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Political Crisis in the US Partners Nation

Currently, the world is going through political instability and Ukraine crisis. The Ukraine crisis has been going on for five months. On the one hand, while the world is standing at one pole with the Ukraine crisis, Russia is standing at…

Samsung discontinues Galaxy S21 Ultra

South Korean tech giant Samsung has discontinued selling its Galaxy S21 Ultra in anticipation of the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra. GSM Arena confirmed the news that Samsung has decided to discontinue selling the Galaxy S21 Ultra on its…

A year of Biden

Joe Biden’s first year as US president included two major historic accomplishments and a series of (often bitter) disappointments that has his party headed toward likely defeat in November’s midterm elections. Biden’s own political future…

India’s balancing act between Russia, US

Iftikhar Gilani Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to New Delhi on Dec. 6, which also marks the arrival of the first batch of the S-400 Triumf long-range air defense system, will test India’s diplomatic skills in balancing ties…

US says Syria airstrike ‘legitimate’

WASHINGTON The US Central Command said Sunday that a 2019 airstrike that killed civilians in Syria was "legitimate," after a New York Times investigation said the military had concealed the death of dozens of non-combatants. The…

United States bans China Telecom

WASHINGTON US regulators on Tuesday terminated the authorization for China Telecom's American subsidiary to behavior enterprise in the United States, citing "significant" national security risks. The Federal Communications Commission…

US troops rotating into Taiwan for training

WASHINGTON The US special operations forces have been rotating into Taiwan on a brief basis to carry out training of Taiwanese forces, two sources acquainted with the matter said today, speaking on condition of anonymity. The…

Afghan reality awakening

In the midst of the disarray of Taliban-held Afghanistan, part of the global media, a few intellectuals, and the Biden organization are pushing stories that build up their own self-serving sees, yet regularly don't mirror the truth on the…

What is Biden doing when we can’t see him?

Three distinctive and preposterous instances of America's continuous emergency of government skill. America's Emergency of Capability, Section One Chris Cillizza of CNN composed Monday, "Seven months into his initial term, in any…

TikTok Is China’s Trojan Horse

More than one in three Americans believe that Joe Biden is weak on China. With the president recently opting to revoke a Trump-era attempt to ban Chinese-owned apps, their beliefs appear to be valid. TikTok, one of the apps Biden decided…

How China keeps US-UK relationship special

Joe Biden and Boris Johnson met for the first time on Thursday ahead of the  G7 summit, after much media discourse highlighted the White House’s concerns over Northern Ireland and the president’s scorn for the PM in the past. But as Biden’s…

Russia expels 10 US diplomats

MOSCOW Russia announced on Wednesday that it was expelling 10 US diplomats. In a statement, the Foreign Ministry said a diplomatic note with the list of the diplomats declared persona non grata had been handed to the deputy head of…

Biden’s first 100 days

Each Spring in April we fund our national priorities. This year, as the last, we face an altered reality as we continue to grapple with a global pandemic that has taken the lives of over 560,000 Americans and almost three million people…

US envoy Kerry starts climate talks in China

Shanghai US climate envoy John Kerry met with his Chinese counterparts in Shanghai on Thursday, in the first visit to China by an official from a Biden administration seeking to re-establish America's leadership on the environment.…

Iran: No talks with US during Vienna meeting

TEHRAN, Iran Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sayed Abbas Araghchi on Sunday ruled out any direct or indirect talks with the US one day before heading to Vienna for much-anticipated talks on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal. Araghchi told…

EU calls for new ties with US in Biden era

BRUSSELS Under soon-to-be President Joe Biden, the US and the EU should build a new alliance, a key leader of the bloc proposed on Wednesday. “On the first day of his mandate, I address a solemn proposal to the new US president. Let's…

Wuhan reports no new cases of virus infection

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected more than 215,000 people and killed more than 8,700. The COVID-19 illness causes mild or moderate symptoms in most people, but severe symptoms are more likely in the elderly or…

Trump, wife Melania land in Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) India US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump landed in Ahmedabad in Gujarat on Monday, shortly before 12 pm. The US President will participate in the 'Namaste Trump' event at Motera Stadium in a short…

US seizes Iranian weapons cache in Arabian Sea

WASHINGTON The U.S. said Thursday it seized a cache of suspected Iranian-origin anti-tank weapons and other munitions in the Arabian Sea. The USS Normandy intercepted and boarded a dhow, a traditional sail boat used in the region, when it…

What’s in Trump’s Middle East plan

More than two years after he first proposed a plan to revive the long-moribund Israeli-Palestinian peace process, US President Donald Trump released details on Tuesday of his proposal to solve a conflict that has frustrated peacemakers for…

Thousands converge for anti-US rally in Iraq

BAGHDAD, Iraq Thousands of Iraqis gathered in the Baghdad city center on Friday at a rally against the presence of U.S. troops in the country. The demonstrators responded to a call by Iraqi cleric Muqtada al-Sadr who called for a…

New great game in the Middle East

The old Great Game, a set of military-diplomatic confrontations, was played out between the British Empire and the Russian Empire in lower Central Asia and Afghanistan, primarily in the 19th century. The Russian Bear was suspected to be…

Standoff in the Middle East

Cynics expressed that the latest salvo from President Trump that led to stealth assassination of an Iranian military leader in Baghdad was designed to divert attention from his impending impeachment trial in the US Senate. This usually is…

Cellphones Banned for Anyone Under Age 21

A senator from Vermont recently proposed a total ban on cellphone use for anyone under 21-years-old. Democratic Sen. John Rodgers says that he is sponsoring the bill because “cellphones are just as dangerous as guns.” While Rodgers says…

Asian stocks rise ahead of US-China trade pact

BEIJING Asian stock markets rose Monday ahead of the signing of a U.S.-Chinese trade pact as investors shrugged off weaker-than-expected American jobs data. Benchmarks in Shanghai, Hong Kong and South Korea advanced. Japanese markets were…

What is at stake in Taiwan’s election

TAIPEI Taiwan votes in presidential and parliamentary elections on Saturday, which will set the course for the democratic island’s ties with its giant and autocratic neighbor China, which claims Taiwan as its territory. Here is what is at…

US military presence in Iraq in spotlight

After Iran launched missile attacks early Wednesday on military bases in Iraq where U.S. forces are stationed, the spotlight is on the U.S. and foreign military presence in the country. The attacks came in retaliation for last week’s U.S.…

NASA mission finds its first exoplanet

The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced Tuesday that its Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) mission uncovered its first exoplanet with two stars. “Our @NASAExoplanets mission @NASA_TESS has found…

Denmark suspends training of Iraqi soldiers

COPENHAGEN Denmark suspended training of Iraqi forces amid rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran for the assassination of a top Iranian general by an American airstrike, according to a statement Saturday from the Danish Army. The…
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