Geopolitics - Insights - Jun 1, 2023
Threads of Identity:
Exploring India’s Diaspora
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Feb 11, 2023
The new Netanyahu administration is anchored on the far right, raising domestic, regional and international concerns.
China’s charm offensive upon ruling elites has made it Africa’s most popular ally and trading partner.
The rise and reign of Xi Jinping replicated the making of Mao and perhaps even surpassed the idol.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Oct 22, 2022
The Conservative Party has slept at the wheel and must take control before it’s too late
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Oct 15, 2022
Are Israel and Lebanon finally edging closer to a rare truce after decades of hostilities?
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Sep 3, 2022
The face-off between Muqtada al-Sadr and the caretaker government has once again brought the country perilously close to chaos.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Aug 27, 2022
A security dilemma in the Korean Peninsula is hell-bent on aggravating regional tensions
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Aug 13, 2022
Digital resilience is essential to accelerate reliable and safe healthcare.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Aug 6, 2022
After having recently summited in Tehran, President Putin and President Erdogan are scheduled to meet again
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Jul 16, 2022
It is finally dawning upon China that its dreams of reincarnating the ancient Silk Road to mark its rise as the 'Middle Kingdom' will come at a price.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Jul 9, 2022
A reconfiguration of Europe’s energy infrastructure proposes to put the continent firmly upon its climate targets. Will it be able to withstand the pressures of the War in Ukraine?
The state of Israel is focusing on the evolving nuclear threat from its arch-enemy Iran to seek unity in its deeply polarised society.
Iraq’s political crisis reached a crescendo on Sunday with the resignation of its majority bloc. The fate of a nation ranking 20th on the Fragile State index remains uncertain.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Jun 18, 2022
Rising energy costs and falling yen may force Japan to review its energy strategy and perhaps rehabilitate the moribund nuclear power generation sector.
The EU ban on oil imports from Russia is a ticking bomb for the entire global oil market.
A fresh slew of sanctions has been imposed on Russia by the West to force Moscow to cease hostilities. But will they succeed?
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - May 28, 2022
Energy has been the principal driver of the modern industrialised world and it is hardly surprising that its appetite for energy resources has been at the heart of geopolitical tensions.
With global attention riveted upon eastern Europe, President Biden's ASEAN summit was an attempt to reassure his Asian allies of continued American support.