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A U.S.-led Alliance In Northeast Asia Will Harm Everyone, But China Can Stop It

The renewed U.S.-led trilateral alliance has attracted tremendous attention internationally. A clear comprehension of the problems faced by all three parties and their underlying...

Diplomatic Pivot: India and Maldives Rebuild Ties Amid Geopolitical Shifts

The recent visit of Maldivian President Mohamed Muizzu to the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 9 marks a significant step...

Competing Global Economic Initiatives: A Tale of Two Routes

In recent years, two major economic initiatives have emerged in Asia, particularly in West Asia: China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the India-Middle...

Christchurch Shootings: Terror That Brought a Nation to a Halt

What happened in Christchurch on March 15, 2019, was heartbreaking. The carnage attests to the fact that extremism obeys no boundaries, no borders, no...

Christchurch Mosque Shootings: Diplomacy for Whom and for What?

A popular reaction immediately following the Christchurch mosque shootings was one of shock, because of where it happened: But how could it have happened...

Christchurch Mosque Shootings: Public Diplomacy on Display?

The recent tragic attacks on mosques in New Zealand sent shock waves across the world. While international community expressed their condolences and support to...

A Tale of Two Cities: Singapore and Hanoi

President Donald Trump travels to Vietnam next week for his second summit with Chairman Kim. Trump believes he enters the meeting having achieved a...

How Resilient is the Conservative Party of Canada to Shifting Conservative Norms?

Traditionally those of a conservative disposition have favored a political approach that valued, and attempted to construct, societies of consistency and stability. However, in...

Should Xi Take the Blame for China’s Assertive Diplomacy?

China’s “assertiveness” has become a buzzword not only in media coverage but also in a growing body of scholarly works and the Chinese President...

Huawei: The Tale of Two Adversaries

US and China are vying for dominance over the next generation of internet network. China’s telecom giant Huawei is mired in controversy from allegations of...

An Analysis of the China and North Korean Relationship

Since the Korean War in 1950, China has been a key partner of North Korea in the East Asian region when other dominant powers,...

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Nordic Energy Partnerships with Bangladesh: A Greener Future

Bangladesh, a rapidly developing nation, addresses the dual narratives...

A Hard Right Conundrum in the European Parliamentary Election

A major shift in the political landscape of the...

COP29: Azerbaijan’s Pursuit of Global Recognition and Financial Support

Oil is omnipresent in Baku. The distinct smell of...

A U.S.-led Alliance In Northeast Asia Will Harm Everyone, But China Can Stop It

The renewed U.S.-led trilateral alliance has attracted tremendous attention...

Diplomatic Pivot: India and Maldives Rebuild Ties Amid Geopolitical Shifts

The recent visit of Maldivian President Mohamed Muizzu to...