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How the US Underestimates the Securitization Strategy of Subaltern

In its bid to universalize human rights principles, and wield influence at a cosmopolitan level, the US has cemented its position as the self-proclaimed...

Economy First, Geopolitics Second: A Case for Future US-Bangladesh Engagement

The past year has witnessed vigorous engagement between Bangladesh and the United States. The sanction imposed on Bangladesh by the United States undermined the...

Settler Culture and Politics of Mass Shootings in the US

On Jan. 21, 2023, all hell broke loose in Monterey Park, California, when a gunman opened fire in a crowded place. The residents were...

The Role of Television and Print Media in National Politics

There has never been a crucial time to reexamine the extent of the media’s role in influencing public opinion and the State’s national politics....

Dawn of a New Armageddon

This particular January morning starts out like almost every other Saturday morning here on Kaua’i, though the sunrise at first light is exceptionally beautiful,...

What Does ASEAN Think About China-Japan-ROK’s “3+1 Modality”?

Trilateral cooperation among China, Japan, and the ROK has been literally moving forward. At the Seventh Japan-China-ROK Trilateral Summit on May 9, the three countries...

A Case of Pot Calling the Kettle Black?

Republican Senators Cory Gardner and Marco Rubio, and Democrats Ed Markey and Bob Menendez had introduced a legislation to discourage Taiwan’s few remaining allies...

The Strategic Test of Mahathir’s China Policy

Since his historic re-election after more than a decade of retirement, the 93-year-old veteran Mahathir Mohammed started his new term with a new anti-corruption...

Yemen Conflict: Whose Pain, Whose Gain?

Conflict in Yemen seems to have no end in sight. The bloodbath continues unabated as the country losing both men and material in the...

Make Our Planet Great Again – Another Made-in-China?

August 28, French environment minister Nicolas Hulot, an environmentalist and former TV personality, announced his resignation during a breakfast show on France Inter radio,...

What Mahathir’s New Economic Policy Means for Malaysia-China Relations

In burying the hatchet, with his one time foe, Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohammad exhibited immense pragmatism. An arrangement has been worked out,...

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How the US Underestimates the Securitization Strategy of Subaltern

In its bid to universalize human rights principles, and...

Economy First, Geopolitics Second: A Case for Future US-Bangladesh Engagement

The past year has witnessed vigorous engagement between Bangladesh...

Settler Culture and Politics of Mass Shootings in the US

On Jan. 21, 2023, all hell broke loose in...

The Emerging Narco Bloc of West Asia

The manufacture and supply of the flagship drug Captagon...

Climate Action: The US Is Doing Its Part, Others Should Step up Too

The view that the US has been hypocritical in...