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With an infinitesimal lifting of the roadblock on nuclear diplomacy between the U.S. and Iran, it is hoped that all stakeholders bring fresh ideas to the table.
Biden’s Middle East policy should not be viewed as a cooling-off period with close-buddy Israel, but rather as a calculated move to assert his policy imprint in the region.
The new Italian Prime Minister will have to leverage his economic credentials and political astuteness to steer Italy through one of its worst economic and health crises.
The country's successes as a heavyweight military power in the Middle East are reminiscent of the erstwhile Ottoman Empire and it's conquest.
In an increasingly disruptive and changing international landscape, where staying neutral is no longer a safe option,India must find its compass to cement its place.
Nepal's public upscaling of the Kalapani dispute, along with the chinese military excursions has raised the spectra of broader anti-India collusion.
In the last of the three-part series, end-states to the confrontation between US and PRC are examined with suggestions for impartial intelligence.
In this second part of the three-part series, the fictional narrative discusses electoral politics, geopolitical powerplay and tensions between US and PRC.
A work of fiction, artfully evolved from the COVID-19 to highlight the dangerous spiral of events, if the narratives are not controlled with facts and reasonableness.
Recent aggressive Chinese moves have given rise to concerns that China is exploiting the distraction of the pandemic to push its own geopolitical agenda.
Viewed as an economic disaster without parallel with its first ripples laying low, it is feared that it will only get worse before getting any better.
Does the COVID-19 pandemic provide opportunity for China to don the mantle of world leadership? Article by Maj Gen Moni Chandi(Retd).
Does the COVID-19 pandemic provide opportunity for China to don the mantle of world leadership? Article by Maj Gen Moni Chandi (Retd).
The senseless killing of Sikhs in a Gurdwara in Kabul raises questions of safety of minorities in Afghanistan.
Syria, Turkey and Russia compete for power in idlib. With recent exit of NATO troops in the region, does it have to be a fight to the finish?
With Ankara encouraging migrants to cross into Europe, does the EU-Turkey migration deal need a relook?
After two decades of U.S troops in Afghanistan, will the U.S -Taliban agreement usher in a new political narrative?
Saudi’s reduction of oil prices has intensified the price war with Russia that will also affect the U.S. Shale industry. Will the stricken world economy gain or lose?
India is Bhutan’s most significant neighbour across dimensions. How can we foster this relationship to develop the South Asian region?
Radical Islamists, drug wars, and fighting against the system- these are some of the geopolitical risks of 2020.