Modi Doctrine Should Continue to be Ray of Hope for ‘Friends’
New Delhi: The Modi doctrine has tried to handle various conflicting interests in favor of India, through the India-first policy and previously complex relationships with...
The Pied Piper of Kremlin: Putin’s Tune is Music to World’s Ears
New Delhi: The U.S. influence in world politics is declining. From the Middle East to Asia, American allies are turning to Russian President Vladimir...
Bangladesh, the Country with a ‘Big Heart’ Wants Rohingyas to Go Back To Myanmar
New Delhi: Last month, the world media was going gaga over Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on her move to welcome Rohingya refugees in...
Belgium An Economic Powerhouse
Belgium is very significant part of Europe not only for its strategic location but vast economic potential as well. Belgium’s strongly globalized economy and its transport infrastructure are integrated with the rest of Europe. Its location at the heart of a highly industrialized region helped made it the world’s 15th largest trading nation in 2007.
The Ouster of Leader
The two met through Choi’s father, Choi Tae-min, back in the mid-1970s. A dubious character with a checkered background and multiple pseudonyms, the elder Choi had by that point established a cult-like Christian sect known as the Church of Eternal Life, calling himself a pastor and claiming he could heal people. The following account of Park’s long and convoluted relationship with the Choi family comes mostly from the Virginia-based blogger known simply as “TK” (“The Korean”) who runs the well-known politics and culture site Ask a Korean.
UAE-India Bilateral Relationship: A Symbol of Friendship and Peace
During PM Modi’s visit in August last year, the two countries had condemned efforts, including by states, to use religion to justify, support and sponsor terrorism against other countries, or to use terrorism as an instrument of state policy. Trade is another important component of the bilateral ties as UAE is India’s third largest trading partner after China and the United States. Bilateral trade between UAE and India is around $60 billion.
A Fascinating Closer
The 2016 US Presidential election will soon come down to turnout. No stratagem can surmount the indigenous obstacles that remain for each contestant. September’s early polling reveals that Republican Party’s Donald Trump will win by a landslide, because the election is a referendum on incumbent president Barack Obama’s tenure, although dynamics appear to change with the beginning of TV debates.