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Ukrainian crisis: Kerry says Russia on wrong side of history, Clinton warns of further aggression

Ukrainian crisis: Kerry says Russia on wrong side of history, Clinton warns of further aggression

Washington: March 19, 2014 – MIL/ Jagran Post News – US has said Russian President Vladimir Putin was on the “wrong side of history” as it warned him of the… Read more »

Female president would send right signal, says Hillary Clinton

Female president would send right signal, says Hillary Clinton

Washington: June 22, 2013 – NDTV/ MIL – Hillary Rodham Clinton mused aloud about the significance of America electing its first female president. Left unsaid: whether she might try again… Read more »

US to wants to leverage pressure on Iran over alleged plot against Saudi envoy

US to wants to leverage pressure on Iran over alleged plot against Saudi envoy

WASHINGTON: October 12, 2011 – The Obama administration plans to leverage charges that Iran plotted to assassinate Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the United States into a new global campaign to isolate the Islamic republic.

Hillary Clinton starts global tour with Libya talks

Hillary Clinton starts global tour with Libya talks

Washington: July 14, 2011 – The volatile situation in Libya will be the first item on secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton’s packed agenda on her latest around-the-world diplomatic tour.

Clinton welcomes Israel’s Move to Ease Tension with the US

Clinton welcomes Israel’s Move to Ease Tension with the US

Moscow, March 19, 2010 – IR Summary/NYT –

Israel’s move to ease tension with the United Stares is a welcome move as per Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton who appreciated the move on Friday and described it as useful and productive initiative and Obama administration is likely to continue their talks in Jerusalem and Washington.

Credit of Copenhagen Accord partly goes to President Obama

Credit of Copenhagen Accord partly goes to President Obama

Copenhagen: December 20, 2009- IR Summary/God Believers – Analysis by Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist

The climate treaty talks to limit emission risk have ultimately come to an end on Saturday morning after a prolonged fight between nations of all sizes and status, and the role of United States, India, China, Brazil and South Africa, was remarkably well balanced and contributed to the consensus of the Accord

Obama still undecided on dispatch of troops outside

Obama still undecided on dispatch of troops outside

Washington: November 11, 2009 – IR Summary/NYT -

Irrespective of different views of US troops to be sent to various directions to control the committed regions, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates, Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton are stick to their consensus view that around 30,000 or more additional American troops to Afghanistan shall be ideal.

Obama admin. in awkward spot over Afghan Elections

Obama admin. in awkward spot over Afghan Elections

Washington, September 9, 2009 – IR Summary/NYT – Obama Administration is in an awkward spot over Afghan elections, on Monday, as the vote-counting in Afghanistan was to be completed, American ambassador in Kabul, Karl W.Eikenberry hinted Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton that expectations are such that President Hamid Karzai should not declare victory, this shows how delicate position US Administration has in this regard.

Obama wants Zardari and Sharif  jointly to defeat Taliban

Obama wants Zardari and Sharif jointly to defeat Taliban

Washington – May 2, 2009 – Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist from India – President Obama looks to have changed his policy towards Pakistan, particularly towards Nawaz Sharif, former Prime Minister of Pakistan, who is believed to have close ties with Islamist militants in Pakistan. Obama now believes the contacts of Nawaz Sharif could be usefully employed in tackling the Talibin’s problem in Pakistan, who have become a permanent headache to the United States.

Obama’s Foreign Policy is well calculated, wants breathing time

Obama’s Foreign Policy is well calculated, wants breathing time

Washington: December 1, 2008, Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist from India – President elect Barack Obama looks to be in a dilemma, the public opinion is slipping from his favor in terms of his new team, particularly his banking on Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton as the rival turned secretary of state, Gen. James L. Jones, the former NATO commander, as national security Adviser, and Robert M. Gates, the current and future Defense Secretary.