Monthly Archives: May 2014

Shift in Rhetoric and Action

  Seemingly the relations between Russia and China are characterized by a shift in action as demonstrated  in the wake of Ukraine crisis. With more sanctions from the west in the foreseeable future against the country as crisis in Ukraine … Continue reading

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Search for a Diplomatic Way

  As the crisis in Ukraine gets deepened with signs of growing rift between Russia and the west, analysts are alleging that even those countries clamoring for established norms in external relations, are excusing Russia’s violation of international law. Perhaps … Continue reading

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Iran’s Nuclear Aspirations

  For the last few years no issue other than Iran’s nuclear ambitions has captured the global agenda more frequently. An interim nuclear agreement sealed between Iran and world’s major powers on 16 November 2013, has raised hopes of settlement … Continue reading

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