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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....

Lessons of a Bygone Era: Wars of Symbolism

In September, China released its new “standard map,” laying claim to most of the so-called “South China Sea,” as well as territory that it...

Myanmar Army Is in Peril but Their Capability Should Not Be Undermined

Myanmar's military junta is facing its biggest challenge since it overthrew the civilian government of Aung San Suu Kyi in February 2021. Myanmar's military,...

Making Sense of Keeping Chabahar Out of US Sanctions

Amid heightened tensions due to the imposition of fresh sanctions by the US to punish Iran over its nuclear program has sent shivers to...

U.S. Extended Deterrence and the Korean Peninsula’s Changing Threat Environment

From the perspective of the average South Korean, the Weapons of Mass Destruction threat from North Korea is as ubiquitous as a typhoon and...

Russia’s New Move in Ukraine

In an attempt to tighten the screws on Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin, on April 24, signed a decree, simplifying the procedure for granting...

China and Xinjiang: The Fate of BRI

Investments have either built or doomed empires. For the former to be materialized, investments are to be made considering factors beyond the purely economic...

Analysis: The Great Powers in a Geopolitical Asymmetry with the Taliban

The April 25, 2019, trilateral meeting between the Great Powers, namely, the US, Russia and China underscored an important understanding about the present status...

Whither Indian Military Interventions?

India has long aspired to be a regional hegemon in South Asia. While poor trade ties with its South Asian neighbors hampers this ambition,...

The Flowers of War: Addressing the Issue of Afghan Child Soldiers

An Al Jazeera documentary shows that Islamic State of Khorasan (ISK), the ISIS branch active in Afghanistan and Pakistan, trains children above three years...

Great Powers in Afghanistan, Between Cooperation and Competition

On Thursday, April 25 representatives of the United States, Russia, and China convened at the first trilateral meeting on the Afghan Peace process in Moscow....

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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...

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

Through its shortsighted actions, the Biden administration has damaged...

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

Indonesia’s presidential election will be held on Feb. 14,...