Anuradha M. Chenoy (for Info only, not official)


Anuradha M. Chenoy

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    ...The Russian Embassy announced that their first-ever joint military exercises with Pakistan, that were initially to be held in the sensitive Gilgit-Baltistan area this week, would be shifted with due respect to Indian sensitivities.Why is India’s time-tested strategic partner engaging with Pakistan at this juncture?Is there a shift in Russian geostrategy and linkage with China that is impacting Moscow’s relations with India?Have India’s own foreign policy shifts and new relations set off a reaction in Russia?The Russia-Pakistan joint exercises raise many questions.Under President Vladimir Putin, Russia has shown assertiveness in international affairs.It has taken a clear position on opposing Western intervention and militarist regime-change policies in Iraq and Libya and now in Syria.Russia has used counter-force in the fight against the Islamic State in backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.It retook the province of Crimea that it had gifted Ukraine in 1954 due to (Soviet) historical reasons. ...

    The Hindu on Sept. 29, 2016, 12:23 a.m.

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    ...It is important that the engagement in each area deepens.Currently, progress in some of these areas has stalled.Has the prime minister's trip to Moscow earlier this week brought new clarity to the relationship?The strength of India-Russia relations lay in their common understanding that even while there were elements of anarchy in the international system, states could and should collectively construct a more law- and norm-based international system that enables states like India and others from the global South to exercise independent foreign policies linked to their national development, unhampered by the hegemonic interests of any great power.The idea of non-alignment and multipolarity flow from this conceptualisation. ...

    Indian Express on Oct. 25, 2013, 12:32 a.m.