General Manoj Mukund Naravane, the chief of the Indian army, visited the UAE and Saudi Arabia recently for the first time.
Using these factors as reference points, this article adds important context to the long-standing border conflicts between nuclear powers - India and China and India and Pakistan, in the disputed territory of J&K.
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We know that Pakistan, India, and North Korea are all either improving or increasing their arsenals as well.
Having a strong presence in Aden means the UAE would have the luxury of the Bab al-Mandab strait, along with easier access to the Indian Ocean and more control over the Red Sea.
Following a long non-violent struggle against the British colonial authorities in India, and a year after India won its independence from Britain (1947), Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated by a Hindu extremist named Nathuram Godse.
s long as the perception of extra-regional and extra-continental solutions are given priority, the fight against piracy in the Gulf of Aden and the western coast of the Indian Ocean will remain on paper.
India’s Lack of Self-Reliance India preferred not to sign the RCEP in order to protect its domestic market from the “invasion” of Chinese goods.
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It is a fear of the rise of China especially, as well as Vietnam, India, and North Korea in the East.
These peoples include but are not limited to the Lebanese, Syrian, and Palestinian diasporas in South America, North America, and Europe; the Indian and Chinese diasporas in Malaysia; the Greek and Japanese diasporas in the United States; and the Turkish diaspora in Europe.
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Without doubt, the supreme example of triumphant symbolic politics in modern times was the extraordinary resistance and liberation movement led by Gandhi that merged his individual hunger strikes unto death with spectacular nonviolent forms of collective action (for instance, ‘the salt march’ of 1930), accomplishing what seemed impossible at the time, bringing the British Empire to its knees, and by so doing, restoring independent statehood and sovereignty to India.
In this case, 'Asian' refers more to people from the Indian Sub-Continent (since this is a historical/demographic emphasis) but also is 'inclusive' enough to cover everyone who is non-white (Caucasian minorities such as Eastern European, Irish or Roma people have other identifiers).
Take for instance the trending #CoronaJihad, a social media movement started by Hindu nationalists who blame Muslims for coronavirus in India, not to mention that Muslims are segregated or even denied treatment in hospitals throughout the country.
Recent news stories of cruise ships unable to dock; slurs directed at people of Far-East Asian descent in North America; foreign nationals unable to secure any kind of accommodation in India; and people from large urban areas being met with hostility in rural areas of France are just a handful of examples of pre-existing instincts laid bare.
In his book Myanmar’s Enemy Within: Buddhist Violence and the Making of a Muslim Other (2017) Francis Wade illustrates how Buddhist nationalism coupled with Islamophobic rhetoric borrowed from India’s Hindu-Nationalists and far-right movements in the West fuelled and exacerbated the continuing persecution of the Rohingya in Myanmar.
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But if you are a country like Brazil, Turkey, Malaysia, even India, and you pursue an independent foreign defense policy and if you do not follow the Washington party line, American systems are not always the best choice.