Russia

Revolt in Russia: Will it halt conflict in Ukraine?

Russia won’t alter course, but Prigozhin’s revolt may stall the conflict for a while

Wagner’s rebellion: Russia warns West against exploitation of domestic crisis

Belarusian officials revealed that President Alexander Lukashenko negotiated a deal with Prigozhin, under Putin's guidance, to prevent further advancement. 

Pakistan’s power play: Key factor in India’s strategic flexibility

India needs flexibility in its tightrope walk over an extraordinarily treacherous geopolitical minefield

Hiroshima’s glitz, Kazan’s substance: A tale of two summits

In midst of media frenzy surrounding Hiroshima, geopolitical implications discussed at low-key KazanForum paints a contrasting picture of global engagement

Fall of Bakhmut: Will it become turning point for Putin?

Capturing of key transport and logistics hub could be a key event in Russia-Ukraine conflict; It could be a big morale booster for the Russian forces

PM Modi meets President Zelenskyy, offers help but no invite to G20

India did not budge from Ukraine’s pressure tactics; No decision yet on inviting it to G20 Summit

Bilateral cooperation, Ukraine: Dr Jaishankar holds meet with Lavrov

Indian External Affairs minister and Russian Foreign minister meet on the sidelines of SCO Foreign Ministers’ meet in Goa

West’s illegitimate sanctions impact global markets: Russian Dy PM

Russia not planning to fence itself off from the rest of the world, says Deputy PM Denis Manturov

GCII predicts India-Russia trade to reach $40bn

The rekindling of the age-old India-Russia relationship could see the trade between the two traditional trading partners rise to $40 billion, industry experts believe. With an aim to strengthen trade ties between Russia and India, a group of selected business organisations gathered at the Russia-India Business Forum. The event, organised by Global Council of Innovation […]

NATO paradox and other American miscalculations

As the conflict in Ukraine begins to look like a key marker paging the end of unipolarity, one cannot help but look back at two of the four big miscalculations of the USA