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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,...

What ASEAN Means for South Korea’s New Government

Earlier this year, the South Korean public voted in their new leader, President Yoon Suk-Yeol of the largely right-leaning People Power Party (PPP). The...

Russia’s Pathway to the Arctic: Ambitions and Tribulations

In its effort to further the ambition in the areas of Oceans and Seas, Russian President Vladimir Putin signs a new document, categorized as...

A Reflection on Global Peace and Conflict

Conflicts have become a norm in the entire world.  Although small conflicts may be ignored, yet leaving them unresolved can and does lead to...

Kim Jong-Un: Man of the Year 2018

Kim Jong-Un has to be the smartest politician in recent times. Just a year ago, Kim Jong-Un was literally Enemy No.1 of the US...

Why the West Does not Understand China?

One of the main things I often hear in the mainstream press in the West is how much of an unknown variable China is,...

Behind the “Shithole Countries” and Debt-Trap Diplomacy, lie the Thucydides’ Trap

US Secretary of State (former) Rex Tillerson cut short his trip through Africa after realizing he lost his job, apparently via the president's favorite...

South Korean Olympic Diplomacy: A Step in Right Direction

South Korea's President Moon Jae-in has persistently made efforts to decrease the rising tensions with his neighboring country North Korea. Moon's diplomatic outreach ensured the North’s participation in the PyeongChang...

AAGC Cannot Counter BRI but It Can Act as a Complementary

India is afraid of losing influence over its South Asian neighbours and is trying to counter Chinese Belt Road Initiative (BRI). While China is...

Syrian Civil War: No End in Sight

The war in Syria has become complex and multi-sided.  Its roots are deep and widespread not just in the Middle East region but in...

Better Money

Humans improve things. If there’s a simple way to define us – it’s that. We’ve been improving things since our species emerged – devising...

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Partition Research and the Need for a Multi-Dimensional Approach

Ties between India and Pakistan have witnessed a downward...

What ASEAN Means for South Korea’s New Government

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

Russia’s Pathway to the Arctic: Ambitions and Tribulations

In its effort to further the ambition in the...

Revisited: Partition and the Bengali Muslims of India

It may come as a surprise to many people...

The South China Sea: Malaysian Dilemma

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