The US president, Joe Biden, has promised full support to both Finland and Sweden in their membership applications to what he called a “revived NATO” in the light of t
With global attention riveted upon eastern Europe, President Biden's ASEAN summit was an attempt to reassure his Asian allies of continued American support.
Will the invasion of Ukraine by Russia prompt non-nuclear nations to revisit their security architecture?
Despite their political differences, India and Australia are keen to promote trade and investment, besides cooperating in the Indo-Pacific.
In the wake of the accidental missile firing, India needs to reassure the international community of the safety and integrity of its substantial and varied missile arsenal.
Beijing is walking a fine line, retaining the equilibrium in the Russia-China axis while keeping the collective wrath of an enraged west at bay through intense parleying.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Mar 14, 2022
The erstwhile colonisers of Africa, now banded together in the EU, are endeavouring to share in the African growth story.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Feb 21, 2022
While the pandemic has laid waste to most segments of the economy, illegal drug networks managed to flourish amidst the widening tragedy.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Feb 7, 2022
The Sports arena remains a favourite platform for competing for political powers to grandstand their geopolitical differences.
Craftily manipulating democratic processes, Beijing had ensured that only trustworthy pro-China candidates could contest the recent legislative council elections, thus quietly strengthening its grip.
The ‘sudden chaos’ in Kazakhstan gave the autocratic regime a convenient opportunity to shift its narrative from governmental incompetence to national security issues.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Dec 18, 2021
Although China remains an ‘all-weather ally’ for Pakistan, the CPEC project has been hamstrung by corruption scandals, curtailment of funds and local hostility to Beijing’s debt diplomacy.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Dec 4, 2021
Lithuania has demonstrated that even smaller nations can wield diplomatic heft against hegemonic powers.
The Taliban-sponsored ceasefire between the Pakistani Army and the TTP is at best tenuous, considering an absence of mutual trust.
With Poland and the EU facing off over the supremacy of European law, has the unity of the post-Brexit bloc been compromised?
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Oct 22, 2021
In the backdrop of the Tishreem movement, Iraqi voters have taken to the polling booths, hoping to usher in a new dawn for the fledgling democracy.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Oct 17, 2021
India can ill-afford to ignore the state of affairs in Afghanistan, which is a pivotal part of the country’s immediate neighbourhood.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Oct 11, 2021
In a world awash with misinformation, it is important to recognise the few brave-hearts amidst journalists who prevent the truth from getting suppressed.
Geopolitics - Analyses & Assessments - Sep 9, 2021
The emergence of the Taliban as masters of Afghanistan has created new equations for regional geopolitics with global resonance.