Dr. Rajaram Panda, Eurasia Review

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Ukraine Crisis After One Year – An Assessment

Introduction Russia’s military operation in Ukraine started on 24 February 2022. During this one year of conflict, the situation in the world has drifted into dangerous situation with the world get… → Read More

Vietnam PM Visit To Singapore To Boost Bilateral Ties – Analysis

The Prime Minister of Vietnam Pham Minh Chinh will undertake a state visit to Singapore from 8 to 10 February 2023. Vietnam and Singapore share excellent bilateral relations, underpinned by the Str… → Read More

Big Potentials For Future Of India-Vietnam Ties – Analysis

The year 2022 is significant in India-Vietnam relations as it marks the 50th year of the establishment of diplomatic ties. In this long journey of five decades, bilateral ties have developed in all… → Read More

Significance Of Trong’s Forthcoming Visit To China – Analysis

Amid the strained relations between China and many Asian countries in Asia because of the former’s assertiveness, and following the unprecedented third term for Chinese President Xi Jinping, the Ge… → Read More

Challenges For Kishida Post-Abe And Post Upper House Election Victory – Analysis

Japan held elections to the Upper House on 10 July, two days after the former Prime Minister Abe Shinzo was assassinated in Nara while campaigning for the candidates of his Liberal Democratic Party… → Read More

Revitalizing The ASEAN Amid Growing Challenges From China – Analysis

Though the Russia-Ukraine crisis has hijacked the world attention, three flashpoints in Asia – Taiwan Straits, South China Sea and Korea’s nuclear/missile issues – continue to remain alive. Given t… → Read More

What Does The US-ASEAN Special Summit Mean For Vietnam? – Analysis

As part of his trip to the US to attend the ASEAN-US Special Summit held in Washington, Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh had also a bilateral meeting with the US President Joe Biden on 12 … → Read More

India And Vietnam: 50 Years Of Diplomatic Ties – Analysis

The year 2022 marks the 50th year of the establishment of diplomatic journey between India and Vietnam. This marks a milestone for both countries and a premise for developing deeper people-to-peopl… → Read More

Russia-Ukraine Crisis: An Indian Perspective

There is a new churning in world’s geopolitics following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The world responded strongly, with the US leading in imposing crippling sanctions against Russia. Russian Pres… → Read More

Significance Of The Mekong-Ganga Cooperation Initiative – Analysis

The 11th Mekong-Ganga Cooperation (MGC) Ministerial meeting took place on 21 July. Cambodia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Prak Sokhonn co-chaired with his Indian count… → Read More

Vietnam To Hold General Elections On May 23 – Analysis

The upcoming election of deputies to the 15th National Assembly and People’s Councils of all levels for the 2021-26 tenure slated for 23 May is an important political event in Vietnam. The General … → Read More

Chinese Incursions In South China Sea Heightens Tension – Analysis

China’s increasing incursions in the contested South China Sea in defiance of global norms has heightened tensions in the region. In view of its massive military muscle and economic power that Chin… → Read More

Task Cut-Out For New PM Of Vietnam Pham Minh Chinh – Analysis

Vietnam is unique in being the only country among the 10-member ASEAN-grouping that has carved out a niche for itself in the economic development process with a socialist set-up. Ever since it drov… → Read More

Mori Exits, Enters Hashimoto But Controversy Over Tokyo Olympics Continues

Japan is in the news lately, all for wrong reasons. Amid surging cases of infected coronavirus and search for the right vaccine to stem its further → Read More

Japan Joins Issue With ASEAN On South China Sea

Beijing’s expansive claims in the strategically important waterway, the South China Sea, are a matter of concern for several countries in the region. → Read More

India-Vietnam Summit: Focus On Result-Oriented Strategy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a virtual summit with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc on December 21. Of the entire 10 member ASEAN → Read More

Wang Yi's Visit To Japan: Efforts To Mend Bilateral Ties

Though China has been in news because of host of issues with several countries, the outbreak of the coronavirus (Covid-19) in Wuhan that swept the world → Read More

Summit Diplomacy In Asia To Cope With Common Challenge

The 37th ASEAN Summit and related meetings held from 12 to 15 November hosted by Vietnam was by far the most important activity of ASEAN in 2020 and → Read More

Singapore Goes To Polls Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

In a sudden development that surprised many, in a televised address to the nation Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced on June 23 advising → Read More

Despite Nuclear Stalemate, Moon Pursuing Inter-Korean Projects

Despite the coronavirus hogging international limelight, the Korean Peninsula issue does not lose any bit of international relevance. The last → Read More