India and Pakistan have a history of enmity, mistrust, and suspicion. This mistrust is of its own kind with no analogy in the world. Both countries have fought four full-fledged wars and countless border skirmishes.
In 1947 when Pakistan came into being Iran was the first country to recognize Pakistan as a sovereign state and at that time both countries were in partnership with US in post-independent years.
Four-decades of instability, war, and destruction of Afghanistan have to end up. The suffering of the people of Afghanistan has crossed all records of human known-history.
On 29 February this year, Americans have surrendered to the Taliban and signed landmark agreement aimed at ending longest war of US in Afghanistan.
The World War II ended after the United States' forces used mass-destruction weapons for the first time in the world history against two Asian cities which left nothing but the mass killing of a vast number of Japanese civilians.
The focus of the US President Trump’s visit to India on 24-25 February 2020 was to project and up-lift India in these regions.
The second US-India 2+2 dialogue was held on 18 December 2019 in Washington, the USA. Indian Minister of Defense Rajnath Singh and Minister of External Affairs Dr. S. Jaishankar met their counterparts Secretary of State Michael R.
China's exit in October 1949, from the sphere of US control, was perhaps the heaviest blow to strike American post-World War II global hegemony. China's successful drive for independence had been anticipated in Washington for many months.