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The Humanitarian Significance of Michelle Bachelet’s Visit to Bangladesh

On a four-day visit, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet is conducting an official visit to Bangladesh from Sunday to Wednesday, upon...

Partition Research and the Need for a Multi-Dimensional Approach

Ties between India and Pakistan have witnessed a downward slide in recent years, yet there have been some important initiatives in terms of books,...

What ASEAN Means for South Korea’s New Government

Earlier this year, the South Korean public voted in their new leader, President Yoon Suk-Yeol of the largely right-leaning People Power Party (PPP). The...

What Drives Sino-Russian Rapprochement?

China and Russia have come close together over the last few years. The chief reason being the soured ties between China and the USA,...

A Battle for the Ethos of Afghanistan

Between May 28 and May 30 of 2019, a delegation of Afghan political leaders from the opposition met with the leadership of the Taliban in Moscow....

From Strategic Ambivalence to Hedging: How Should India Respond to BRI?

India-China relations are too complex to fit into the neat binaries of ‘friend’ and ‘foe’. Instead they constitute a mosaic of cooperation, coexistence, coordination,...

Sanctions Might Not Bring the Political Change the West Wants in Cambodia

Cambodia’s economic growth remains under threat, as the European Union (EU) begins the process of removing the country from the Everything-But-Arms (EBA) scheme, and...

SCO as New Front for India in Anti-Terror Diplomacy

In Bishkek, erstwhile Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj speaking at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) expressed concern and solidarity with Asian countries facing the...

Indonesian Presidential Election: Jokowi 2.0

Indonesia, the biggest country of the Southeast Asian region, and world’s third largest democracy which houses the highest number of Muslims in the world,...

Shangri La Dialogue 2019: Clash of World Views & Great Power Rivalry

The Shangri La Dialogue 2019 (SLD) held on May 31-June 02 not just reaffirmed the continuation of great power rivalry between the US and...

With Junta Leader Victorious as PM, Thailand’s “Democracy” Is Just a Facade

Thailand's Parliament recently selected its next Prime Minister, but there was never any real doubt about who would emerge the winner: 2014 coup leader...

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The Tenth NPT Review Conference: A Prospect for a Peaceful Nuclear-Free World?

More than 50 years have passed since the Non-Proliferation...

The Humanitarian Significance of Michelle Bachelet’s Visit to Bangladesh

On a four-day visit, UN High Commissioner for Human...

Partition Research and the Need for a Multi-Dimensional Approach

Ties between India and Pakistan have witnessed a downward...

What ASEAN Means for South Korea’s New Government

Earlier this year, the South Korean public voted in...

Russia’s Pathway to the Arctic: Ambitions and Tribulations

In its effort to further the ambition in the...