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“Walking The Talk”: Analyzing India’s Stance on Israel-Hamas Conflict

While others are engaged in 'either with us or against us' rhetoric, India is walking its independent path, rejecting selective criticism and condemning violence in its entirety. Instead of picking sides blindly, it stands independently, calling for an immediate end to violence from both parties and working toward conditions for direct peace talks. 

AI Safety Summit: India, China, US and EU agree to work together

India, China, the United States, the European Union, and other countries agreed to work together to collectively manage the risks associated with artificial intelligence (AI) at a London summit held on Wednesday.

Maldives vows to return Indian military personnel, signaling foreign policy shift

The newly elected President of the Maldives, Mohamed Muizzu, has reaffirmed his commitment to removing Indian military personnel from the nation's shores, making it the country's top foreign policy priority.

Test for Indian Diplomacy: Qatari court’s death sentence for 8 Indian Navy Veterans

A court in Qatar has handed down death sentences to eight former Indian Navy personnel, leaving families in India and officials at the Ministry of External Affairs deeply surprised. India's Ministry of External Affairs is currently pursuing legal options and intends to hold discussions with Qatari authorities about the situation.

Decoding India’s abstention in UN Gaza ceasefire vote

India's abstention from the UN General Assembly vote on a resolution seeking a humanitarian ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict has incited considerable debate, in the strategic and diplomatic community.

Canada recalls 41 Diplomats from India amid escalating Diplomatic tensions

In a recent escalation of diplomatic tensions between Canada and India, the Canadian government has taken the step of recalling 41 diplomats from India. This action stems from a dispute following Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau's claims that India was involved in the assassination of a Khalistani extremist on Canadian soil.

China’s Belt and Road Initiative: A Decade of Ambition, Controversy and Failure

China is celebrating 10 years of President Xi Jinping’s signature Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) on October 17-18 in the Chinese capital Beijing. In these ten years, the BRI's trajectory has evolved significantly, eliciting a complex mixture of optimism, ambition, controversies, and failures.

IW Explainer: ‘European Union’s continuing financing of Putin’s war efforts’

Amidst the European Union's commitment to reduce gas imports from Russia due to the war in Ukraine, recent reports reveal a 40% increase in the bloc's purchases of Russian-made liquefied natural gas (LNG).
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AI Safety Summit: India, China, US and EU agree to work together

India, China, the United States, the European Union, and other countries agreed to work together to collectively manage the risks associated with artificial intelligence (AI) at a London summit held on Wednesday.

South African Army Chief Flies to Russia Amidst US Allegations of Arms Supply

Cape Town, May 16: South African Army Chief, Lawrence Mbatha, participated in a bilateral meeting in Russia, to enhance military ties and engage in discussions with Russian officials, despite recent allegations by the United States regarding arms supply to Russia. The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) clarified that the meeting had been prearranged and was part of their ongoing military-to-military relations with various countries. 

Pro-Democracy Opposition Prevails in Thailand’s General Elections, Government Formation Still in Limbo

Bangkok, May 17: Thailand's General Elections, held on May 14, witnessed a significant victory for the pro-democracy opposition, sets the stage for a potential shift in the country's political landscape. If Pita Limjaroenrat manages to garner majority support, it would mark a significant victory for democracy in Thailand and the broader region, ending nearly a decade-long military rule.

Biden’s Last-Minute Cancellation of Papua New Guinea Visit Shakes US Credibility in the Region 

In a surprising turn of events, President Joe Biden's highly anticipated visit to Papua New Guinea, scheduled for Monday, May 22, has been cancelled. While the reasons cited by the White House appear legitimate, the cancellation of President Biden's visit deals a significant blow to U.S. credibility in the region as a consistent and reliable partner.

G7 Hiroshima Summit: Zelensky’s Presence Steals Spotlight, Highlights Concerns over China’s ‘Economic Coercion’  

The G7 Summit held in Hiroshima from May 19-21, 2023, saw leaders from the world's leading industrialized nations gather to address pressing global issues. However, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky's hastened attendance and the ongoing Ukraine war stole the spotlight, overshadowing the summit's agenda. Nevertheless, the G7 underscored the West's intentions of containing both Russia and China together.
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“Walking The Talk”: Analyzing India’s Stance on Israel-Hamas Conflict

While others are engaged in 'either with us or against us' rhetoric, India is walking its independent path, rejecting selective criticism and condemning violence in its entirety. Instead of picking sides blindly, it stands independently, calling for an immediate end to violence from both parties and working toward conditions for direct peace talks. 

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