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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...

The Resistance Front (TRF) And Its Threat to India in Kashmir

The Resistance Front (TRF) is a Pakistani militant organization that was established following the abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A in August 2019 by...

Upswing in US-Qatar ties Under Biden

On Monday Jan. 31, 2022 Qatar’s emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani became the first Gulf Arab leader to visit the Biden White...

The Ever-Growing Territorial Appetite of Russia

The geopolitical term Lebensraum seems in vogue in Russia. Lebensraum as a term of human geography was coined in 1901 by the German geographer, Friedrich...

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Biden’s North Korea Policy

North Korea started the year 2022 with literally a 'bang' as a spree of missile launches were conducted including an intermediate range ballistic missile,...

Receding Democracy in Hong Kong, Who Is To Be Blamed

It has been a month since the local legislative election took place in Hong Kong. Months before the election, Beijing’s National People’s Congress passed...

Revisiting Misperceptions: The 1962 Indo-China War

The idea that nation states accurately interpret the world is a presumption that underlines many scholarly explanations about why states behave the way they...

The Downward Slide in Australia-China Ties

The leader of Australia’s main opposition party, the center-left Australian Labor Party, Anthony Albanese recently said that even if his party was voted to...

Economics, The Unavoidable Core of Kazakstan Protest

Kazakhstan suffered greatly from the biggest protest since its independence. As I recently returned to Almaty, I saw that everyday life is heading back...

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From the Midnight Stopover to the Visit of Donald Lu: What Does It Mean for Bangladesh?

From the Byzantine Empire to the present-day Westphalian nation-state,...

Maldives’ Presidential Election and Possible Challenges for India

Indian foreign minister S. Jaishankar was on a three-day...

Aliyev’s Milosevic Tactics Towards Armenia

The region of Karabakh, located in modern day Azerbaijan...

Biden Is Slipping Into a Quagmire

In a matter of days, things have suddenly taken...

Will the World Face More Debt Crises in 2023?

It's already here, from Africa to America, from Morocco...