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Month: February 2023

Discovery Of Treasure Trove

Quite a large reserve of Lithium, a rare element crucial for manufacturing Electric Vehicles (EVs) that is often referred to as white gold, has recently been discovered in India. So […]

Stopping The START

It is seemingly difficult to win a diplomatic battle against Russian President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. Immediately after US President Joseph Robinette Biden Jr‘s surprise visit to Ukraine on February 20, […]

A Rare Cosmic Event

In the first week of February 2023, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) captured the very moment when a piece of the Sun’s northern pole broke off, or a […]

Another Form Of Belligerence

In the first week of February 2023, the Pentagon claimed that China was using a balloon to monitor sensitive military bases of the US. Although Beijing rejected the claim, the […]

Stressing Upon A Reshuffle

Csaba Kőrösi, the President of UN General Assembly (UNGA), believes that the UN Security Council (UNSC) needs to be reshuffled, as the present Council has become completely useless. During his […]

On Constructing History

William Dalrymple (born William Hamilton-Dalrymple on March 20, 1965), the New Delhi-based Scottish historian, curator, photographer, broadcaster and critic, believes that it is sometimes important to re-examine history, but with […]

Fossil Fuels: Argentina’s Breezy Solution

In the coastal city of Rio Gallegos, Argentina, people notoriously tie ropes to buildings in order to prevent them from blowing over. The Westerlies, known as the Roaring 40s, (which […]

On Deglobalisation

It is being seen that after the COVID-19 Pandemic, various countries have started aligning themselves into different trade blocs, especially to reduce their supply-chain dependency on hostile States. It has […]

Awaiting Right Maneuvers…

At a time when a war is raging between Russia and Ukraine, the US is making preparations for waging a war against China. A high ranking official in the US […]