Joint Paper between Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA) and Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC)
The ICWA and RIAC had conducted the 2nd round of International Conference on “Strategic Visions of India-Russia Relations in a Changing World Order” on 2018. During the 2nd round of dialogue one of the action points was to come up with a midterm review on some sections of the President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Narendra Modi Joint Statement of 2018. The 3rd round of the dialogue is taking place in Moscow from 19-20 November 2019.
Interactive Session on “The Dynamics of Bilateral Engagements between India and Syria” with Dr. Mohsen Bilal, Head of Higher Education Bureau of the ruling BAATH party, Syria, 15 November, 2019.
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"What I want you to understand is the
message of Asia. It is not to be learnt through the western
spectacles or by imitating the atom bomb. If you want
to give a message of truth. I do not want merely to appeal
to your head. I want to capture to your heart." Mahatma
Asia is again finding herself one of the notable consequence
of the European domination of Asia has been the isolation
of the countries of Asia from one another. Today this
isolation is breaking down because of many reasons, political
Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru
We have set the great wheel of destiny in motion again
and the hands of time will not stop the resolution of
the wheel.In years to come the work we have done today
will remain, will survive and will be the beacon star
to all those who seek freedom,fellowship, equality" Mrs.