Vietnam’s A2-AD Web: Deterring China Through Assassin’s Mace

China, now equipped with its third aircraft carrier Fujian, can use it to coerce...

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What ASEAN Means for South Korea’s New Government

Earlier this year, the South Korean public voted in...

The South China Sea: Malaysian Dilemma

While building on the theme of uncertainty in his...

Nancy Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan: Another Round of Tensions

After weeks of speculations, Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of...

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Vietnam’s A2-AD Web: Deterring China Through Assassin’s Mace

China, now equipped with its third aircraft carrier Fujian,...

Cost and Affordability of a Healthy Diet in India

The UN-FAO report, “The State of Food Security and Nutrition in...

The Tenth NPT Review Conference: A Prospect for a Peaceful Nuclear-Free World?

More than 50 years have passed since the Non-Proliferation...

The Humanitarian Significance of Michelle Bachelet’s Visit to Bangladesh

On a four-day visit, UN High Commissioner for Human...

South Korea and Japan Relations: Moving Beyond the Horizon

Under its new president Yoon Suk-yeol, South Korea has...

It’s Balance of Power, Stark and Simple

The undercurrents of the global balance of power are...

The Role of Shinzo Abe in Shaping Indo-Japanese Ties

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot dead...

BRICS Summit Shows India’s Balancing Act Amid Great Power Politics

Amid the Russia-Ukraine war, BRICS kickstarted its 14th summit,...

South Asia

Cost and Affordability of a Healthy Diet in India

The UN-FAO report, “The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World”, published in 2022, highlights certain glaring concerns with global hunger and poverty that...

The Humanitarian Significance of Michelle Bachelet’s Visit to Bangladesh

On a four-day visit, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet is conducting an official visit to Bangladesh from Sunday to Wednesday, upon...

Partition Research and the Need for a Multi-Dimensional Approach

Ties between India and Pakistan have witnessed a downward slide in recent years, yet there have been some important initiatives in terms of books,...

Revisited: Partition and the Bengali Muslims of India

It may come as a surprise to many people that Bengali-speaking Muslims form the second largest Muslim ethno-linguistic group in the world after Arab...

Soaring Fuel Price in Bangladesh: Beyond the Gloom and Doom

The Bangladesh government has announced a sudden surge in the country's fuel price, triggering discontent and outrage among the general people. The country’s measure...

The Use of Social Media Changes Political Culture of Pakistan

There is little doubt that Pakistan is barreling towards an uncertain political and economic future. But the most unique phenomenon of the last four...

Short-term Fuel Price Adjustments Are Crucial for the Long-term Energy Security

Amid the fluctuations in petroleum prices in the international market and exchange rate variations, the Bangladesh government in a sudden move made an upward...

Ethnic Minorities of Bangladesh: A Stunning Success in National Integration

Unlike other countries in the region, Bangladesh has been an example for its integration of minorities. While the CHT region, the mountainous region  that...

Chinese Foreign Minister’s Bangladesh Visit: Context and Contingencies

The Chinese Foreign Minister is set to visit Bangladesh on 6-8 August. Bangladesh and China are primed for signing a multitude of MoUs and...

Americas

The Transatlantic Alliance’s Responsibility Crisis

The war in Ukraine has united the West in its capacity to provide the necessary financial, humanitarian, and military aid in a time of...

The Diplomacy-Deterrence Complex in the US Defense Policy in the Middle East

The Middle East has featured prominently in the US defense policy in multiple trajectories of international relations – both Cold War and post-Cold War....

Money and Competition: An Argument Against US Monetary Support of Ukraine

President Biden’s recent appeal to Congress on a multibillion dollar package for Ukraine has brought into question the efficacy of how Washington engages in...

Europe

The Ukraine War: What Lies Ahead?

The war in Ukraine entered in the sixth month. It was anticipated to be a quick battle when it started. As...

Putin’s Unusual Silence Over NATO’s Expansion to Its Western Backyard

Two very strange and unexpected things have happened in the Ukraine invasion by Russia: One, Putin, considered to be the most...

Is Europe Bracing for a Painful Recession?

The European Central Bank (ECB) has finally delivered a long-awaited rate hike to grapple with rampant inflation across Europe. However, expecting...

The Pretense of Prowess at the G7 Summit

The Group of Seven (G7) is all set to place a price cap on Russian oil supplies as the war tilts...

Southeast Asia

Vietnam’s A2-AD Web: Deterring China Through Assassin’s Mace

China, now equipped with its third aircraft carrier Fujian,...

Indonesia’s Potential Role in Reducing Tensions Between Russia and the West

During his address at the Shangri La Summit held...

The Indonesia Haze and ASEAN’s Regional Framework: The Way Ahead

Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)...

Cambodia’s Hun Sen Shows His Weakness With Post-election Repression

Many observers have been surprised by the new wave...

The Singapore Housing Project: The Key to a Nation’s Success

Singapore, known as an economic powerhouse and one of...

Russia’s War on Ukraine Highlights Global Need to Defend Democracy

Russia's war on Ukraine may prove to be the turning point when the free countries of the world realized that democratic freedoms have to...

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