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Indian Ocean and South China Sea: They Belong to Neither India nor China

One of the most interesting developments of the past week was India's protest against the United States. The reason for the protest was Freedom...
Hassan Rouhani President of Iran

Reviving the Iran Deal: Vienna Talks, a Glimmer of Hope on the Horizon

The in-person meeting held at Vienna on April 6, 2021, between Iran and signatories to the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) also referred...
Cyber Security

Reimagining Cyber Strategy

Strategy has always been a consequential idea, as it represents the pursuit of goals set against limited resources available at disposal. Across the history...
Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman

Saudi Arabia’s Response to the Weakening of Relations With the Biden Administration: A...

Under Trump, Saudi Arabia's relationship with the United States was based on Trump's maximum financial advantage over the monarchy. Saudi Arabia was one of...
Zalmay Khalilzad, Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation

What Makes Afghanistan Peace Process a Tricky Affair?

The United States is seeking a dignified end to its war in Afghanistan. The Biden administration has taken a diplomatic route to ensure that...
MQ-1 Predator Drone

The Drone War in Somalia: How Joe Biden’s New Policy Could Signal a Resurgence...

The beginning of 2021 has been tumultuous for Somalia. With President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, better known as Farmajo, refusing to leave office and delaying...
Russian peacekeepers and Azerbaijani military personnel near Dadivank of Kalbajar District.

Shaping the Region: The New Geopolitical Realities in the South Caucasus Following the Karabakh...

The consequences of the Second Karabakh War are already shaping the South Caucasus region. Azerbaijan combined its carefully executed military strategy with well formulated...

Theatrics of Securitization in the Indian Ocean: Mapping India in the Indian Ocean

Naval strategist, Alfred Thayer Mahan once stated, “Whoever controls the Indian Ocean will dominate Asia, the destiny of the world will be decided on...

The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue Can Be a Turning Point for Indo-Pacific

The first ‘Quadrilateral Security Dialogue’, also known as the Quad leaders' Virtual Summit, is taking place on March 12. On Tuesday, the Ministry of...

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