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Muizzu’s Maldivian Maritime Mess: India on a Strategic Tightrope

Maldives President Mohamed Muizzu made multiple geostrategic errors when he ordered the 80 Indian troops who had been stationed to leave the island nation...

France-Armenia-India: Forging a Euro-Asia Strategic Alliance

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has defended Armenia's armaments deals with France and India, emphasizing the situational necessity for the country's national security and defense....

The Emerging Fractures in the Taiwanese Silicon Shield

The people of Taiwan have sent with their vote a resolute signal to mainland China. They are committed to preserving their identity, freedom, and...

African Leaders Must Account for $89 Billion Stolen Annually Under Their Watch

The UN has published a dark report on how Africa is robbed of billions of dollars by multinational companies from the developed north. We...

The Troubled World Bank’s ‘Doing Business’ Report is Even More Dubious in the African Context

The World Bank’s annual Doing Business report became an influential global tool for assessing countries’ business environments. Ever since it was launched in 2002,...

Iran, US allies and JCPOA

The United States has been trying its level best to reimpose sanctions after it withdrew from the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action), also...

Intra-Afghan Dialogue and the Road Ahead

Afghan government and the Taliban appear willing to end the long and bloody war through dialogue. The intra-Afghan dialogue which began on Sep. 12...

China’s Vaccine Diplomacy: Another Political Inducement to the Southeast Asian Region?

The pandemic of the Covid-19 has significantly triggered the dynamics in the interaction between countries. Most of the advancing economies still competing with each...

A Storm Ahead for the ASEAN-China Code of Conduct Negotiations

In 2019, during the 22nd ASEAN-China Summit in Thailand, the regional bloc agreed to a three-year deadline China proposed on the finalization of the...

Burundi’s New President Faces Daunting Challenges

Burundi has had 10 leaders since independence in 1962, three of whom were overthrown, two assassinated, and one who died in office. The series...

Peace in Afghanistan: So Close Yet So Far

The Afghan government and Taliban leadership hold peace talks on Sep. 12, 2020, to end two decades of civil war in Afghanistan. The peace talks...

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Muizzu’s Maldivian Maritime Mess: India on a Strategic Tightrope

Maldives President Mohamed Muizzu made multiple geostrategic errors when...

Why Trump Doesn’t Spell Doom For Ukraine

We’ve been hearing for quite some time now that...

France-Armenia-India: Forging a Euro-Asia Strategic Alliance

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has defended Armenia's armaments deals...

The Emerging Fractures in the Taiwanese Silicon Shield

The people of Taiwan have sent with their vote...

Gun Versus Vote

Pakistan, a nation of 241 million people, voted a...