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"We are in regular communication with the Indian and Pakistani governments on a wide range of issues."
WASHINGTON ― The best way to understand outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry's Wednesday speech on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is to recognize that if Hillary Clinton had won the election, he m...
An anticipated meeting between the Iranian Foreign Minister and his American counterpart – possibly the last before the advent of a new and possibly more hostile US administration in Washington...
Entrepreneurs need freedom to pursue ideas "without a lot of red tape"
'Terror groups can't be fought by one nation alone'.
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Because when it rains, it pours.
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External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met her US counterpart John Kerry in New Delhi.
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The External Affairs Minister met the US Secretary of State in Delhi.
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Restraining hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) growth could help avoid 0.5 degrees Celsius increase in global temperatures, providing a boost towards Paris Agreement’s goal of holding warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius.
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The Physicians for Social Responsibility, a public health group and recipient of the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize, estimates in a recent landmark study that 1.3 million people, overwhelmingly Muslim, have perished as a direct consequence of the US-led global war on terror. This figure, by the way, is a conservative guess and the real total could be 2 million or more. How many of these did nukes account for? Zero. Does Kerry's heart not sink when he reads stats like these?
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ISLAMABAD-- US Secretary of State John Kerry today called up Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and asked him to find out the truth in the terror attack on the air base in Pathankot. Sharif, during...
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It is imperative to understand why this nuclear deal is important and how it will suppress any Iranian misadventure to procure a weapon. The first and most important point to recognise is that Iran is a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), which by its very nature does not allow Iran to make nuclear weapons.
Even after July's landmark nuclear deal, there is no love lost between Iran and America. Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei recently told Iranians, "[O]ur policy regarding the arrogant US government will not change." US Secretary of State John Kerry had earlier assured allies that "nothing in the Iran deal is based on trust." Back home, Republicans are furious that President Barack Obama rushed the agreement. America's all-weather allies -- Israel and Saudi Arabia -- are also seething. The naysayers then wonder: Why this and why now?