Turkey crisis risks souring military ties with US
US President Donald Trump last week announced new tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum, causing the country's currency to plummet, over his frustration with Ankara's continued detention of American pastor Andrew Brunson.
Turkey's president: US waging "economic war" against Turkey
Turkey's president on Saturday blamed the country's economic downturn on the United States and other nations that he claims are waging ``war'' against his country.
Turkish lira crashes to record low on worries over economy, US row
The currency has fallen more than 35 percent this year after losing nearly...
Asian stocks struggle as trade anxiety weighs
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 0.05 per cent.
Russian military chief speaks to NATO counterpart
It said Gerasimov relayed Moscow's concerns about NATO's buildup near Russian borders and the generals confirmed the need for joint steps to reduce tensions.
US ease of export controls boost for India's NSG membership bid
The US decision to move India into tier-1 of licence exception for export of sensitive defence and high-end technologies is being seen as a reaffirmation of US support for India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) membership bid.
India welcomes US' move to ease export controls for high-tech product sales to it
In June 2016, the US had designated India as "Major Defence Partner" intending to elevate defence trade and technology sharing with India to a level commensurate with that of its closest allies and partners.
Sanctions on Russia will remain: Donald Trump
Trump claimed that after he raised the issue of other NATO members not meeting their financial commitments, several European countries have started giving their due.
Granting India STA-1 status sign of trust in bilateral relationship: Indian envoy
"This is an acknowledgement of the security as well as the economic relationship between India and the United States.This is a logical step of India being designated as a major defence partner," Sarna said.
US House passes defense bill targeting Chinese investments
While the measure puts controls on U.S. government contracts with ZTE Corp and Huawei because of national security concerns, the restrictions are far weaker than initially drafted.
India may suffer collateral damage from Trump's massive recasting of US foreign policy
The Trump administration earlier this week dumped a much-anticipated and much-deferred US-India "2+2 dialogue" on July 6 in Washington, primarily because Mike Pompeo is rushing to Pyongyang.
Mike Pompeo and Jim Mattis to visit New Delhi for high-level talks
Political and military ties between the two countries have expanded in recent years but trade differences have arisen since President Donald Trump took office in 2017.
NATO chief: US allies to spend $12 billion more this year
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday that "we have really shifted gears. The (spending) trend is up and we intend to keep it up.''
House votes overwhelmingly to back NATO mutual defense pact
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House has overwhelmingly approved a resolution reaffirming the U.S. commitment to NATO's mutual defense pact.
Google braces for huge EU fine over Android
Vestager is expected to announce that Google abused its dominant position in the market by making tie-ups with phone makers like South Korea's Samsung and China's Huawei.
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