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The African Resurgence: From Conflict to Stability

Clearly, the horses have changed. There is a whole new breed of countries surging forward with stellar economic growth patterns; geographically, while there are...

Iran’s Quest for Persosphere in the Middle East: From Historical Identity to Proxy Power Play

In Middle Eastern geopolitics, the relationship between Iran and Hezbollah is emblematic of the intricacies of regional power dynamics. Rooted in a shared ideology,...

Quad Initiative: Has It Been Successful in Maintaining Its Relevance?

The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad), consisting of the US, India, Japan, and Australia, aims to preserve a free, open, and inclusive Indo-Pacific. Originating in...

China-US Relations: The Need to Look Beyond Simplistic Prisms

There is not an iota of doubt, that the Washington-Beijing relationship has witnessed a downward spiral in recent years – especially in the aftermath...

German Defense Industry Expert at Finding Loopholes and Legal Cracks

The entire world wants German military equipment, but Berlin limits the sales to countries which abide by western standards regarding human rights and international...

Central Asia’s Growing Economic Relationship With the EU

In recent years, Central Asia has found itself in a unique and precarious position, having to balance its strong historical ties to Russia’s sphere...

A Vote for the World’s “Coolest Dictator”

Come Sunday the 4th of February, voters in the small Central American nation of El Salvador will go to the polls to cast their...

UK Bribery Act: UK Companies to Be Cautious when Embarking on Joint Ventures with European Allies

British legislation is restrictive, demanding and compels UK companies to exercise utmost vigilance in partnerships with foreign businesses, as they might bear the consequences...

A Comprehensive Defense Partnership: Interpreting Türkiye’s Role in Bangladesh’s Military Modernization Drive

On the 2024 Global Firepower Index, Bangladesh ranks 37th among 145 states of the world. In the previous year, the country ranked 40th on...

Rippling Collaborations: Nepal’s Hydropower Surge and the Bangladesh Connection

In a significant development towards regional energy collaboration, Bangladesh is on the brink of finalizing the import of 40 megawatts (MW) of hydropower from...

Navigating the Tides: Bangladesh and Japan’s Diplomatic Landscape in 2023

The roots of Bangladesh-Japan bilateral relations trace back to Japan's steadfast support for an independent Bangladesh, being the first OECD country to recognize its...

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The African Resurgence: From Conflict to Stability

Clearly, the horses have changed. There is a whole...

Iran’s Quest for Persosphere in the Middle East: From Historical Identity to Proxy Power Play

In Middle Eastern geopolitics, the relationship between Iran and...

Quad Initiative: Has It Been Successful in Maintaining Its Relevance?

The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad), consisting of the US,...

Bangladesh Should Join the Game of Drones

In the 21st century, the use of unmanned aerial...

Hybrid Regime, Army Intervention and Failing Economy: Pakistan Needs to Go the Phoenix Way

Pakistan, situated in South Asia, is of significant importance...