World

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

The view that the US has been hypocritical in its climate action has been held by many for years, in shifting the blame and...

Myanmar’s Opium Boom Matters — Here’s Why

The UN just released a new report on the state of the opium trade in Myanmar, and it bears some grim news which, as...

Will the World Face More Debt Crises in 2023?

It's already here, from Africa to America, from Morocco to Mexico; the unthinkable, the unimaginable, and the unprecedented debt crisis are eating the fruits...

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...

Should Big Tech Companies Have a Seat at the Geopolitical Table?

The rise of the digital landscape continues to have a profound impact on our contemporary world. However, it’s vital to note that this is...

Global Crisis and Global South: India’s Role and Response

Speaking on the occasion of United Nations (UN) Day on Oct. 24, India’s External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar said that India will always...

Are We On a Path to Nuclear Armageddon?

Russian President Vladimir Putin had earlier suggested that he would consider using nuclear weapons if confronted with a NATO military response in Ukraine war,...

The Need for Western Countries to Adopt a Nuanced Approach Vis-à-vis Immigration

With the deterioration of ties between China and the West and Australia, there is likely to be a decrease in enrollment of Chinese students...

The Complete Story of Debt-Trap Diplomacy

In International Relations, one of the most crucial aspects of a nation-state is to fulfil its national interests. These interests may vary from state...

Granules & Geopolitics: Conflicts over Sand

Sand, the most abundant of all minerals, is present around us. After air and water, it is the most consumed natural resource on earth....

UN Working Group on Disappearance Should Rethink Data Collection Method to Avoid Unwanted Mistakes

On Sept. 21, the United Nations Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearance (WGEID) published its annual report. It was the 128th session of...

Stay in touch:

6,090FansLike
1,497FollowersFollow
13,329FollowersFollow

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...

Myanmar’s Opium Boom Matters — Here’s Why

The UN just released a new report on the...