India’s unbounded consideration for U. S. concerns has been a hallmark of its foreign policy over the decades, especially after the May 1998 nuclear tests. But this did not come in the way of the Narendra Modi government abstaining from a vote on Iran’s nuclear activities at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors in Vienna on June 8. Two other countries (Pakistan and Libya) also abstained, while China and Russia voted against the resolution. There are 35 countries on the board, and the rest, including the U. S., which brought the resolution, the U. K. and France, voted for it. (Read More)
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