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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...

A Year After the Coup, Myanmar Mired in Conflict and Catastrophe

Feb. 1, 2022 — marks a year since the military of Myanmar, popularly known as Tatmadaw, orchestrated a coup to seize power after rejecting...

China’s Economy Must Still Naviagte Challenges

The temptation to be flippantly Wildean and evoke the spirit of Oscar is sometimes too tempting for the mortal flesh. For the United States...

Keeping Ukraine Neutral and out of NATO Would Benefit All Sides

The Ukrainian crisis continues to switch from cold to hot. On Feb. 07, Russia and Western countries indicated that diplomacy is the only solution...

Embracing Morality Is Essential for a Truly ‘Global Britain’

In 1889, Benjamin Eli Smith and William Dwight Whitney wrote of the term ‘global’; “a globe is often solid, a sphere is often hollow....

The Upside of Taliban Recognition

As the Taliban have managed to control Afghanistan’s territory effectively, the recognition of the group may prove to be the most viable option for...

The Crisis in Ukraine and the Remnants of the East-West Cold War Politics

The Ukrainian standoff between the West and Russia has echoes of the rivalry that existed between the United States and Russia during the Cold War.

Expectations from the External Affairs Minister’s Visit to Australia and the Philippines

The External Affairs Minister (EAM) Mr. S. Jaishankar will visit Australia and the Philippines for the first time as India’s EAM between Feb. 10-13...

Poverty’s Strain: How Poverty Relates to Health in Global Contexts

Around the world, individual health is determined by several factors, both physical and mental. Even those of us with an active lifestyle can be...

China’s Maneuvers in the Indian Ocean Region Could Challenge the Existing Institutional Mechanism

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi toured five countries of the Indian Ocean Region – Eritrea, Kenya, Comoros, the Maldives and Sri Lanka – in...

Poisoned Springs: Afghan Opium and South Asia’s Looming Crisis

Afghanistan has been a nation in turmoil for over 40 years, beginning from the Soviet invasion in 1979. Power kept changing hands as a...

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Strengthening EU-Bangladesh Relations Through EU-Bangladesh First Political Dialogue

Since the earliest interactions between European institutions and the...

Biden-Xi Meeting and Key Takeaways

The recent meeting between Biden and Xi on the...

The Misconstrued Economic Plight of Pakistan

The last few months have been quite a rigmarole...

The West Needs to Adopt Innovative Policies to Attract Talent

Ties between Western countries and China have deteriorated in...

Clima Active in Climate Change

The 17th G20 Summit recently concluded in Bali, Indonesia....