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As China thinks big, the West languishes

By Elenoire Laudieri Since the beginning of modern history, which is commonly traced back to the discovery of America, the West has regarded itself as a universal civilization and has sought to impose itself, by any means necessary, on the rest of the world. For most of the last 200 …

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Modi Failed to Isolating neighbours

BY M ROSHAN INDIAN Prime Minister Narendra Modi has to have moral courage to speak the truth. Tensions between Pakistan and India could reduce only if there is change in Indian attitude and positive approach in communicating with Pakistan. Moreover continues interference in the international and external policies of the …

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How China fights poverty in rural areas

BY FABIO MASSIMO PARENTI In contemporary China, from its founding until today, the eradication of absolute poverty has been a priority. It could not be otherwise, given the disastrous conditions in which the Chinese population was torn apart by a century of invasions, civil wars and internal riots. In the …

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Modi in anti-peace syndrome

BY M ROSHAN PAKISTAN has recently taken initiatives for making durable peace with India by inviting its leaders for talks to resolve all outstanding disputes, including the core dispute of Jammu and Kashmir. For example, in September 2018, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Mr Shah Mahmood Qureshi sought to have a meeting …

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China’s reform efforts an example to the world

BY BAO CHUANJIAN The Third Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China held in November 2013 examined a number of important issues regarding comprehensively deepening reform. The Communiqué adopted thereafter points out that the overall goal of comprehensively deepening reform was to improve and …

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Indian RSS and American list of religious freedom

BY C KIRAN It is quite shocking that the United States has placed Pakistan on a special watch list of countries that violate religious freedom. This discriminatory list was announced by US Secretary of State himself. Pakistan understands that this move is politically motivated and aims at a time once …

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India’s new discreet diplomacy in South Asia

BY SUBIR BHAUMIK The last two weeks have cooled nerves in Delhi and vindicated its new-found faith in discreet diplomacy as a better option than the initial muscular, jingoist approach of the Narendra Modi administration. This approach, pioneered by foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale and backed by the country’s intelligence community, …

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