08 May, 2021
25 Min Read
|Important GS Topics||Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA): Iran Nuclear Deal||International treaties and conventions|
|India-UK virtual summit strengthens STI cooperation||International Relations|
What is JCPOA? About Iran nuclear deal?
Why did Iran agree to the deal?
Why did the US pull out of the deal?
Impact of escalated tensions between Iran and the US:
Implications for India:
What role does the U.N. Security Council play in this crisis?
For an editorial on the USA – Iran issues: click here https://www.aspireias.com/daily-news-analysis-current-affairs/USA-Iran-issues
For recent news on USA – Iran nuclear deal and IAEA: click here https://www.aspireias.com/daily-news-analysis-current-affairs/Iran-Nuclear-Deal-and-JCPOA
India and UK agreed on a common vision of a new and transformational Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between the UK and India and adopted an ambitious India-UK Roadmap to 2030 to steer cooperation for the next 10 years.
Some of the key points to strengthen STI cooperation between two countries are:
Athena SWAN Charter
Other decisions in Virtual summit
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