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Civilians in the Gray Zone: New Rules for New Hybrid Wars?

The active conflicts in Ethiopia, Syria, Ukraine, and Yemen are replete with reminders of the gruesome nature of violence that state entities are capable...

Regime Change Cannot Be a Foreign Policy Option for Any World Leaders

The U.S. President Joe Biden was on a two-day visit to Poland in March and concluded it with a speech about the Russo-Ukrainian War...

Overcoming the Growing Inflationary Pressures in Emerging Markets by Integrating Monetary and Economic Indicators With Geospatial Strategies

With the growing inflationary pressures in emerging markets, monetary policymakers must consider new types of trade-offs, approaches, and solutions. These include integrating geospatial systems...

Decolonising Intellectual Property in the Post-Colonial World: COVID and the Geopolitics of IP

The outbreak of COVID-19 not only exposed the deep-rooted structural problems of healthcare systems across the world but also exposed the imperial structure of...

The paradox of a Nuclear Arms Race in the Age of the Nonproliferation Regime

A nuclear arms race in an international system that has in effect the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT)...

How China and the United States use Special Economic Zones to Advance their Geopolitical Objectives

China and the United States are both using Special Economic Zones (SEZs) as a tool to advance their foreign policy objectives. SEZs are enclaves that...

Non-State Actors and the End of the Westphalian World?

In 1648, probably the most significant international treaty of the modern world – the Treaty of Westphalia, was signed in the German province of...

Role of Genetic Factors in Limiting COVID-19 Mortality Confirmed

Genetic factors play a key part in determining COVID-19 mortality rates, and, in south-east Asia, provide populations with a degree of protection. The number of...

COVID-19 Vaccine Programmes Need Review as Natural Immunity Grows

This article refers mainly to the health situation in France but its arguments apply also to the whole of the European Union, which has...

Why Seniors Will Be Impacted the Most Post-Pandemic

The impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the world are far-reaching and have affected nearly everyone in some way or another. While...

Rehabilitation From Heroism: Work With Internal Conditions to Prevent an Insider Threat

The insider spy, commonly referred to as a “mole” has from time immemorial been the scourge of intelligence services. Representatives of the American Intelligence...

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Can Pakistan Be Another Sri Lanka?

The political mayhem in Sri Lanka continues to unfold;...

The Complexities of the Iran-China-Russia Triangle

Most strategic commentators view Iran as an integral component...

Renewed Alliances: A Trans-Caspian “Middle Corridor” Brings Kazakhstan Closer to Turkey

Due to the global preoccupation with Russia's war against...

Rohingya Camps Near the Border — a New Source of Insecurity?

The bordering area at the strategically southern part of...

Mega Projects of Bangladesh: Major Stakeholders, Future Directions

Since its fifty years landmark of independence, Bangladesh is...