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Tevita Motulalo discusses changing geopolitical partnerships in the Pacific Islands, post-COP21, and the irreparable damages of Climate Change on the Pacific.
Pakistan's dismal public health system is rife with mismanagement and a paucity of resources. Amidst this shambolic system, one hospital in Karachi has been providing specialised healthcare to millions. Free of charge.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership may not prove the force stability many assume.
As it celebrates its 240th birthday, the U.S. Navy would do well to keep the Indian Ocean in mind.
The two countries need to think beyond the energy sector in their joint efforts to tackle climate change.
President Mukherjee's first State visit to Israel from October 13-15, 2015 symbolizes the changing dynamics of India-Israel relations as well as is part of India’s wider re-engagement strategy viz. West Asia.
This week, the US and Indian navies will meet in the Bay of Bengal for the Malabar exercise, a series that began 23 years ago and represents a powerful signal of convergence in the Indo-Pacific. Yet if we take a broader perspective, we see that Malabar has lost some of the momentum it built up in the mid-2000s.
China is taking a wait-and-see approach on the U.S.-led trade deal.
The communique from the first ever G20 Energy Ministerial in Istanbul, an initial response to the call from G20 leaders at last year's summit to meet and progress nine agreed principles on energy collaboration, is more notable for what has not been progressed.