South Asia and Beyond

Amitabh P. Revi

Russian language speaker and conflict journalist. Amitabh Revi has been there, done that—from the battlefields of Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan to sublime Russia, Australia and the United States. Along the way he's picked up the Dag Hammarskjöld Distinguished Journalist Fellowship, the Ramnath Goenka award for coverage of the Iraq War and RT's Khaled Alkhateb Award for his reporting from Palmyra, Syria.

Delhi-Moscow Ties Can Withstand U.S. S-400 Sanctions; Quad Detrimental To Region: Russian Envoy

NEW DELHI: Let the Biden administration publicly announce its plans but we don’t recognise unilateral sanctions, Russia’s Ambassador to India Nikolay R. Kudashev has said on the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) imposed on NATO member Turkey for purchase of Russia’s S-400 missile defence system. At a press briefing, the envoy said “India’s […]Read More

Biden Won’t Reverse Sudan, Morocco Deals With Israel, U.S.: Ex-American Envoy John Campbell

NEW DELHI: “The ability to box-in President-elect Biden on foreign policy is extremely limited and overstated,” says Ambassador John Campbell, the former U.S. Envoy to Nigeria, adding, “in the case of Sudan and Morocco, the Biden administration will not reverse either of those” deals that has four arab countries, so far, joining the Abraham Accords […]Read More

Judge Moscow By Actions On India’s Post-Galwan Military Requests: Russia Expert Nandan Unnikrishnan

NEW DELHI: “India doesn’t have to get its knickers in a twist,” over Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s remarks to the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) think tank, says Nandan Unnikrishnan, Distinguished Fellow, Observer Research Foundation. “Judge them by the statement they’ve made through actions post Galwan. They’re supplying everything we’ve asked them for” he […]Read More

Difficult For China To Retaliate To EU ‘Magnitsky’ Act Without Cutting Off Nose To Spite Face: Bill Browder

NEW DELHI: Taking away dictators’, torturers’ access to 27 countries in the European Union (EU) is a harsh, meaningful way of expressing displeasure over these types of crimes, says William F. Browder, a friend and ex-employer of Sergei Magnitsky. On December 7. EU Foreign Ministers approved the ‘Action Plan on Human Rights and Democracy’ (informally […]Read More

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