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China’s Strategic Canal in Cambodia May Cause Regional Destabilization

A Chinese-backed canal project aims to connect the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh on the Mekong river with the sea by 2028, removing the need...

People’s Revolutions: More Than the Will of the People

The French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, the Iranian Revolution, and many other historical turning points. We were taught that they were primarily due to...

Beyond Borders and Betrayals: Unraveling the CFA Franc and the Sahel’s Existential Revolt Against Old Masters

In the tapestry of the Sahel's geopolitical landscape, where cultures clash and histories intertwine, lies a hidden thread—the CFA Franc. This monetary scheme, meticulously...

The Visegrad Group Internal Conflict

The Visegrad Group is a political alliance of the four Central European countries of Hungary, Poland, Czechia, and Slovakia. Culturally aligned, along with sharing...

Donald Trump’s Win in Iowa Caucuses: Domestic and Global Reactions

Former US President Donald Trump’s win in the Iowa caucuses, on January 15, 2024,  is an important first step towards his nomination as the...

Cambodia: Hun Dictatorship Bets Fake Images Can Gloss Over Reality

Distortion of visual reality is one of the techniques by which the Hun Manet regime attempts to project a false image of modern Cambodia...

Migration Could Be a Key Issue in the Upcoming Aceh Local Election 2024

Since 2005, Indonesians have been allowed to directly vote for their regional governor after the parliament reformed the 2004 regulation on regional elections. This...

The World Must Not Forget Kem Sokha, Symbol of Democratic Change in Cambodia

On this International Human Rights Day, I call on the international community not to forget Cambodia. While the country may not be making headlines,...

Thinking Outside the EU-CA Box? The Prospects of a C5+Greece Cooperation

Central Asia has always been in the fringe of the EU neighborhood and, because of that, had a lot of significance for its foreign...

A High Wind in Argentina

Argentina has come of age. For over a quarter-of-a-century it had remained hostage to left-wing protectionist politics.  Nothing wrong being true to one specific...

European Leaders Failed the Palestinians

Over the past weeks, the crisis in the Middle East has drawn clear dividing lines, where the young generation of European voters, the so...

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Washington’s Policy Dilemmas: Ripple Effect on America’s Global Power

Founder of one of the largest hedge funds --...

Why Has the Myanmar Junta Banned Its Male Citizens from Going Abroad for Work?

The situation in Myanmar has been appalling since the...

How and Why Sudan Represents the Second Front in the Russo-Ukrainian War

Sudan is an African country with a rich history...

What is the Relevance of Networked Deterrence in the Indo-Pacific?

Deterrence has been at the center of the world’s...

Why Tajikistan’s Water Matters

Tajikistan is a very rich country in terms of...