister was conspicuous by his absence. In fact, Narendra Modi was the f...
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When the Indian government pursues foreign policy initiatives, it often difficult for the lay citizen to understand its human impact. Here's a real life example of how our neighbours look upon a democratic, strong and yet fairly liberal India reaching out to them. This conversation, which took place in a cab, gave me some interesting insights into how an Afghan Shia intellectual views India.
My peers from the colonies, be they of the Antipodes, the exotic Orient, West Indies or the subtly named Dark Continent, have spent most of their lives dreaming of a day when their beloved "mother country" implodes economically, socially, and politically. Just as they got to enjoy in the colonies during those pleasant few centuries under the Crown.