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Allied Problems?

As the conflict between the US and China has intensified in recent times, Washington DC has strengthened ties with Australia to corner the Asian Giant. The US recently provided Australia […]

Operation London Bridge

Each and every government prepares a plan in advance to tackle any emergency or untoward situation. However, disclosure of such a plan creates troubles for the government. Currently, the Boris […]

Decolonisation & The International Order

India had become an Independent Nation on August 15, 1947, only after the Partition of the Indian Subcontinent, and the birth of Pakistan. In other words, the way the Indian […]

With An Overflowing Foreign Policy Inbox

It is being seen that now, the Taliban are armed with modern American weapons, which have been left behind by the US Forces in Afghanistan. Naturally, those weapons have increased […]

On Hegemonic Stability Theory…

Charles Poor ‘Charlie’ Kindleberger (October 12, 1910 – July 7, 2003), an American Economic Historian, once said that it was necessary to establish a Hegemonic Regime in order to maintain […]

Partition Horrors Remembrance Day…

Pakistan and India marked their 75th Independence Day on August 14 and August 15 (2021), respectively. Seventy-four years have passed since the tragic event of Partition of the Indian Sub-continent. […]

Etymology

The Colonial Origins Of Sexuality In Sanskrit, the word ‘Rand’ means a person incapable of producing children. The feminine gender of the word is ‘Randa‘, which means Infertile. Over time, […]

Around The Durand Line…

The writing on the 800km-long Hindu Kush mountain range is quite clear. The Taliban has returned to power in Afghanistan, as the Deobandi Islamist Movement and military organisation has taken […]

On The Front Line!

Dedicated to my colleagues… Thomas William Bowlby (January 7, 1818 – September 22, 1860), a British correspondent for The Times in Germany and China in the 19th Century, had arrived […]