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Bangladesh Should Join the Game of Drones

In the 21st century, the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), colloquially called ‘drones’, has played a crucial role in the partial realization of...

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

Pakistan, situated in South Asia, is of significant importance due to its status as a nuclear-powered state in a geopolitically volatile region. The nation’s...

Russia Continues to Leave Strategic Borders With NATO Open With Minimal Manpower

The Russian Federation, under longtime autocrat Vladimir Putin, lives in a state of ultra-nationalism and renewed imperialist ambitions—putting the country on a path of...

Phenomenon ‘Pork Barrel’ Politics in Indonesia

Recently, Indonesian people have been shocked by the film Dirty Vote, a masterpiece that provides the public with an understanding of the fraud that...

Gun Versus Vote

Pakistan, a nation of 241 million people, voted a general election on February 8. The poll took place against the backdrop of economic crisis...

Unable to Adapt: How the US Damaged Its Role in the South Caucasus Peace Process

Through its shortsighted actions, the Biden administration has damaged its chance to be an unbiased “mediator” in the peace process between Azerbaijan and Armenia....

Indonesia’s Presidential election: Likely Impact on the Country’s External Relations

Indonesia’s presidential election will be held on Feb. 14, 2024 -- final campaign events by all three candidates were held on Feb. 10, 2024....

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...

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...

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...

The Visegrad Group Internal Conflict

The Visegrad Group is a political alliance of the four Central European countries of Hungary, Poland, Czechia, and Slovakia. Culturally aligned, along with sharing...

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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...

Russia Continues to Leave Strategic Borders With NATO Open With Minimal Manpower

The Russian Federation, under longtime autocrat Vladimir Putin, lives...

Bangladesh-France Bilateral Relations in 2023: Issues and Directions

Since February 1972, after France officially recognized Bangladesh as...