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Are communist parties in India neutral or siding with Chinese authorities on the India-China conflict?

There are 2 big Communist parties in India: CPI (Communist Party India) and CPI(M) (Communist Party India (Marxist) ). Oh, and don't confuse the above CPI(M) with Communist Party of India (Maoist). ...
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Are communist parties in India neutral or siding with Chinese authorities on the India-China conflict?

Short Answer Are communist parties in India neutral or sided to chinese authorities on india china conflict? Communist parties in India generally do not favor China over India in international ...
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Why do AAP do well in local election but not in general election of Delhi?

This would seem to be an extreme case of the situation that often occurs in countries that use first past the post. In FPTP, votes for third and alternative parties are often "wasted" in ...
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Why does the Indian government seem reluctant to appoint a new CDS?

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/01402390.2016.1196357 It is important to recognize that jointness is not an unmitigated good. It can, for instance, inhibit military innovation. Gholz and ...
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Why there is no genuine attempt to reform the number of permanent members in UNSC which would include India if taken?

It's because the UN is dominated by Western powers and the people pushing for this are countries in the Global South who have a completely different agenda and interests than the Western powers who ...
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