The Pakistani military and government remain circumspect about the planned deployment of a thousand troops to Saudi Arabia.
The Bangladeshi Prime Minister’s words are unlikely to budge the Modi government, which is more concerned about China’s influence in Myanmar.
India has mildly snubbed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his government’s association with Khalistan sympathizers, but the two countries have enough to talk about.
India’s ability to maintain friendly ties with the region’s rivals is admirable, but implicitly acknowledges the transactional nature of those relationships.
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