Middle East and Africa

How the Anti-West Axis Leverages Western Guilt

The United States’ wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have widely cast the image of America as the great imperialist evil of the modern era....

Iran’s Ascendant Arsenal and King David’s Nuclear Slingshot

In the unfolding tapestry of Middle Eastern geopolitics, the recent escalation between Iran and Israel represents not just a bilateral confrontation but a seismic...

Ensuring Israeli Security and Palestinian Liberation to Avert World War

The post-October 7 Israel-Hamas war highlights perhaps the sheerest contemporary example of what thinkers like Edward Said and Samuel P. Huntington would have considered...

China’s Gamble on Houthi Attacks and Piracy

The ongoing Israel-Hamas War is quickly spiraling from a local conflict to a regional and now global one. Iranian-funded and armed proxies, such as...

Entry of Middle Eastern Nations Into BRICS+: Important Economic and Geopolitical Takeaways

Five countries – Saudi Arabia, Iran, the United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia and Egypt entered BRICS as full members on Jan. 1, now referred to as...

Iran-Russia Decision to Trade in Local Currencies: The Broad Takeaways

Iran and Russia have finalised an agreement through which they will trade in local currencies instead of the US dollar (the deal will be...

Breaking the Chains of History: Crafting a Fresh Approach to Middle East Peace

In the aftermath of conflict in Gaza, when the dust will eventually settle and the world will turn its gaze to the region once...

Putin’s Surprise Middle East Trip: Deciphering its Regional Significance

The political dynamics in the Middle East witnessed a significant turn of events when the Russian president made an unexpected visit. Despite its brevity,...

Spain Stands for Palestine: Europe and the Arab World Continue Watching the Show

Last week, Spain’s PM Pedro Sanchez stated that he had ‘Serious doubt’ about Israel complying with international law amidst its campaign in Gaza. The...

Water Diplomacy Woes in the Persian Gulf: Navigating Water Scarcity in the UAE and Iran

Water crisis in the Persian Gulf presents a multifaceted challenge, as it plays a critical role in climate adaptation and mitigation, environmental damages and...

The Slowly Eroding Armenian Quarter of Jerusalem

The Armenian Quarter of Jerusalem is one of the oldest continuously inhabited sections of the ancient holy city. The Quarter is one of the...

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Strategic Ambiguity of Macron’s Call for Troops in Ukraine: What Is Behind?

Macron’s call for the NATO troops in Ukraine shook...

How the Anti-West Axis Leverages Western Guilt

The United States’ wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have...

Iran’s Ascendant Arsenal and King David’s Nuclear Slingshot

In the unfolding tapestry of Middle Eastern geopolitics, the...

Philippines-US Relations and the China Factor

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr’s visit to US, April...

Empowering Women: Fostering Collective Action in Nepalese Cooperatives

Collective action has been a fundamental aspect of human...