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The Belligerence of Myanmar: How Should We Hold It Accountable?

The mounting bellicosity of Myanmar has heightened tensions in the South and Southeast Asian Region. In particular, its recent provocative military acts on the...

Philippines Foreign Policy Under Marcos Junior: Driven by Economic Interests and Pragmatism

US President Joe Biden and his Philippines counterpart Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. -- son of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos -- commonly referred to as...

Pakistani Taliban is a Volcano Waiting to Erupt

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in June this year declared an indefinite ceasefire to facilitate peace talks being brokered by the Afghan Taliban. But there have...

European Union Enlargement Challenges After the Lisbon Treaty: Case of Turkey

The European Union (EU) is a supranational organization that transforms its institutional structure according to its needs. Historically, enlargement policy is the best known...

Changing Dynamics of China-Japan Relationship: Why New Delhi Should Closely Observe

US President Donald Trump's insular economic policies – specifically the imposition of tariffs on Aluminium and Steel, and his lack of coherence on complex...

Insurance Versus Terrorism in the Era of Globalisation

The process of contemporary globalization has widened the circle of common interests among states, communities, and individuals. At the same time, it has contributed...

Reconciliation or Conflict? Tunisia as a Unique Example in the Arab Spring

Known as the starting point of the Arab Spring, which is one of the greatest social and political transformation attempts of the 21st century...

Deciphering Vietnam’s Evolving Military Doctrine in the South China Sea

As China continues to expand its military presence in disputed areas of the South China Sea, Vietnam has sought to balance Beijing’s activities through...

The Adamant World Order: Is Populism a Threat to the World Order?

Populism is rising. With the victory of Donald Trump, Brexit, and growing influence of other populist parties in Greece, France, Germany and so on,...

The Agony of the Hazaras and the Indifference of the Afghan State

On July 23, 2016, two suicide bombers attacked protest rally organized by the Hazara community in Kabul, killing 88 people. This was the first...

The Need for an Arab Index of Terrorism

An index is a quantitative, statistical measurement tool by which observed events, trends, and natural and human phenomena are converted to units and numbers....

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The Belligerence of Myanmar: How Should We Hold It Accountable?

The mounting bellicosity of Myanmar has heightened tensions in...

The Land of The Rising Militarism

Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party, in its budget request...

Heirs of the Sultan of Sulu and North Borneo v. Malaysia – Explaining the controversial Ad-hoc Arbitration Case

On Feb. 28, 2022, the arbitrator, Dr. Gonzalo Stampa,...

Philippines Foreign Policy Under Marcos Junior: Driven by Economic Interests and Pragmatism

US President Joe Biden and his Philippines counterpart Ferdinand...

Pakistani Taliban is a Volcano Waiting to Erupt

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in June this year declared an...