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It’s now a question of holding trusts and balances when it comes to India-China relations

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

Overnight we won’t be able to solve the border issues with China

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

Pakistan has been told from various public forums that unless it complies quickly with the US demands, punitive steps could follow.

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

In the past, political developments in Pakistan have always been keenly observed and analysed both within the government and by thinkers across India. But the Narendra Modi government, with its policy of unilateral “red lines”, has created the impression that Pakistan doesn’t merit much serious attention. 

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

India also needs a new Pakistan policy which is calibrated to isolate those elements that are inimical to India instead of painting the whole of Pakistan with one brush.

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

The people of India, however, will have to decide in a little over a year if Trump or Roosevelt should be the preferred guide on diplomacy.

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

We have a free trade agreement. The future has to be determined by Sri Lanka. I think Sri Lankan economy is a recovering economy. It has gone through a very difficult and a long period of internal disturbance, civil war-like conditions, which scares away.

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

I think the way forward, the prime minister’s visit would really focus on economics – like – we said, signing of the agreement. economic linkages, give a boost to that. Let that drive the relationshi,  greet your people to people exchanges. I think more people should visit Sri Lanka

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

President Obama, despite reassurances, never managed to quite convince the Saudis that they had not been abandoned by the US.

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

Protocol aside, defence deals were finalised amounting to $110 billion, negotiated by Mr Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. In addition, $250 billion of commercial investment and over the next 10 years more military sales, thrice the current deal, have been promised.

Krishan Chander Singh (K.C. Singh)

PM and President Xi also recognized the common threat posed by terrorism both reiterated their strong condemnation of a resolute opposition to terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. Both committed to cooperate further in counter-terrorism.

Vijay Keshav Gokhale

The two leaders (Modi & Xi) underscored that it is important to maintain peace along India-China border region & decided that they will issue strategic guidance to their respective militaries to strengthen communications & to build trust & understanding.

Vijay Keshav Gokhale

On the issue of India-China boundary question, the two leaders (Modi & Xi) endorsed work of the special representative to find a fair reasonable & mutual settlement.

Vijay Keshav Gokhale

Both sides committed to further cooperate in counter-terrorism efforts…. They also agreed that such informal summits would continue and enhance strategic communication through meetings of top leadership

Vijay Keshav Gokhale

We need to strengthen strategic communication and mutual understanding. We commit to create an open, multipolar and pluralistic society

Vijay Keshav Gokhale

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