Foreign Policy

Washington’s Policy Dilemmas: Ripple Effect on America’s Global Power

Founder of one of the largest hedge funds -- Bridgewater Associates and author of ‘The Changing World: Why Nations succeed and fail’, Ray Dalio...

Analysing the Turkic Vector of Azerbaijan’s Foreign Policy

The Organisation of Turkic States (OTS) is one of the main foreign policy initiatives of Azerbaijan. In his swearing-in ceremony in February 2024 Azerbaijani...

Why the Caribbean Community Backs Palestinian Statehood

With foreign ministers of the 14 mostly Anglophone sovereign member states of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) bloc scheduled to meet later this month—as they regularly...

Does India Have a Successful Grand Strategy?

Traditional examples of good grand strategies are illustrated in the unification of Germany by Bismarck and the policy of containment. It is opined that...

Growing India-UAE Linkages in the Education Sector

The UAE has always been a favoured destination for Indian immigrants due to historical linkages, the Gulf country’s proximity to India and the large...

Gaza, Ukraine Wars Elicit Different Reactions in the Caribbean’s Foreign Policy Milieu

Insofar as the spotlight tends to fall almost exclusively on  major Western powers and regional (middle power-type) players relative to global flashpoints, such as...

From Historical Bonds to Modern Alliances: Decoding China’s Relations with Afghanistan

Throughout history, Afghanistan and China have maintained a friendly relationship, with their ties dating back to the Han dynasty. Their trade relations, initially established...

Kazakhstan’s Global Stance: Bridging East and West in International Affairs

Kazakhstan, a landlocked nation situated at the heart of Eurasia, has continuously sought to establish itself as a bridge between the East and the...

Kazakhstan’s President Tokayev Toes the Line Between Sanctions Compliance and Peace With Russia

On Sept. 28, Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev was in Germany for bilateral consultations with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Tokayev also participated in a Berlin-organized...

Among Conflicts and Sanctions: Kazakhstan’s Role in Navigating Peace and Resolving Crises

In the tense and complex geopolitical landscape, marked by conflicts and disputes, Kazakhstan is emerging as a potential pivotal intermediary, capable of contributing to...

The U.S. Senate Takes Important First Step Toward Repairing Partnerships Soiled by President Trump

On July 12, a bipartisan coalition of U.S. Senators introduced a bill to prevent future United States’ presidents from arbitrarily leaving the North Atlantic...

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Competing Global Economic Initiatives: A Tale of Two Routes

In recent years, two major economic initiatives have emerged...

Obstacle to Peace: Why Armenia Needs to Change Its Constitution

Speaking at a meeting with parliament speakers of the...

The Generative AI Rush and China’s Fear of Missing Out

The struggle over who controls the course of key...

Washington’s Policy Dilemmas: Ripple Effect on America’s Global Power

Founder of one of the largest hedge funds --...

Why Has the Myanmar Junta Banned Its Male Citizens from Going Abroad for Work?

The situation in Myanmar has been appalling since the...