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International Current Affairs of December 2010


Assange praises The Hindu

Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief, has commended The Hindu in an interviewto Business Standard published on 21st December, 2010.

In the interview given at Suffolk, the United Kingdom, Mr. Assange spoke of his impression of the Indian media. “Well, there are some very great little journalistic groups in India. [The] Hindu, [The] Times [of India] have been quite good… some of their material. In my dealings with Indians, there is such an incredible potential in the Indian media, because there is still a lot of corruption.

On the other hand, journalism is quite vibrant in the medium and lower level. You have a rising middle class. You have more people getting access to the Internet. So, I am quite hopeful of about what is going to develop in India,” he was quoted as saying.

Chinese media knocks off 1,600 km from China-India border

China appears to be making ground for claiming some 1,600 km of Indian territory judging by reports in the state-owned media on the length of China-India border.

Even as the two countries have been discussing the unresolved boundary issue for decades, the state-owned Xinhua and ‘ Global Times ., an English language newspaper published by the ‘People’s Daily’, the official mouthpiece of the ruling Chinese Communist Party, have described the China-India border as nearly 2,000 km long.

The reports about the length of the border were carried in the Chinese official media ahead of Prime Minister Wen Jiabao’s December 15-17 visit to India.

Xinhua on the eve of Wen’s arrival in New Delhi had said the length of the border was nearly 2,000 km long.

This Chinese assessment contradicts the Indian figure of 3,500 km for the operational border between the two nations.

The Chinese premier was sharply critical of the Indian media, saying it was causing “damage” to bilateral ties.

gears up to serve in Security Council with new outlook

India is gearing up to serve the powerful UN Security Council as a non-permanent member after a gap of 19 years with a fresh outlook on several international issues, especially human rights.

India will return to the Security Council on January 1, 2011 for a two-year period along with South Africa, Colombia, Germany and Portugal.

to provide flood data ofSutlej river to India

China will provide India with real time flood data of Sutlejriver during monsoon, according to an agreement signed between the two countries.

Under the five year agreement,China will set up a special station in Tibet to monitor rainfall and flood situation to enable India get advanced warnings.

In turn, India will pay Rs 12 lakh per annum to China. The money will be used by Beijing to maintain the station, sources in the government said.

The flood data will be provided twice daily between June and October every year.

US Congress passes contentious Obama tax deal

US lawmakers gave final approval to President Barack Obama’s contentious deal with Republicans to avert a New Year’s tax hike and extend aid to the jobless, despite a Democratic rebellion.

The Senate passed the package by an 81-19 margin, the House of Representatives followed suit 277-148, sending the measure to Obama to sign and reap a restorative bipartisan victory six weeks after an elections rout.

The 858-billion-dollar measure was expected to give the US economy a much-needed boost while digging the country’s deficit and debt deeper, as the world’s richest country emerges from the worst downturn since the 1930s.

Japan shifts post-Cold War defence focus to China, NKorea

Japan would shift its defence focus from the Soviet Cold War threat to southern islands nearerChina, labelling the military build-up of its giant neighbour a global "concern".

Aside from boosting its southern forces and submarine fleet and upgrading its fighter jets, Japan will strengthen missile defences against the threat from nuclear-armed North Korea, it said in a major strategic review.

The cabinet of officially pacifist Japan approved the National Defence Programme Guidelines months after a territorial row flared up with China and weeks after North Korea launched a deadly artillery strike against South Korea.

The new guidelines labelled North Korea, which in recent years has fired missiles over Japan, staged two nuclear tests and last month unveiled a new uranium enrichment plant — an "urgent, grave factor for instability".

, China relationship is a key milestone defining 21st century: PM

India and China will march together as friends and not rivals in the years to come and stressed while addressing the gathering that partnership between the two countries will be a key milestone in defining 21st century. PM Manmohan Singh Added.

Noting that resolution of the boundary question is one of the ten-pronged strategies agreed by leaders of the two countries, the leaders decided that pending its resolution, the two sides shall work together to maintain peace and tranquility in the border areas in line with the previous agreements.

The two sides also noted the good cooperation between China and India in the field of trans-border rivers with the Indian side appreciating the assistance provided by the Chinese side on the flood-season hydrological data and emergency management.

Underlining their unequivocal opposition to terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, the two countries stressed that there is no justification for any act of terrorism anywhere.

UN set to lift some Iraqi sanctions

The UN Security Council is set to take new steps to restore Iraq to the international standing it held before Saddam Hussein’s 1990 invasion of Kuwait, including lifting sanctions that prohibited the country from pursuing a civilian nuclear programme.

The US held the council presidency this month and US Vice-President Joseph Biden was presided at council meeting where American officials added action is also expected to return control of Iraq’s oil and natural gas revenue to the government and terminate all remaining activities of the oil-for-food programme which helped ordinary Iraqis cope with sanctions.

, China to resolve outstanding differences

In a bid to ease irritants which have creeped in the last one year, India and China reached broad consensus on several issues and pledged firm commitment to resolve outstanding differences, including the boundary issue at the earliest through peaceful negotiations.

  • "There is enough space in the world for the development of both India and China and indeed, enough areas for India and China to cooperate."

  • Noting that resolution of the boundary question is one of the ten-pronged strategies agreed by leaders of the two countries, the leaders decided that pending its resolution, the two sides shall work together to maintain peace and tranquility in the border areas in line with the previous agreements.

  • The two sides also noted the good cooperation between China and India in the field of trans-border rivers with the Indian side appreciating the assistance provided by the Chinese side on the flood-season hydrological data and emergency management.

Indo-China sign six pacts

  • India and China signed six pacts, including one in the field of green technology, after talks between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.

  • Besides the MoU on green technology, the two sides also signed an MoU each on exchange of hydrological data of common rivers, media exchanges and cultural exchanges.

  • Two pacts were signed in the banking sector. These were an MoU each between Reserve Bank of India and Chinese Bank Regulatory Commission and EXIM Bank of India and Chinese Development Bank

Fund set up for promotion of collaboration in Science & Tech

IT major Infosys Technologies and France based EADS agreed to donate 200,000 euro (about Rs 1.19 crore) to set up a fund that will help students of Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Paris Institute of Technology (ParisTech).

"With the donation made by Infosys and EADS of 100,000 euro each that will contribute to the creation of the IITs-ParisTech-Fund for Science and Technology, it is proposed to establish an ambitious tool to strenthen the collaboration between these two groups of eminent institutions in France and in India,"

Out of euro 200,000, 70,000 euro will be used for the undergraduate level and rest will be used for PhD students in India and France.

EADS is a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services.
The IITs-ParisTech Internership programme in Science & Technology will provide undergraduate students and postgraduate students opportunity to complete an intership in the partner country within an academaic institution or a company.

The objective is to structure long-term cooperation in education and research between ParisTech and IITs, associating academic and industrial partners.
The objective of the programme is to encourage students to discover Science & Technology in the partner institutions and give them the desire to contribueb for a longer period of time to a joint research project between France and India or to start their professional careers as part of an industrial project between the two countries.

Time readers select Assange as ‘Person of The Year’

Controversial WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is in custody in London on rape charges, has won an online vote to be Time magazine’s ‘Person of the Year’, amid continuous leak of thousands of confidential US diplomatic cables by his whistle-blower website.

The 39-year-old Australian national secured 382,020 votes, which gave him an easy first place, while US President Barack Obama was in the sixth position with 27,478 votes.

Assange received 148,383 votes more than Recep Tayyip Ergodan, Prime Minister of Turkey, who stood second with a score of 233,638.

Pop star Lady Gaga was third with 146,378 votes, according to the magazine, which said that its editors, who choose the actual ‘Person of the Year’, reserve the right to disagree with the results of the online poll.

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke was the 2009 Time ‘Person of the Year’.

Richard Holbrooke passes away

Richard Holbrooke (69), President Barack Obama’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, died. Role in Vietnam war.

  • Mr. Holbrooke’s career both began and ended in the service of American diplomacy trapped within the perimeter of unrelenting wars of occupation. As a young Foreign Service officer he was assigned to the U.S. embassy in Vietnam in 1962, where he served for six years and made important policy contributions for economic development and local political reform. In this posting he was most remembered, however, for lending his expertise to the Paris peace talks of 1968, which ultimately helped end the war.

German medal

  • In 1994, when Mr. Holbrooke took on the mantle of Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs, he headed the negotiation team that was responsible for resolving the Balkan crisis. For the seminal role he played as chief architect of the Dayton Peace Accords, in 1996 Mr. Holbrooke was awarded the Manfred Wörner Medal by the German Ministry of Defence for public figures rendering “special meritorious service to peace and freedom in Europe.”

B’desh to honour 226 Indians for role in 1971 ‘Liberation War’

Bangladesh will honour some 500 foreigners, including 226 Indians, for their crucial support to the country’s 1971 ‘Liberation War’, as it marks the 40th Victory Day anniversary next year.

"The cabinet approved the proposal to accord reception to distinguished foreign nationals and organisations for their extraordinary contribution in our Liberation War."

Samy Vellu to be Malaysia’s Special Envoy to India

Samy Vellu (74), until recently president of the Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC), will be Malaysia’s Special Envoy to India and South Asia for Infrastructure with effect from New Year’s Day 2011.

Announcing his appointment, while releasing his biography at a function in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak praised Samy Vellu for his “connection” with the South Asian countries. “Many Malaysian companies will benefit from his role as a Special Envoy on Infrastructure.”

hails ties with India

Singapore reaffirmed its “positive” ties with India and other countries which figured in a set of leaked United States’ diplomatic cables on the city-state’s relations with some of its neighbours.

A top Singapore official was quoted, in a cable, as telling U.S. officials in September 2009 that India’s policy towards the Association of Southeast Asian Nations was “stupid” and Japan was a big “loser” in the context of China’s enhancedties with ASEAN. Malaysia and some of its leaders were also seen in poor light in the comments attributed to some Singapore officials, one of whom praised China’s “intelligent diplomacy in the region”.

India to extend ties with Russia in defence, nuclear spheres

India and Russia are likely to sign half-a-dozen agreements, including a long-pending one on co-developing and producing a Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA).

Another important agreement will be in the civil nuclear sphere where both sides will seek to fill in more details to the umbrella agreement signed during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to Moscow in December last year. India is willing to shift the Russian nuclear site from West Bengal and a concrete offer in this respect will be made during the visit.

The two sides are also expected to ink pacts in space and trade, the two areas where they have made tentative beginnings but want substantial cooperation to take place.

Sri Lanka scraps Tamil version of its national anthem

Sri Lanka has scrapped the Tamil version of its national anthem at official and state functions, a move likely to further alienate the ethnic Tamils in the country.

Now the national anthem–’Sri Lanka matha….’ can only be rendered in the majority Sinhala language at official functions, the Sri Lankan cabinet decided.

The decision was taken at the last cabinet meeting headed by the President Mahinda Rajapksha, who pointed out that no country in the world uses thenational anthem in other than one language, the ‘Sunday Times’ reported on 12th December, 2010.

“The move will mean that the current Tamil version will no longer be played at any official or state functions”

The Sinhala version is widely used across the country except for the north and east where a majority speaks Tamil.

“A directive to use only the Sinhala version is to be sent out by the Ministry of Public Administration.

Govt approves signing pact for TAPI gas pipeline project

The govt has approved signing of agreements to import natural gas through the US-backed Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline, whose terms are far less stringent than those it had set for another proposed pipeline involving Iran.

In a major departure from its previously stated policy of the seller delivering the gas at its border, India has agreed to take custody of the gas at Turkmenistan-Afghanistan border and will rely on an international consortium for safe transfer of the fuel through Afghanistan and Pakistan.

While negotiating a similar project to import gas from Iran via Pakistan through a pipeline that would have been shorter, cost cheaper and easier to build, India had insisted that Tehran take the responsibility of safe passage of gas through Pakistan.

No talks have taken place for the Iran-Pakistan-India pipleline in the last few years.

Besides, in the TAPI pipleline project, Turkmenistan is not agreeable to making up for any shortfall or disruption in gas supplies.

New Delhi had previously raised security and financing concerns over Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline but appears to be satisfied about the line from Turkmenistan that would not just pass through Pakistan but also Afghanistan.

The TAPI pipeline is backed by Asian Development Bank (ADB), and the External Affairs Ministry sees it as an opportunity to project India’s commitment to Afghanistan.

Turkmenistan will supply gas from its South Yoloten-Osman field and state-owned gas utility GAIL India will enter into a Gas Sales and Purchase Agreement (GSPA) with the Central Asian country’s national oil firm Turkmengaz later.

reveals world’s fastest train

China played host to railway authorities and railway experts from around the world in Beijing , and used the opportunity to showcase a high-speed train that clocked the fastest ever speed in a test run last week.

In the spotlight is the 16-car CRH380A, a new generation of high-speed train which Chinese Ministry of Railways officials say recorded a top speed of 486.1 kilometers per hour on 9th December, 2010, far exceeding Japan’s bullet trains.

Chinese railway officials say the CRH380A, designed to operate at a cruising speed of 380 kph, is the fastest train in operation in the world on 9th December, 2010.

China is reportedly in the process of developing a super high-speed train that can run at 600 kph.

China South Locomotive & Rolling Stock Corp., which designed the CRH380A, was clearly the focus attention as foreign railway experts toured an international exhibition of railway technology organised by the Ministry of Railways on the sidelines of a world congress on high speed rail.

China boasts the world’s longest high-speed railway network, which totals 7,531 km, and Chinese railway officials say the country plans to expand the system to 16,000 km by 2020.

to attend Nobel night for Chinese dissident

India has decided to attend the ceremony where the Nobel Peace Prize will be presented to Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo in Oslo on 10th December, 2010, notwithstanding China’s call for a boycott of the function.

Although China has called upon all countries, including India to keep away from the ceremony, New Delhi does not see it as a bilateral issue with Beijing, official sources said.

India is among 44 countries which has confirmed its participation as against 19 countries, including Pakistan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Columbia, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Iraq, Iran, Vietnam and Afghanistan which have for various reasons declined the invitation.

The sources said the country’s representation will be at the same level as in the past at the ceremony.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange arrested in London & refused bail

The founder of whistle-blowing website Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has been refused bail by a court in London but vowed to fight extradition to Sweden.

Mr Assange denies sexually assaulting two women in Sweden. He was remanded in custody pending a hearing next week.

A judge at City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court refused bail because of the risk of the 39-year-old fleeing.

A Wikileaks spokesman said the arrest was an attack on media freedom and pledged to continue publishing.

After the court appearance Mr Assange’s lawyer Mark Stephens said he would be applying again for bail.

He claimed the charges were “politically motivated” and said the judge was keen to see the evidence against Mr Assange, an Australian citizen.

Mr Stephens said Wikileaks would continue to publish material and added: “We are on cable 301 and there are 250,000 secret cables.”

Wikileaks’ Visa payments suspended

Visa Europe has begun suspending payments to whistle-blowing website Wikileaks ahead of carrying out an investigation into the organisation.

It follows a similar move by rival payments processor Mastercard on 7th December, 2010.

Visa’s announcement comes after Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange was arrested by police in London.

Mr Assange, whose website has published secret documents, is wanted in Sweden on sexual assault allegations.

Wikileaks relies on online donations to fund its operations, which will now not be possible using both Visa and Mastercard debit and credit cards.

Online payment firm PayPal and internet giant Amazon have also cut their links with Wikileaks in recent days.

Wikileaks: Swiss bank freezes Julian Assange’s account

The Swiss post office’s bank, PostFinance, has frozen the accounts of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

The whistle-blowing website says the freeze includes a defence fund and personal assets worth 31,000 euros.

Wikileaks has published hundreds of secret US diplomatic cables, angering the US government and triggering moves by several companies including PayPal and Amazon to end their services.

Meanwhile, a warrant for Mr Assange’s arrest has reached the UK authorities.

Sources have told that the European Arrest Warrant for Mr Assange arrived on 6th December, 2010 afternoon.

Swedish prosecutors want to question Mr Assange in connection with allegations of rape, sexual molestation and unlawful coercion, which he denies.

He is believed to be in hiding somewhere in south-east England. Once the police have located him, he would be expected to appear at a magistrate’s court within 24 hours, pending extradition to Sweden.

Top Chinese officials led Google hacking: WikiLeaks

The hacking of Google Inc that led the Internet Company to briefly pull out of China was orchestrated by two members of China’s top ruling body, according to US diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks and cited by The New York Times on 4th December 2010.

Citing the cables, the Times said China made repeated and often successful hacking attacks on the US government, private enterprises and Western allies as far back as 2002.

Google, the world’s top Internet search engine, closed its China-based search service in March, two months after it had said it would stop censoring search results in response to what it said was a sophisticated cyber attack that it traced to China and increasing limits on freedom of expression.

The dispute was resolved in July after Google tweaked the way it directs users to an unfiltered search engine.

The Times quoted one cable dated earlier this year as saying: “A well-placed contact claims that the Chinese government coordinated the recent intrusions of Google systems. According to our contact, the closely held operations were directed at the Politburo Standing Committee level.”

The cables did not make clear how the cyber attacks blamed on China were coordinated, the Times said, and “the cables also appear to contain some suppositions by Chinese and Americans passed along by diplomats.”

The paper added that the cable quoted the contact as saying the hacking of Google “had been coordinated out of the State Council Information Office with the oversight” of two members of the Communist Party’s Politburo: Li Changchun and Zhou Yongkang. It said Zhou isChina’s top security official.

WikiLeaks diverts to European websites amid US fury

WikiLeaks directed readers to a web address in Switzerland on 3rd December, 2010 after two U.S. Internet providers ditched it in the space of two days, and Paris tried to ban French servers from hosting its trove of leaked data.

The Internet publisher directed users to www.wikileaks.ch after the wikileaks.org site on which it had published classified U.S. government information vanished from view for about six hours.

A Dutch- and a German-based site, www.wikileaks.nl and www.wikileaks.de , were also giving readers access to the leaked documents.

EveryDNS.net, which helps computers to locate the sites of its members, said it had stopped providing services to WikiLeaks at 2200 U.S. Eastern time on 3rd December.

WikiLeaks had turned to EveryDNS and host servers in Europe after Amazon.com stopped hosting the site on 2nd December, 2010.

The United States is furious about WikiLeaks’ publication of hundreds of confidential diplomatic cables that have given unvarnished and sometimes embarrassing insights into the foreign policy of the United States and its allies.

, China making ‘steady progress’ on border dispute: Menon

India and China concluded their 14th round of Special Representatives border talks, with both sides agreeing to seek a “fair deal” as they made “steady progress” on a framework to resolve the long-running boundary dispute.

Menon and Dai discussed the whole gamut of issues bedeviling the two countries, including the resumption of defence exchanges put on hold by India following denial of visa to a top Indian General B S Jaswal.

Menon declined to go into details of the progress made during the border talks, citingsensitivities involved.

, B’desh sign crucial transshipment agreement

India and Bangladesh have signed a crucial deal to allow Indian heavy equipment to be transshipped to its landlocked northeastern Tripura state for a proposed power plant through Bangladeshi territory, officials said.

Roads & Highways chief engineer Azizur Rahman and India’s Oil and Natural gas Corporation’s senior adviser R K Madan signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which would allowIndia to transport heavy equipment for its proposed Palatana Power Plant in Tripura in 96 consignments throughBangladesh.

provides assistance to boost agriculture in Sri Lanka

India has provided seeds and 500 tractors to Sri Lanka to boost agriculture in the neighbouring country, Parliament was informed.

India has also gifted 95,000 agricultural starters packs for reviving the livelihood activities of returning Internally Displaced Persons in Northern Sri Lanka.

A six-member delegation was sent to the island country in September 2009 for a detailed discussion for setting up of an Institute of Agricultural Transformation.

US in damage control, welcomes global leadership role for India

The US said it welcomes a greater global leadership role for India, two days after its Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s remark describing India as a “self-appointed front-runner” for a permanent UNSC seat was leaked.

As part of its massive leak of a quarter million classified documents of the US government, the website released a “secret” cable issued by Clinton where she has described India as a “self-appointed front-runner” for a permanent UNSC seat.

She had also directed US envoys to seek minute details about Indian diplomats stationed at the United Nations headquarters, according to classified documents released by WikiLeaks.

WikiLeaks cables expose Pakistan nuclear fears

U.S. and U.K. diplomats warn of terrorists getting hold of fissile material and of Pakistan-India nuclear exchange.

American and British diplomats fear Pakistan’s nuclear weapons programme could lead to fissile material falling into the hands of terrorists or a devastating nuclear exchange with India.

The latest cache of U.S. embassy cables released by WikiLeaks contains warnings that Pakistan is rapidly building its nuclear stockpile despite the country’s growing instability and “pending economic catastrophe.”

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