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Is the Global Dominance of G7 Under Challenge?

The world is currently witnessing a prolonged conflict in Ukraine, a global food shortage is imminent, oil prices are on the rise, and an...

Birth of a New World Order?

Putin’s recent visit to Tehran has thumped a renewed tactical shift in the power games of regional influence. As Russia cozies up to the...

Is AI-backed Social Media Fuelling Polarisation?

Celebrated political philosopher John Stuart Mill in his highly acclaimed essay ‘On Liberty’ suggests that no dogma or doctrine must be allowed to suppress...

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,...

Why States Seek to Acquire Nuclear Weapons

Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, one of the leading foreign policy interests of powerful states has been to limit the spread of...

Events to Look out for the Next 25 Years

As the new cold war heats up between the status quo power, the US and the new rising power, China - there are a...

Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is Unsustainable

With the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, the threat of nuclear war diminished, nuclear-armed states led a drive to prevent the spread of...

A Reflection on Global Peace and Conflict

Conflicts have become a norm in the entire world.  Although small conflicts may be ignored, yet leaving them unresolved can and does lead to...

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...

Why are there only 5 permanent seats on the UN Security Council?

United Nations is an international organization of nations. It was created to ensure an environment of mutual cooperation, maintaining security, economic development, social progress...

Will the spread of technology end the nation state?

Nationalism is the life-blood and foundation of the nation-state. As long as there is nationalism, there will be nation-states. Now, the question is will...

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Ethnic Minorities of Bangladesh: A Stunning Success in National Integration

Unlike other countries in the region, Bangladesh has been...

Nancy Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan: Another Round of Tensions

After weeks of speculations, Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of...

South Korea and Japan Relations: Moving Beyond the Horizon

Under its new president Yoon Suk-yeol, South Korea has...

Chinese Foreign Minister’s Bangladesh Visit: Context and Contingencies

The Chinese Foreign Minister is set to visit Bangladesh...

Is the Global Dominance of G7 Under Challenge?

The world is currently witnessing a prolonged conflict in...