Islamic Emirate remains committed to dialogue and understanding

As the Islamic Emirate has adopted a peaceful policy of amnesty and amalgamation that has eliminated the causes of war in large regions of the country and put an end to bloodshed, it at the same time has also proven its genuine commitment towards dialogue and understanding through its political activities. In stark contrast, all leaders of the Kabul administration are busy with drawing up military plans and issuing threats, with airstrikes on civilian areas, bellicose propaganda and curtailment free media serving as examples of their undertakings.

Turkish Foreign Policy

Turkish Foreign Policy aims to protect Turkey’s interests in a volatile regional and global environment, while also shaping conditions for sustainable peace and development in our neighborhood and beyond. In the pursuit of this primary goal, Turkey contributes to peace, prosperity, and stability around the world.

Diplomatic and bilateral relationship of Turkmenistan with other nations

Foreign policy is based on the Constitution, the Constitutional Act on the permanent neutrality of Turkmenistan, the Foreign policy concept of Turkmenistan as a neutral state, other legislative acts. Turkmenistan's foreign policy is a logical extension of domestic policy and…

Agreement on Trade and Intercourse with Tibet Region 1954 (Panchaseel Agreement)

The Government of the Republic of India and The Central People's Government of the People's Republic of China, Being desirous of promoting trade and cultural intercourse between Tibet Region of China and India and of facilitating pilgrimage and travel by the peoples of China and India, Have resolved to enter into the present Agreement based on the following principles :

mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty,
mutual non-aggression,
mutual non-interference in each other's internal affairs, (4) equality and mutual benefit, and (5) peaceful co-existence.

Chinese Foreign Policy during the Maoist Era and its Lessons for Today: 2007

The foreign policy of the People’s Republic of China during the Maoist era attempted to pursue both goals by building a broad united front of all forces that could be directed against the principal enemy or enemies of the people of the world. The basic component of this united front (outside the socialist countries themselves) was the struggle of the working class and oppressed peoples of all countries.