Pushing Forth Proxy Wars

India sent all sorts of humanitarian aid to Turkey and Syria after a 6.4 magnitude tremor struck the two neighbouring countries on February 6, 2023, killing more than 50,000 people. […]

Blame That Is Unnecessary

The US has seemingly realised that it left Afghanistan in tatters by withdrawing its troops from the war-ravaged South Asian nation in 2021. Nearly two years after the withdrawal of […]

An Opportunistic Alliance

The US described the alliance between Russia and China as an opportunistic one soon after Chinese President Xi Jinping concluded his two-day visit to Moscow on March 22, 2023. As […]

Spain & The ‘Special’ Law

Spain became the first country in Europe to pass a Law related to Paid Menstrual Leave for women on February 16, 2023. In a rare first, such a law has […]

On Crossing The Scary Threshold

Antarctic sea ice is gradually melting, hitting its lowest levels ever recorded in February 2023. Never before has there been so little ice in the Antarctic sea. Scientists have expressed […]

On The Verge Of Disappearing

Masako Mori, a senior adviser to Fumio Kishida, the Prime Minister of Japan, recently expressed serious concern over the rapidly declining population of his country, saying that the Asian nation […]

Navigating The Complexities

Navigating the complexities of relations between media houses and internet giants is a difficult task. At the very core of that complexity is the distribution of revenues from media businesses. […]

Broken Promises & Moral Responsibilities

António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres, the Secretary-General of the UN, participated in the Summit of Least Developed Countries (LDC) at Doha in the first week of March 2023. He used […]

The Game Plan

China has played an unfamiliar global role, as it has helped broker a diplomatic deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia, the two belligerent neighbours in West Asia. Usually, the Asian […]

Inspired By History

Tanvir Mokammel, the renowned Bangladeshi film-maker, discovered a book, titled ‘Major Genocides of the 20th Century‘, at a London bookstore. While turning the pages, he noticed that the author discussed […]