Tag Archives: India

septiembre 30

Hacer negocios en Kazajistán

El presidente de gobierno español, Mariano Rajoy, llega a Astaná, domingo 29 de septiembre Eurasian Hub, 30 de septiembre, 2013 La guía de Kazajistán de Paul Brummell, es un libro recomendable por varias razones, en especial por el grado de calidad  general de la obra. Además, cabe destacar que es prácticamente la única publicada en […]

septiembre 29

Pakistan Extends Olive Branch to India

Pakistani Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif addresses the 68th United Nations General Assembly on Friday Sept. 27, 2013 at U.N. headquarters. Andrew Burton, Pool – AP Photo Pakistan Extends Olive Branch to India By Saeed Shah, The Wall Street Journal, September 27, 2013 NEW YORK—Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif used a speech at the United Nations on […]

septiembre 17

China and Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan: A worker welds a pipeline section imported from China. Daily traffic of trucks coming from China, loaded with pipes, is really significant. China and Kazakhstan: Inevitability of Beijing’s Growing Influence Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 10 Issue: 153 August 16, 2013 By: Alexander Kim For centuries, China was a major source of wealth for […]

Mapas que explican el mundo (1)

Hace menos de un mes reprodujimos el mapa de Panarin, extraido de la colección «40 maps that explain the World» publicados por The Washington Post (12 de agosto), compilados y comentados por Max Fisher. Hoy hemos escogido unos pocos, más o menos relacionados entre sí a partir de asuntos como la tolerancia y las creencias […]

Comportamientos religiosos y sectarismo en el islam en Pakistán (1)

El pasado 27 de junio, Ana Ballesteros Peiró leyó su tesis de doctorado en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Departamento de Estudios Árabes e Islámicos y Estudios Orientales. La investigación fue dirigida por los profesores Bernabé López García y María Jesús Martín López. Publicamos aquí un resumen del contenido y conclusiones de este trabajo, redactado por la […]

Accession to the EU: Serbia should ‘’Icelandize’’ its European policy

Accession to the EU: Serbia should ‘’Icelandize’’ its European policy IBNA INTERVIEW – Živadin Jovanović, former Yugoslav Foreign Minister By Miloš Mitrović – Belgrade “After the European Union Council had announced the start of the accession negotiations with Serbia, the statements by the EU representatives in this regard were mainly general. They said that the […]

US exit: India steps up Afghan army training

Indian and foreign Special Forces personnel under going jungle warfare training at the specialised counter-insurgency range of the Indian army’s famous Counter-Insurgency and Jungle Warfare School (CIJW) in Vairengte in Mizoram. Read also: «Afghanistan to ask India for military aid» US exit: India steps up Afghan army training IDRW.org, July 13, 2013 India is stepping […]

Flash Point in the Eastern Mediterranean

The guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey (CG 61) transits the Suez Canal.- Navy Live Flash Point in the Eastern Mediterranean Will conflict in the Middle East trigger the next great power war? James Stavridis, Foreign Policy, July 19, 2013 This is not a new crisis. The Greek poet Constantine Cavafy lived and wrote in Egypt a […]

TAP Wins on Nabucco: A Total Defeat for the EU

TAP Wins on Nabucco: A Total Defeat for the EU Matteo Cazzulani, EastBook, 5.07.2013 The choice of Trans Adriatic Pipeline as the unique pipeline to pump Azerbaijani gas to Europe is economically convenient to reach Northern European energy markets. However, the exclusion of Nabucco is a total defeat of the EU projects to diversify gas […]

Secret Syria War Plan To Balkanize Syria And Turkey

US – Russian Relations deteriorating as Kuwaiti Whistle Blower Discloses Secret Syria War-Plan Excerpt from the original article published by nsnbc ìnternational last March 12, 2013 (…) Faisal al-Hamad has, according to the German, independent media Die Evidenz, stated, that a separate and secret agreement had been signed at the sidelines of the Friends of […]

Asian Nations Are Not Popular Worldwide: BBC Poll

LF Cartoons, by Luke Farookhi, 07/04/2013 Asian Nations Are Not Popular Worldwide: BBC Poll By Zachary Keck, The Diplomat, May 29, 2013 Asia is not very popular around the world and the popularity of many countries in the region is trending downward, according to an annual poll by the BBC. The 2013 edition of the BBC World Service’s Country Ratings […]

China ofrece a India un «apretón de manos a través del Himalaya»

El pirmer ministro chino, Li Keqiang, estrecha la mano de su homólogo indio, Manmohan Singh China ofrece a India un «apretón de manos a través del Himalaya» lainformacion.com, 20/05/13 NUEVA DELHI (Reuters) – India y China estudiarán nuevos modos de reducir la tensión en su frontera, sobre la que mantienen desacuerdos, después de un enfrentamiento militar […]

Pole-Land: The world’s third-largest area of ice

The climate of Tibet Pole-Land The world’s third-largest area of ice is about to undergo a systematic investigation The Economist, May 11th 2013 | Dehradun, India OF ALL the transitions brought about on the Earth’s surface by temperature change, the melting of ice into water is the starkest. It is binary. And for the land beneath, the […]

Technical training key to Yemen’s development

 Abdul Hafez Noman, minister of Technical Education and Vocational Training. Technical training key to Yemen’s development: Yemeni Minister Faisal Darem, Al-Shorfa, Sanaa, 2013-05-01 Technical education and vocational training are the key to Yemen’s industrial development, said Abdul Hafez Noman, minister of technical education and vocational training. For this reason, the ministry has initiated a number of projects […]

Rafael Poch: entre Pekín y Berlín

Portada del libro de Rafael Poch: La actualidad de China. Un mundo en crisis, una sociedad en gestación, Ed. Crítica, Barcelona 2009 Rafael Poch: “China, aunque suene fuerte, es de los países mejor gobernados del mundo” Publicado por Álvaro Corazón Rural / Jot Down, 24 de abril, 2013 La información internacional sufre dos grandes males. El más […]

Asia: Stronger Growth Ahead in 2013

Asia: Stronger Growth Ahead in 2013 By Anthony Fensom, Pacific Money / The Diplomat, April 30, 2013 Asia is gearing up for stronger growth in 2013, with the latest forecasts from international financial institutions and even noodle sales adding to the upbeat trend. According to the International Monetary Fund, the region will lead the global “three-speed […]

China in Greenland

Procedence: «Northern rare earth potential», North of 56.  China in Greenland: Way Beyond the Truth? Beijing’s increasing interest in the Arctic has led to intense speculation – and now a warning from the central government By Martin Breum, CaixinOnline, April 12, 2013 It was a startling remark. It was made during an otherwise ordinary press […]

What’s behind the conflict on the Korean Peninsula?

South Korean soldiers stand guard in fog at the truce village of Panmunjom in the demilitarized zone dividing North and South Korea (AFP Photo / Jung Yeon-Je) What’s behind the conflict on the Korean Peninsula? Alexei Fenenko, Valdai, April 19, 2013 This spring has been marked by an unprecedented escalation of tensions on the Korean […]

Prospect of elimination of Maoists in Jharkhand, now real

Prospect of elimination of Maoists in Jharkhand now real By Bibhu Prasad Routray, The New Indian Express, 14th April, 2013 For the state’s counter-Maoist strategy, the intervening night of March 27-28 brought a landmark success. In Jharkhand’s Lakarbandha forests in Chatra district, 10 CPI-Maoist cadres, including a number of key leaders, were killed by the outfit’s bete […]

Finland updates its Arctic strategy

Photo: Flickr / vindoe40 – Finnish icebreaker SAMPO in Arctic Finland updates its Arctic strategy Energy-EnviroFinland, 20 November 2012 With temperatures rising at twice the rate of the rest of the world, the sea ice in the Arctic Ocean is melting faster than projected making it possible to utilize the region’s rich natural resources and opening […]