The deadly Coronavirus is disrupting global supply chains. How will countries cope with this unexpected “decoupling” from China?
The Chinese economy, afflicted by the consequences of the US tariffs is only facing a greater setback due to COVID-19 outbreak. How will it respond to this double whammy?
After decades of authoritarian rule, Omar al-Bashir is likely to stand the ICC trial. Is this the dawn of a new rule-based democratic Sudan?
Turkey and Syria are on the verge of open conflict over the control of the strategic Idlib province. Can the world avert an all-out war?
Africa will be deeply impacted by climate change, despite contributing less than 3% to global greenhouse emissions. Can Africa balance these effects with its Growing Energy Deficit?
The shipping and oil industry worldwide is stirred up by the IMO 2020. What are the viable alternatives available for stakeholders?
Iraq, a fulcrum of Middle East geopolitics, is trapped inexorably in the Iran- U.S. faceoff. Will it turn into a battlefield for a wider 21st Century war?
State institutions of policing and prosecution are turning to AI for decision making. Will this deliver equitable justice?
President Trump’s visit demonstrated the strong chemistry shared by the leaders of the world's two biggest democracies. Optics and cringe apart, were there significant gains from the visit?
With soaring demand and indispensability of gold to industry, Peru, the sixth-largest producer in the world, struggles to keep the supply legitimate.
Compelled to take a side in the US-China faceoff, its own unity in disarray, Europe is at a crossroad. Can it chart a safe route out of the gathering storm?
Exploiting the weakened security environment in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has begun to reassert. Can the genie be put back?
Right-wing political parties are now dominating the political space across the globe. Is this the new normal signalling the demise of liberal politics?
The so-called Chinese cables are said to give a key-hole view of the 're-education camps' in Xinjiang. Is this the panacea for radicalisation?
Public sector undertakings (PSUs), including profitable ones, are up for sale to generate revenue. Is this visionary prudence or short-term juggling?
Europe is steadily losing relevance in the dynamic political landscape of the Middle East. Can it arrest this trend?
Conviction of Hafiz Saeed just before FATF review has raised eyebrows. Is the terror infrastructure under dismantlement, or is it a tactical ploy?
Despite two general elections, the future of the UK remains a quagmire. What has been achieved, and what does the future hold for the former empire?
With the US President’s visit, will India and US conclude the long-overdue deals?
Despite plaguing mankind since time immemorial, human ingenuity has failed to create a defining solution. Do we need to relook at our counter-strategy?