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Cambodia Doomed to Repeat 2018 Electoral Farce Until Opposition CNRP Reinstated

Cambodia risks repeating the electoral farce of 2018 when the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) won all the seats in a bogus exercise which...
European Flags

The World Is Becoming Less Western. What Should Europeans Do?

Western dominance is gradually fading, and with it the primacy of force over law is returning. The world is shifting away from Westernization. What...
Prime Minister Kishida having a TV talk with the Australian Prime Minister

Charting Strategic Cyber Cooperation in the Australia-Japan Bilateral Relationship

The continuing fluid and tenuous political situation in Tokyo elicits questions over the future scope and direction of the Australia-Japan strategic engagement, particularly amid...
Westphalian peace treaty

Non-State Actors and the End of the Westphalian World?

In 1648, probably the most significant international treaty of the modern world – the Treaty of Westphalia, was signed in the German province of...
Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Ilham Aliyev

New Realities in the South Caucasus Double Iran’s Azerbaijan Hysteria

Iran is still finding it difficult to adjust to the new geopolitical realities in the South Caucasus. Almost a year has passed since Azerbaijan...

Afghanistan’s Economic and Humanitarian Challenges: Responses of the Global Community

On Sept. 30, 2021, China's first batch of aid materials arrived in Kabul. Afghanistan’s humanitarian and economic challenges have been repeatedly flagged by the...
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen

Digital Connectivity Between India and the European Union: The Way Ahead

Digital connectivity can be defined as the utility of communication infrastructure and prevalent and new technologies for the purpose of forging a well-connected digital...
Nur-Sultan Kazakhstan

The Importance of Civil Society in Implementing Political Reforms in Kazakhstan

This year Kazakhstan is marking its 30th anniversary as an independent state. Just three decades ago, a relatively short period of time in historic...
Damaged Building in Yemen

The Case for a UN Feminist Policy Toward Yemen

Yemen is nearing a catastrophic phase of its seven-year war, a conflict that has already caused 130,000 deaths largely due to  lack of access...

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