Cold War between India and China By Jamshed Jamshed Evidently the relationship between China-India has been strained due to border disputes and economic competition that have led to strained relations. The relationship between the two countries began in 1950 when India
Amid the turmoil in the Middle East, the abrupt resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri has left the Lebanese and political commentators perplexed. This development is perceived disturbing for two main reasons. First, the former Prime Minister was considered the keystone
In the globalized world of today, where terrorism, extremism, drug trafficking, border security and environmental degradation have altered the security landscape of the world, multilateral approaches are being employed to address the transnational challenges. A number of regional as well as international organizations have
Rouhani’s visit to Pakistan from 25-26 March is a welcoming step for the bilateral relations between Pakistan and Iran. Certainly, the credit of this interaction resides by the leadership of two countries who are determined to provide these relations a positive boost.
Introduction: Seven Arab states border the Persian Gulf, namely Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). All Persian Gulf states are monarchies. All these Arab states have significant revenues from petroleum. However, the Gulf region has
Introduction China is part of South Asian geopolitical dynamic. The bilateral political and economic context dominates India and China’s cooperation. Both countries have been named as countries with the high potential for growth in the next 50 years in a BRICS (Brazil,
Introduction China and India, sometimes referred to “Chindia” are geographically proximate nations, contain over one-third of the world’s population and are among the fastest growing economies in the world. A report by IMF dated January 21, 2015, predicts India overtaking China as