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Syria cauldron: US-Russia distrust preventing resolution - Nalin Mahapatra, Pioneer
When the Syrian war was at a climax in the mid-2015, many hoped that the crisis may lead to a “New Cold War”. However after some initial hiccups, two major powers (Russia and the US) agreed that there needs to be a “rapprochement” from all the parties to end the conflicting situation. However, the expectation was belied after one year. The two Cold War adversaries are at loggerheads over the Syrian question.
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Cruz-Trump spat over wives turns nasty - S Rajagopalan, Pioneer
Has the domestic climate changed on the US? - Kunal Singh, Mint
Once upon a time in ancient Karachi... - Nadeem F Paracha, Pioneer
Understanding Donald Trump - Meghnad Desai, Indian Express
A new momentum sets in - Harsh V Pant, Telegraph
Killing Karachi - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
Iran’s ‘destroy Israel’ threats have got boring - Pioneer
Clinton Vs Trump - Times of India
The false binary - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
Syrian quagmire: Advantage Assad Regime - Makhan Saikia, Pioneer
Nurturing relations with Sri Lanka - G Parthasarathy, Business Line
100 million Chinese on the Roof of the World - Claude Arpi, Pioneer
Syria policy takes a dangerous turn - Gwynne Dyer, Pioneer
Sharif’s goodwill gesture - Pioneer
Despite Nepal’s pact with China, India is still its lifeline - Indrani Bagchi, ToI
Get the Reds out from under every bed - Gautam Mukherjee, Pioneer
Who will succeed Raheel Sharif as the next chief of Pak Army? - Arun Vishwanathan, Pioneer
A country in free fall - Vijay Prashad, Hindu
China's military might, now for Africa to see - Claude Arpi, Pioneer
Crippling blockade over - Pioneer
In Naypyidaw, democracy dawns - Mayuri Mukherjee, Pioneer
Changing collective mindset in Pakistan - Nadeem F Paracha, Pioneer
It Made China See Red - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
China's military reforms have serious implications - Jayadeva Ranade, NewIndianExpress
China's new model Army - Manoj Joshi, Mail Today
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