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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...

The US Factor in the China-Taiwan Imbroglio

Geographically, the island of Taiwan is separated from the Chinese mainland by the Strait of Taiwan. Politically, the People's Republic of China (PRC) considers...

South Korean Olympic Diplomacy: A Step in Right Direction

South Korea's President Moon Jae-in has persistently made efforts to decrease the rising tensions with his neighboring country North Korea. Moon's diplomatic outreach ensured the North’s participation in the PyeongChang...

AAGC Cannot Counter BRI but It Can Act as a Complementary

India is afraid of losing influence over its South Asian neighbours and is trying to counter Chinese Belt Road Initiative (BRI). While China is...

Syrian Civil War: No End in Sight

The war in Syria has become complex and multi-sided.  Its roots are deep and widespread not just in the Middle East region but in...

Better Money

Humans improve things. If there’s a simple way to define us – it’s that. We’ve been improving things since our species emerged – devising...

Xi Deserves a Third Term

The Xinhua Net published a short notice on Sunday, 25 Feb 2018, that CPC proposes change on Chinese president's term in Constitution. The Communist...

India-Iran Bilateral Ties

India slowly but steadily is emerging as a strong economy and is well on her way to becoming the second largest potential market after China in...

The Age of the Exile

“No one leaves home unless the home is the mouth of a shark.” Migration brings with it an inescapable sense of disorientation. Refugees and...

Modi’s Historic Palestine Visit: A New Era in India-Palestine Relations

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi   visited  Palestine on 10 February 2018 during his three-nations tour to the Middle East. Despite India’s historical support for...

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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...

The US Factor in the China-Taiwan Imbroglio

Geographically, the island of Taiwan is separated from the...

Can Britain Escape Its Colonial Past?

The passing of Queen Elizabeth II generated a new...