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TPNW: A Renewed Effort Towards Nuclear Disarmament

The five-year period since the formal adoption of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) in 2017 was marked with several important...

Remain in Mexico Ending, Missing in Mexico Remains

Aug. 30 is the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, a heartbreaking commemoration of people abducted by the state whose whereabouts remain...

The Tenth NPT Review Conference: A Prospect for a Peaceful Nuclear-Free World?

More than 50 years have passed since the Non-Proliferation Treaty had been signed, and the world has not experienced any nuclear catastrophe thereafter. However,...

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...

When will North Korean Regime Collapse?

It is not clear when the North Korean regime will collapse. Predictions of the North Korean regime collapse have thus far did not come true. However, crippling sanctions are taking their tolls...

How Much Area Can a Nuclear Bomb Destroy?

As of today, nine countries hold a total of 15000 nuclear weapons according to ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons) which are more...

Is It a Unipolar or Bipolar World?

Before 1990, there were two superpowers in the world. One was the United States of America and the other one was the Soviet Union....

Is Authoritarianism on the Rise?

No way our world is going back to the political settings of the nineteenth century. It is true that authoritarian governments and dictators are rising...

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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...