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Sikh Diaspora’s Increasing Political Clout

The Sikh diaspora has distinguished itself in different walks of life globally -- business, medicine, law, corporate sector. In recent years, Sikhs have also...

Why Is Japan Boosting Its Military Capabilities?

The second Sino-Japanese war lasted from 1937 until 1945 and was a protracted conflict between China and Japan. When Japan was finally defeated in...

Flying into Uncertainty: The Shadow Cast by Israel’s Drone Strikes

Over the weekend, the Israeli Intelligence Agency carried out an attack on an Iranian missile facility located in Isfahan, Iran. Iranian officials allege that...

India-China FTA: What Lies in Store for India

Among the many predicted ill impacts that the protracted trade war between the U.S. and China will have on the global trade and supply,...

India’s S-400 Defense Systems Negotiations: Devil in the Details

The Indian Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman recently said the following about the status of India’s S-400 Triumf air defence missile systems negotiations with Russia:...

South Korea’s New Southern Policy in Making and The Way Forward

New Southern Policy is a newly established diplomatic effort under President Moon Jae-in’s administration as  part of the Northeast Asia Plus Community of Responsibility....

Russian Strategy and Interests in the Arctic: Cooperation or Conflict?

The U.S. Geological Survey estimates that the Arctic could hold as much as 90 billion barrels of crude oil, or 13 percent of the...

Debt-Trap: China’s Invisible Hand Behind the BRI

As a result of an increasingly insular US, with US President Donald Trump's imposition of tariffs- China has been trying to find common cause...

A Strategic Blunder in the Battle of Hodeidah

Recently, the ongoing war in Yemen has taken another turn. This time the issue is the control of north Yemen’s support lifeline, the Port...

For Germany and Europe, a Weakened Merkel Power is Less Evil

In October 1980, Margaret Thatcher, then British Prime Minister, claimed “the lady’s not for turning” during a defining speech to her party conference in...

The United States Needs a Political Strategy to Win in Afghanistan

Since the establishment of the National Unity government (NUG) in Afghanistan, the security and political situation have precipitously declined across the country. Significant problems...

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Sikh Diaspora’s Increasing Political Clout

The Sikh diaspora has distinguished itself in different walks...

Why Is Japan Boosting Its Military Capabilities?

The second Sino-Japanese war lasted from 1937 until 1945...

Flying into Uncertainty: The Shadow Cast by Israel’s Drone Strikes

Over the weekend, the Israeli Intelligence Agency carried out...

Can the Burmese Defeat the Myanmar Junta?

On Feb. 01, 2021, Myanmar was taken by storm...

How the US Underestimates the Securitization Strategy of Subaltern

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