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Category: Violence

Taking Another ‘Stand’

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi held a one-to-one meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Oleksandrovych Zelenskyy on May 20, 2023 in Japan, for the first time since the beginning of […]

‘Power’ful Political Moves

If one has weapons – like allegations of corruption – against her/his opponents, then the Politics of Revenge gets a big boost, especially in Developing Nations. It is not a […]

Sudan Situation: Saudi To The Rescue…

An armed conflict between two rival factions of the Military Government of Sudan has claimed at least 1,000 lives (as of May 16) since April 15, 2023, while more than […]

‘The CIA Killed JFK’

In the nearly 60 years since the assassination of 35th US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963), there have been many who pointed an accusing […]

The Destabilising Civil War In Sudan

The death toll is constantly rising in Sudan. Unlike Turkey or Syria, the northeast African nation has experienced no natural disasters in recent times. However, a civil war between the […]

Cloudburst In Asian Sky

Socotra (or Soqotra) is an archipelago, consisting of several small and large islands, of the Republic of Yemen in the Indian Ocean. This archipelago is famous for its natural diversity, […]

Order, Disorder & The Selfish World

As the globalised world has become more self-centred in recent times, it still backs war and bloodshed, especially when the anti-war stance becomes contrary to national interests. Western nations, which […]

In The Changing Geopolitical Landscape

Less than a month since China played an unfamiliar global role by helping broker a diplomatic deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi accepted an invitation from […]