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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,...

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Recent Developments and Next Steps

The international community is concerned about the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and the knock-on effects on regional stability, and international tranquility. 25 years of...

India-Pakistan Standoff: Prospects for Escalation and De-escalation

After more than a month has passed since the dog fight over Kashmir between Pakistan and India the latter claimed that the former is...

Why India’s ASAT Test Heralds the Rebirth of the Cold War and Threatens Global Security

India conducted its first ever Anti-Satellite (ASAT) missile system test in March, cementing its place as an international space power. The ASAT missile destroyed...

Arms Control in Crisis

The Trump administration has lately declared the suspension of the US obligations under the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with Russia that was built...

Golan Heights: America Is Getting Better at Undermining International Law

The U.S. president Donald Trump has recently signed a proclamation to officially recognize Golan Heights as Israeli territory, an area measuring seven hundred square...

Towards a Neo-Monroe Doctrine: American Hegemony in the Trump Era

A profound change was taking place across the Americas in the 1820s. The gigantic realm of New Spain, once a pinnacle in the European...

Africa as India’s Top Priority: A Reinvigorated Push or Same Old Rhetoric?

India’s bilateral partnership with Africa continues to be defined by the spirit of developing together as equals. By sharing a similar colonial past and...

Can Da’ish Reappear in Iraq?

On March 6, an ambush set by Da'ish in Kirkuk led to killing many of Iraqi Popular Mobilization fighters, which is considered a negative...

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Bangladesh-France Bilateral Relations in 2023: Issues and Directions

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

Phenomenon ‘Pork Barrel’ Politics in Indonesia

Recently, Indonesian people have been shocked by the film...

Why Muslim Countries Are Holding Back Against Israeli Aggression

The Israeli government has been bombing Gaza for some...

EU Interest Towards Indo-Pacific Through IORA

On Jan. 30, 2024, the European Union (EU) officially...

Decoding Iran’s Strike and Pakistan’s Counter Strike in the Geopolitical Context

Iran's surprising missile strike in Panjgur, Balochistan, caught the...