Tag: NATO

Chinese and Indian forces

India’s Forever Wars And Forever Warriors

The Washington-based Quincy Institute, arguably the most intellectually stimulating American think tank nowadays, in its compulsively readable publication Responsible Statecraft featured on Tuesday an investigative report titled Weapons biz bankrolls experts pushing to extend Afghan War, authored by Eli Clifton, noted expert and journalist on US foreign policy. It was an […]

Afghan Peace

Afghan Peace Is Vital For The Region

Afghanistan is a small landlocked country and has been suffering from war for almost four decades. Its economy, infrastructure, education, health, agriculture, etc., everything has been damaged virtually. Afghan people are suffering from imposed war by superpowers. Its strategic location – connecting Central Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Eurasia, and […]

Russia’s RS-28 Sarmat

US Risks Confrontation With Russia

The Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov remarked last week that Moscow expects nothing good in relations with a “deeply hostile” US under the incoming administration of Joe Biden. He further said in an interview with the Interfax published Wednesday, “We are heading from bad to worse. The next US […]

S-400

Trump Administration Gives Parting Kick To Turkey

The announcement on December 14 by the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of sanctions against Turkey under the provisions of the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) comes as a surprise, since President Donald Trump’s affection for Turkish leader Recep Erdogan is fairly well-known. And Trump had shielded […]

NATO headquaters

NATO Puzzle

No one challenged NATO rules during the Cold War except France. But in view of its excesses since 2001, each of its members (except Turkey) is thinking of getting out of it, including the United States for whom it is nevertheless indispensable. The internal report on what it should become illustrates its contradictions and the difficulty of reforming it.