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Demystifying Trump Administration’s “Human Rights” Approach towards China

Donald Trump may be considered as the president with the least democratic and the most autocratic characteristics in modern American history. As Trump has...

What is Boris Johnson’s Brexit Strategy?

The UK’s new Prime Minister is not noted for his grasp of details or his long-term strategic planning, although his rise to power suggests...

The Role of the Blue Water Navy in Russian Diplomacy

July 28th marked Russia's Naval Day, one of the series of military holidays celebrated in the country. The highlight of this year's festivities was...

Why China-U.S. Trade War is a Test for Autocratic and Democratic Regimes?

When the China-U.S. trade war started a year ago, China was apparently on the defensive. It promised astronomical amount of imports from the U.S....

Addressing the Ideological foundation of Extremist Groups like Daesh

To understand the ideological foundations of religious extremism, one has to track-down influential personalities in history. Whose works had either been manipulated or have...

Trump-Khan Talks: A Paradigm Shift?

The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan went all the way to meet Donald Trump, the president of the world’s most powerful country. While...

Can Kra Canal Construction Change Balance of Power in the Indian Ocean?

For 330 years visionaries have dreamt of this geopolitical fantasy that is now showing signs of shaping up. It is still a decade away...

Iran and the West: India Caught in the Crossfire

As tensions between Iran and the West continue to escalate in West Asia, India finds itself caught in the crossfire and its energy and...

Deteriorating Japan-South Korea Ties Threaten Trade and Diplomacy

Japan and South Korea, major trading partners, established their diplomatic ties in 1965 under the Treaty on Basic Relations between Japan and the Republic...

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