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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...

Is India’s New Gender Quota Bill an Empty Promise?

The Indian parliament passed a historic bill that necessitates the lower house of the parliament and the state legislatures to earmark one-third of their...

The Slowly Eroding Armenian Quarter of Jerusalem

The Armenian Quarter of Jerusalem is one of the oldest continuously inhabited sections of the ancient holy city. The Quarter is one of the...

The Limitations of the ‘Outsider’ Vs ‘Insider’ Binary in Politics

The past decade has witnessed the rise of political individuals who are considered “outsiders” to the political system. This has been attributed to several...

Gaza, Ukraine Wars Elicit Different Reactions in the Caribbean’s Foreign Policy Milieu

Insofar as the spotlight tends to fall almost exclusively on  major Western powers and regional (middle power-type) players relative to global flashpoints, such as...

Poland Shows That Populists Are Not Invincible

The two most recent attempts to defeat populists in power in Hungary and Turkey failed. Moreover, the populist coalition won the election in Italy....

Unravelling the Israel–Hamas Conflict: A Historical Overview and Path to Peace

The unprecedented attack by Hamas, a Palestine-based organisation that controls Gaza, on Israel and Israel's subsequent retaliation, has led to the bloody eruption of...

The Second Republic and Indian Muslims: Can Homo-Theoreticus Bridge the Schism?

Recent occurrences have ignited fervent discussions within the Indian political sphere, revolving around two pivotal identities that significantly mold the nation's sociopolitical and electoral...

Challenging the Misconception and Examining the True Victims in the US-Taliban Accord

The United States exited from Afghanistan in August 2021, amidst the dramatic collapse of the country to the Taliban. This withdrawal was primarily driven...

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

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Why Tajikistan’s Water Matters

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

Being Part of the Plan: An Integrated Approach for Global Biological Diversity Conservation

The International Day for Biological Diversity, observed annually on...

What the Caribbean Community’s Diplomatic Reset on Palestinian Statehood Means for the Bloc

Hamas' October 7, 2023 surprise attacks against Israel from...

The Antarctic Region Is Set to Witness More Regulatory Measures

Amidst the evolving landscape of the Antarctic region, characterized...