The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is a proposed free trade agreement between the ten member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and its five FTA partners. In November 2019, India, the sixth FTA partner, decided to opt out of the pact due to domestic concerns against potential Chinese flooding of its agriculture sector.Continue reading The RCEP Train has Left the Station, Inspite of India
The United States suffered a major blow in the South China Sea when India refused the US invitation to join its naval patrols in the area.
While it prides itself as one beacon of modernity, medievalist eugenic principles do run deep inside the British Monarchy. There is not a single moment in their past or the present that they don’t think about the total eradication of the colored race plague.
Attempts to break up the BRICS through military agreements and other “divide and conquer” methods may not work at this time.
Asia’s position is very clear: no more wars of aggression. New military installations at this time is unacceptable.
There was a Foreign Ministers’ Meeting between Russia, India and China held a day ago, discussing broad issues, from regional cooperation to global financial reforms.
A few days ago, I came into an article that gave me some concerns. This came as an analysis of the magazine cover of Economist January 2015 issue, one of the popular mainstream periodicals in the field of economics.
I was having second thoughts on posting it here, but when I saw an article at RT that tackled China’s concern regarding the developing “closeness” between Modi and Obama, this finally triggered the posting of this article.
Upcoming 2015 year will be all about further moves towards the integration of Eurasia as the US is progressively squeezed out of Eurasia, Pepe Escobar believes.
Russian Ambassador to India said that the Russian regions are in a position to take a leading role in developing trade and economic cooperation between India and Russia.
Continue reading Diplomat Expects Russian Regions to Be Forefront in Cooperation With India