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The latest edition of The World This Week covers: The new Brexit crisis, India, China and the SCO meeting in Moscow, and the Wildfires in the US| Contributors to this edition are: Sourina Bej, Samreen Wani, Rashmi Ramesh BREXIT: UK's new bill renews the tensions with...
The latest edition of Conflict Weekly covers: Targeted Violence in Pakistan, Protests in Hong Kong and the Charlie Hebdo Trial in France | Contributors to this edition are: Abigail Miriam Fernandez, Harini Madhusudan and Sourina Bej Pakistan: Targeted Violence continues in Waziristan In the...
The latest edition of Conflict Weekly covers: Anti Racist Protests in the US and the Floods in Pakistan | Contributors to this edition are: Rahul Arockiaraj and Abigail Miriam Fernandez The anti-Racist Protests in the US: Between "I Have a Dream" and "I Can't Breathe"
The latest edition of The World This Week covers: India-China Border Standoff, Second Wave in South Korea, and Russia-Europe tensions over Navalny poisoning| Contributors to this edition are: Rashmi Ramesh, Harini Madhusudan and Sourina Bej India- China border standoff at LAC: No consensus at sight
By Muneer Ahmed On 13 August 2020, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Israel signed the watershed Abraham Accord—the peace agreement to formalise bilateral diplomatic relations. It marks a major turn of events in West Asia. Washington announced the deal with optimism, and it...
By Ashutosh Nagda With 487 confirmed cases and seven deaths as of 24 August, Taiwan has been a global success in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic. This success has invited praise and attention to the country’s robust healthcare system, and foregrounded health as a potential...
By Titli Basu Abe Shinzo, one of post-war Japan’s most consequential prime ministers, departs from office almost a year ahead of his scheduled term, till September 2021. The Abe era will be defined by decisive, resolute and bold leadership that successfully repositioned Japan to...
By A. Vinod Kumar Beyond principles like neutrality and equidistance, India’s non-alignment policy was about the autonomy of decision-making and flexibility of choices in pursuit of national interest. It also demonstrates how visionary leadership seeking to influence international politics could develop ideational frameworks to...
By Dr. Adil Rasheed Indian security experts often struggle to explain the causes for the very low number of Indian Muslims on the rolls of global jihadist groups like ISIS and al Qaeda, in spite of the country being home to the third-largest...
The latest edition of The World This Week covers: Greece-Turkey Tensions, Iran and the UNSC, China and the South China Sea and Shinzo Abe's resignation in Japan | Contributors to this edition are: Harini Madhusudan, Vivek Mishra, Sourina Bej, Abigail Fernandez & Rashmi Ramesh