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Settler Culture and Politics of Mass Shootings in the US

On Jan. 21, 2023, all hell broke loose in Monterey Park, California, when a gunman opened fire in a crowded place. The residents were...

Maldives’ Presidential Election and Possible Challenges for India

Indian foreign minister S. Jaishankar was on a three-day tour from Jan. 18 to Maldives and Sri Lanka. The visit was set to inaugurate...

Biden Is Slipping Into a Quagmire

In a matter of days, things have suddenly taken a very ugly turn for US President Joe Biden. His political career, it appears, has...

Oil Politics and Europe: The West in Conundrum?

The Russia-Ukraine war has drastically altered the dynamics of world politics ranging from the economic supply chain to the geopolitical rivalry among the great...

Is Realism the Ape Language of International Politics?

Do realist International Relations (IR) scholars believe that apes can speak? It is a ridiculous question. But had many psychologists last century been asked,...

Ramifications of Taliban’s Ban on Girls’ Education

The Afghan Taliban has disallowed female students from attending classes at public and private universities, arguing they were not following the proper dress code....

The India-Israel Bilateral Relations: The Contemporary Gameplan

India recognised Israel on Sept 17, 1950 and permitted the establishment of a consulate in Mumbai but full official diplomatic relations were established in...

Bandung and After: Indonesia’s Ongoing Struggle Against Extremism

Indonesia has been in recent times struggling to contain extremist trends.  There have been alarm bells ringing over the past years about pervasive extremism;...

India-Afghanistan Relations: In Search of New Role

India’s intent on engaging with the Afghan Taliban comes as no surprise as India is looking for new avenues to establish a working relationship...

Significance of Noyes’s Visit to Bangladesh

The US Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, Julieta Valls Noyes left Bangladesh on Dec. 8, after her 5 day...

The Incoming Second Wave of Democratization or Authoritarianism?

"Globalization is almost dead, and free trade is almost dead. Many people are still expecting them to return, but I don't think they will...

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How the US Underestimates the Securitization Strategy of Subaltern

In its bid to universalize human rights principles, and...

Economy First, Geopolitics Second: A Case for Future US-Bangladesh Engagement

The past year has witnessed vigorous engagement between Bangladesh...

Settler Culture and Politics of Mass Shootings in the US

On Jan. 21, 2023, all hell broke loose in...

The Emerging Narco Bloc of West Asia

The manufacture and supply of the flagship drug Captagon...

Climate Action: The US Is Doing Its Part, Others Should Step up Too

The view that the US has been hypocritical in...