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The moon and us

It may have lost a bit of its mystique for the poet, but it continues to entice and challenge the scientist.

Explained: Demilitarized Zone, where Trump may meet Kim, is a vestige of Cold War

The DMZ, which runs across the Korean Peninsula, is 248 kilometres long and the 4 kilometres wide. Created as a buffer at the close of the 1950-53 Korean War, it's jointly overseen by the American-led UN Command and North Korea.

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From Indo-Pacific to Eurasia

India is one of the few powers straddling maritime and continental coalitions. Delhi needs to be nimble-footed.

May 24, 1978, Forty Years Ago: Cold War Politics

On May 24, 1978, the International Institute for Strategic Studies predicted an uncertain economic future for the Soviet Union when the Brezhnev era ends.

Sweden to distribute brochure in case of crisis or war

The brochure is a reflection of Stockholm's concerns over a worsened security situation in the Baltic Sea region over the past few years.

Video: SPOOKY numbers on the radio UNVEILS Cold War theory on SPIES and espionage

At the height of the Cold War, listeners would notice some bizarre broadcasts over the waves. It would range from weird melodies and recitals to sound of several beeps, people counting random numbers in different languages and creepy voice of a child reciting letters in English. These were known as 'Numbers Stations'. 

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57 yrs and discovering India: Padma Bhushan Mr & Mrs Rudolph

Rudolphs were “always open to a free exchange of ideas, and ready to correct themselves”, said Sarangi. “They treated students as co-participants in the process of learning.

NATO says implementing 'biggest' defence boost since Cold War, Spearhead force key element

Moscow's 2014 annexation of Crimea and its meddling in eastern Ukraine have triggered concern in ex-communist eastern and central European states that joined NATO after the Cold War.

Superpower tussle may trigger Cold War n-tripwire

In recent months, as tensions between the West and Russia have surged in the wake of the Ukraine war, the Baltics have begun to emerge as the frontlines of a new cold war.

Putin says Russia will stand firm in standoff with West

"Moscow has no intention to "make concessions or bend down", said Putin.

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