The Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, arrived at Phnom Penh the capital of Cambodia, for a three-day official visit that began on December 3.
During the 19th Party Congress
In the aftermath of the AfD’s entry into the German parliament with 90 seats, why is it imperative to engage with its supporters who feel they have been left out of the German political system?
In a country where the army has repeatedly seized power, its role as a third party at the negotiation table has raised doubts that it could be meddling in Pakistan’s politics
The coming months will witness China’s continued use of tactics and strategies through coercive diplomacy and media campaigns. It is imperative that New Delhi must not become a chicken in the game of snowdrift
While the Quad grouping proposed to counter China’s regional and global influence has immense possibilities, it is important that India, Japan
Smaller nations like Nepal and Sri Lanka are increasingly subjecting the Chinese investment model to greater scrutiny as they realise that it takes away more from them than it offers
Long speeches are not always statusquoists or meant to put the audience to sleep. Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro holds some impressive records—four and a half hours in the UN and a whopping 7 hours and 10 minutes in the party congress in 1986.
China is selling dreams for a price – greater influence over the Himalayan state
The 2015 Madhes blockade has changed the matrix of politics in this region of Nepal