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AUKUS to bring ‘nuclear-powered submarine fever’ across gl...

US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison almost announced simultaneously on...

Aid for Afghans

The guns have at last fallen silent in Afghanistan, but spiralling poverty and hunger are giving rise to a humanitarian crisis. Soon af...

Teach the US, Taiwan island a real lesson if they call for...

Illustration: Liu Rui/GT According to British newspaper the Financial Times on Saturday, Washington is seriously considering a req...

Nepal: Bridging the literacy gap

A child dressed in traditional costume takes part in a procession to mark the Gai Jatra cow festival in Kathmandu on Aug 23, 2021.P...

The symbolism of Muzaffarnagar

On Sunday, farm unions, demanding a repeal of three farm laws, organised a kisan mahapanchayat in Muzaffarnagar in west Uttar Pradesh (...

Phone hacking technology: Why would the state consider cit...

A report was published in Prothom Alo, citing Israeli newspaper Haaretz, that Israel would not sell its phone-hacking technology to Ban...

Towards a democratic society, or a surveillance one?

On an issue that concerns every citizen of our country and their constitutional rights, 10 supreme court lawyers have filed a writ peti...

Asean envoy for Myanmar a step forward

When Myanmar's military leader Min Ang Hlaing agreed to accept an Asean special envoy at the grouping's hastily called summit on April...

Joe Biden’s China focus means little attention for other c...

US President Joe Biden is seen in the White House on Friday. Photo: EPA-EFE United States President Joe Biden’s announc...

As the U.S. withdraws, Afghanistan’s neighbors must step u...

Members of an internally displaced Afghan family who have fled the fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces arrive in the...

Significance behind China-Taleban meeting

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi (right) meets Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, political chief of Afghanistan's Talib...

PM on Afghanistan

Thousands of Taliban supporters rally in Quetta, Pakistan, near the Afghan border, on October 1, 2001. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images...

Biden should follow G7 pragmatism in approach to China

President Joe Biden speaks during a news conference after attending the G7 summit, in Newquay, Britain. Photo: AP The Group of Sev...

In two minds: On Tokyo Olympics

Not everyone is enthused about the biggest sporting event of the world, due in a couple of months in Tokyo. Less than a fortnight ago,...

Rebuilding Gaza

AS some semblance of normality returns to Gaza following a ceasefire that ended 11 days of savage Israeli bombardment, efforts of the g...

The Guardian view on the US and Israel: time for change

A recent rally in support of Palestinians near the Washington monument. ‘An influx of progressive Democrats have brought renewe...

Bangladesh joins Chinese initiative for vaccine, oxygen

We welcome the government's decision to join five other South Asian countries in a multilateral effort to ensure vaccine and oxygen sup...

Dhaka must stand up to Delhi in Bangladesh’s deep sea clai...

Bangladesh’s maritime boundary dispute that has yet to be settled is its claim on ‘grey areas’ in the northern Bay of...

Tricky path to reviving Iran nuclear deal

With Iran set to hold presidential elections in June, one that could well see a hardline conservative replace pragmatist current Presid...

Civilians vs army

Despite a brutal crackdown by the Myanmar military, civilian resistance to the Feb 1 coup has refused to abate, with regular demonstrat...

New Delhi would do well to look at China's gift horse in t...

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is seen on a screen as he speaks to reporters during an online press conference, in Beijing, China,...