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Strengthening EU-Bangladesh Relations Through EU-Bangladesh First Political Dialogue

Since the earliest interactions between European institutions and the newly independent nation in 1973, relations between the EU and Bangladesh have been improving for...

Biden-Xi Meeting and Key Takeaways

The recent meeting between Biden and Xi on the sidelines of the G20 Summit is being seen as a significant development given the trajectory...

The Misconstrued Economic Plight of Pakistan

The last few months have been quite a rigmarole through a warren of economic (and political) challenges. We should have expected a rocky road...

The Impact of Australia’s Recognition of West Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

On Dec. 15, 2018, Australia reversed its decades-old Middle East policy by recognizing West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Australian Prime Minister Scott...

The Implications of American Withdrawal from Syria

The withdrawal of American troops from Syria may destabilize the region, as well as the move can harm Washington’s image and interests in the...

Oil, Geopolitics, and the Shifting Trade Winds

As the world’s most traded commodity, crude oil continues to exercise substantial leverage over the myriad geopolitical and geoeconomic imperatives that shape the global...

Islamophobia as a Threat to Global Peace: Politics, Media and Rhetoric

Etymologically, Islamophobia, as the combination of the words “Islam” and “Phobia” which derived from Phobos, known as “the god of horror” in ancient Greece,...

A New Era of US-China Economic and Strategic Competition in Africa

On December 13, 2018, US National Security Advisor (NSA), John Bolton while speaking at the Heritage Foundation highlighted the key aims and objectives of...

Who Will Monitor Thailand’s Upcoming Election?

As Thailand’s 2019 election approaches, some in the country have begun to call for foreign observation of the country’s polls, scheduled for February 24....

Why No One Else is Leaving the EU

In 2016, when the British people voted to leave the European Union, it was expected that Brexit may embolden other disaffected EU members to...

Why the Transforming Arabian Gulf States Need to Abandon the Archaic Kafala System

The notorious Kafala system has restricted the socio-economic mobility of migrant workers across the Arabian Gulf over the oil-development decades and currently binds more...

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Strengthening EU-Bangladesh Relations Through EU-Bangladesh First Political Dialogue

Since the earliest interactions between European institutions and the...

Biden-Xi Meeting and Key Takeaways

The recent meeting between Biden and Xi on the...

The Misconstrued Economic Plight of Pakistan

The last few months have been quite a rigmarole...

The West Needs to Adopt Innovative Policies to Attract Talent

Ties between Western countries and China have deteriorated in...

Clima Active in Climate Change

The 17th G20 Summit recently concluded in Bali, Indonesia....