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Revisited: Partition and the Bengali Muslims of India

It may come as a surprise to many people that Bengali-speaking Muslims form the second largest Muslim ethno-linguistic group in the world after Arab...

The South China Sea: Malaysian Dilemma

While building on the theme of uncertainty in his book ‘The Black Swan’, Nassim Nicholas Taleb talks about the writing of history and how...

Soaring Fuel Price in Bangladesh: Beyond the Gloom and Doom

The Bangladesh government has announced a sudden surge in the country's fuel price, triggering discontent and outrage among the general people. The country’s measure...

How Does Geography Pose a Problem for Russia and Its Relationship with NATO?

ABSTRACT The purpose of this extended project has always been to open the readers’ eyes as to the complex nature of international relations, in direct...

The Economic Dimension of the Syrian Civil War

In its seventh year, the crisis in Syria became a major issue in the international media. The approaches to categorizing the violence in Syria...

Talibanistan: The Ugly Palm Lines of Pakistan

The unimagined discrepancy between the anticipations and the status quo of the state of Afghanistan has turned the task of eliminating terrorism in Afghanistan...

Imagining the Unimaginable: A War between China and the USA

If the United States of America is a superpower, China is a major revisionist power rising economically and militarily.  The rise of China is motivated...

Good, Bad and Ugly: The Historical Evolution of the Middle East

The Middle East region as defined in this article includes the Arab countries, Iran and Turkey. Due to its geo-cultural characteristics, the Middle East...

A Reflection on Global Peace and Conflict

Conflicts have become a norm in the entire world.  Although small conflicts may be ignored, yet leaving them unresolved can and does lead to...

Kim Jong-Un: Man of the Year 2018

Kim Jong-Un has to be the smartest politician in recent times. Just a year ago, Kim Jong-Un was literally Enemy No.1 of the US...

Why the West Does not Understand China?

One of the main things I often hear in the mainstream press in the West is how much of an unknown variable China is,...

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Revisited: Partition and the Bengali Muslims of India

It may come as a surprise to many people...

The South China Sea: Malaysian Dilemma

While building on the theme of uncertainty in his...

Soaring Fuel Price in Bangladesh: Beyond the Gloom and Doom

The Bangladesh government has announced a sudden surge in...

The Ukraine War: What Lies Ahead?

The war in Ukraine entered in the sixth month....

The Use of Social Media Changes Political Culture of Pakistan

There is little doubt that Pakistan is barreling towards...