Prelims Current Affairs (International Relations)

The hundreds of thousands in Tigray, Ethiopia are facing famine, and millions more are at risk.

'Blue Dot' Network

21st Jun, 2021

The US, along with the Japanese and Australian governments, are reviving the 'Blue Dot Network'

  • It is infrastructure initiative to provide an alternative to China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

India has been elected to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UNECOSOC) for a two-year period starting next year.

An uncontrolled re-entry of Chinese rocket made into the Earth’s atmosphere and disintegrated over the Indian Ocean.

The clashes between the Israel and Palestine were erupted during the holy month of Ramadan, which led to death and wounds of hundreds.

Reason behind the clashes

In a move to counter China’s dominance of supply chain in the Indo-Pacific region, trade ministers of India, Japan and Australia formally launched the Supply Chain Resilience Initiative (SCRI).

The Council of the European Union approved the conclusions on a European Union strategy for cooperation in the Indo-Pacific.

In the latest development, China and Bhutan have agreed to continue to maintain peace and stability in the border areas before the final settlement of their boundary issues.

Minister of State for Education, Shri Sanjay Dhotre participated in the consultation meeting of Education Ministers of E9 countries on the E9 initiative: Scaling up digital learning to accelerate progress towards SDG4.

First QUAD Summit

15th Mar, 2021

In a signal development, the first QUAD (Quadrilateral Cooperation) summit held virtually between India, US, Japan and Australia.

Along with Russia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, India is classed as one of the “difficult four” countries, destined to count among the UK’s “rivals” or “awkward counterparts” as it pursues its global goals.


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