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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...

Looming Global Food Crisis: The Role of World Leaders

The world is moving towards an unprecedented time as global food prices are skyrocketing and affecting countries across the world. Domestic food price and...

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,...

Russia’s Pathway to the Arctic: Ambitions and Tribulations

In its effort to further the ambition in the areas of Oceans and Seas, Russian President Vladimir Putin signs a new document, categorized as...

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...

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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...