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Uranium Tracking and the Double Standard

In her response to Mark Hibb’s recent article in the magazine The Diplomat, Dr. Roshan Khaniejo of the USI refutes the call for tracking India’s imported uranium as being unduly alarmist and smacking of Western double standard in its dealings with India’s responsible nuclear policy.


Why the fall of Yemen’s government is a huge problem for Saudi Arabia

The takeover of the capital Sanaa by the Shiite Houthi rebels has been viewed as the expansion of Iran’s influence in the Arabian peninsula and the diminution of Sunni influence in the region. The presence of Al-Qaeda in the war-torn country is raising alarm bells for the country to fever pitch.

Barack Obama, Narendra Modi

India-US bonhomie need not rile China, says US President

Aspects like democracy reflect values of India and the US, in a way that does not apply to China, says Obama. To the US, a destabilized, impoverished and disintegrating China is dangerous, ‘but its growth should also not be at the expense of others’.


Modi-Obama-Nuclear Agreement

Dr Roshan writes – As far as the nuclear issues are concerned have the two countries been able to break the nuclear logjam in the civil nuclear arena?