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Libya, US, EU, Qatar Articles Middle East & North Africa Politics & Governance

Globalizing Libya

When Doha hosted the first meeting of the Libya Contact Group (LCG) in April 2011, the then British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs William Hague, co-chairing the…

Maritime Security, EU, Africa, Americas Articles Defense & Security Sub Saharan Africa

The Growing Need For African Maritime Security

As ambiguous the notion of ‘good order at sea’ is, it is even less universally applicable as has been envisioned by global governance regimes. Inconsistencies in conflict resolution narratives across…

Internet, UK, China, EU Articles Europe Politics & Governance

Regulating the Internet: Deconstructing the British Approach

The internet is often described as one of the greatest inventions of mankind. It has transformed everyday lives of about 4.4 billion people across the globe. However, in recent years…

Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Kulbhushan Jadhav in the ICJ: Setting a Precedence

After two years into India’s case against Pakistan concerning Kulbhushan Jadhav’s sentencing by the Field General Court Martial (FGMC), was presented to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the case…

DPRK, US, Russia Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Normalisation of US-DPRK Relations and the Role of Russia

Following decades of confrontation between Washington and Pyongyang, it appeared last year that there was a real chance of moving forward. However, two summits between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump…

Afghan peace process, Taliban, Afghanistan, US, Arabs Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Arabs, Taliban and America in Afghan Peace Process

Groucho Marx once said, ‘Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.’ Perhaps American policy makers took this seriously…

Spanish, Spain, Election, US, EU Articles Europe Politics & Governance

Spanish Elections: Coming Full Circle

If anything, the Spanish elections held on the 28th of April were an arraignment of the Christian right; notably the Partido Popular (PP) in Spain and the Centre Right across…

Venezuela, US, UN Americas Articles Politics & Governance

Gauging the Political Cost: History of American Interventions and the Crisis in Venezuela

In an early February issue, the Economist posited a tempting observation. A colossal portrait of Juan Guaido, partially recognized as the interim President of Venezuela, was titled ‘The battle for…

CPEC, Energy, Pakistan Articles Asia Energy & Environment

Dirty Energy in ‘New’ Pakistan?

There is a pattern that is encapsulating almost all of the major countries in the world; that they are looking to withdraw from dirty sources of energy, especially coal which…

Military, Pakistan, US, India Articles Asia

War of Roars and Rhetorics: Military Industrial Media Complex

On Sunday, 7th of April the Pakistani Foreign Minister expressed concerns over intelligence reports about an expected offensive from India. Relations between the two countries have soared post a suicide…

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