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As the UAE and Bahrain close ranks with Israel, other Arab states may follow too, leaving Palestine with just a clutch of supporters for its cause.
China joining the Arms Trade Treaty, which is skewed towards arms exporters, does not spell good news for importer nation-states.
China’s ambition to emerge as a global norm-setter in the digital space is already extracting dividends through its ‘Digital Silk Road’ initiative.
The debilitating effect of the pandemic may force Pyongyang to rethink its isolationist policies and seek access to much-needed medical and economic aid
Several issues hang in the air ahead of UK's final goodbye from the EU. The summit slated for mid-October could be the last-ditch effort for a deal
The focus this time around is on the undecided voters who may get trapped in a flood of online “filter-babble."
The August 4 Beirut blast has only aggravated the economic and political quagmire the nation finds itself in-salvation lies in intent and deep reforms
The region is in turmoil with Ankara denouncing the recently concluded Egypt –Greece deal and external powers-Russia, EU and France- jumping into the fray
Any popular movement that aspires to replace Lukashenko in Minsk will need to first contend with Moscow and its geopolitical bearings in Central Asia
The ‘Abraham Accord’ may be a major foreign policy breakthrough, but there are doubts over its potential to broker peace in West Asia.
Amidst raging infection rates, voting by mail seems to be the safest option. Will it remain free from tampering and electoral fraud?
Countries embracing ‘vaccine nationalism’ in their race for a cure are forgetting that the bedrock of clinical research in pandemic times is 'the global public good.'
Does the Indo Pacific region need its own version of NATO to secure its strategic geography from big power manoeuvring?
Having had close encounters of the unfriendly kind with several countries in South Asia, New Delhi would be well advised to keep Dhaka close.
Japan is walking a tightrope in its geo-strategic relationship with China and the U.S.
Shutting the door on foreign students and immigrants in the west, may have a totally unexpected consequence –the return of talented prodigals to home shores!
What happened to liberal, impartial and investigative journalism, in Hong Kong?
The EU Recovery Deal is a much-needed injection of economic support for member countries and hopefully a trigger for global recovery
Oxford University is crowdsourcing its efforts to come up with novel therapies at affordable prices in the shortest time possible