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India’s ‘Development Diplomacy’ threatens China’s ‘Debt Trap Diplomacy’

Earlier this week, Beijing launched the ‘China-South Asian Countries Poverty Alleviation and Cooperative Development Centre’. China had invited Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh for the inauguration. But in a bid to create divisions in the Indian Subcontinent, China categorically avoided inviting India, Bhutan and Maldives. However, there is more to this step taken by China. Beijing is worried about India’s ‘Development Diplomacy’, which, combined with the other Quad

North Korea is facing one of the worst food crisis;  'Nervous' China and 32 years of Tiananmen Massacre

North Korea is facing one of the worst food crisis   North Korea is facing one of the worst food crisis that could cause millions of deaths. At the same time, the high recession is adding to peoples troubles. Commoners are selling off even household items just to buy food. A report by a South Korean think tank estimates that North Korea produced only under 4 million tonnes of grains

Spain seeing rise of the Right-wing as economic and social problems grow; CCP insists on next Dalai Lama to be chosen in China

Spain seeing rise of the Right-wing as economic and social problems grow   Pablo Casado, the leader of the People’s Party (PP) has unveiled the ‘Vision of Centre-Right Future for Spain’. The conservative PP has promised fiscal reforms, labour market changes and simplification of governance in its vision document. PP’s popularity is rising fast. The recent win of Isabel Diaz Ayuso in the Madrid election is a pointer to the