Politics & Governance

The Ideology of a Total State in Early China Articles Asia Politics & Governance

The Ideology of a Total State in Early China

The age of the Warring States (453-221 BCE) that preceded the establishment of the Chinese empire is often associated with woeful political turmoil, extreme levels of violence, and political depravity….

US-China Tussle amid COVID-19: Future of US Hegemony Americas Articles Asia Politics & Governance

US-China Tussle amid COVID-19: Future of US Hegemony

Global dynamics appear to be changing amid the Covid-19 pandemic. China is trying to emerge as the “global saviour”. The world’s most populous country has swiftly responded and contained the…

Mythical Nationalism – US and Chinese Aspirations to Hegemony Americas Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Mythical Nationalism – US and Chinese Aspirations to Hegemony

After decades of rising tension between the United States (US) and China, it is difficult to escape the popular narrative that the “American era” is drawing to a close. Global…

CPEC: A Promise in the Dark? Articles Asia Politics & Governance Trade & Economics

CPEC: A Promise in the Dark?

The fate of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has been a question of great intrigue lately. Before and during the pandemic, the mega project has experienced some slow-downs and renegotiations,…

Global Health Governance: COVID-19 and WHO Americas Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Global Health Governance: COVID-19 and WHO

During the 19th and 20th centuries, states increasingly realized that they faced a variety of transnational issues which they could not tackle on their own. Hence, for catering such concerns…

Yoshihide Suga, Japan’s New Prime Minister Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Yoshihide Suga, Japan’s New Prime Minister

Referred to as the man who “rarely smiles” and someone with “little to no charisma”, Yoshihide Suga has nevertheless established himself as an influential administrator. Suga has been capable of…

Carpe Diem: How Should Pakistan Proceed Post US Elections Americas Articles Politics & Governance

Carpe Diem: How Should Pakistan Proceed Post US Elections

November 2020 will decide the course of action for the United States – and the world to some extent – for the next four years. The US election will pit…

Whither Multilateralism? India's Shadowboxing in the SCO Regional Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Whither Multilateralism? India’s Shadowboxing in the SCO

In a recent spat, Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval walked out in protest during an online meeting comprising of national security advisors, hosted by the Chair of the Shanghai…

Kashmir in the Time of COVID-19 Pandemic Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Kashmir in the Time of COVID-19

Ever since the emergence of COVID-19, countries are taking various initiatives to tackle the political, economic and social implications of the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns. However, in the Indian-occupied Kashmir…

Perspectives Politics & Governance

One Year Post Illegal Annexation of IOJ&K – Analysing Pakistani and Indian State Responses

Key Points: The reasons for inability to adequately highlight the illegal nature of India’s aggression are many, including visible policy disorientation toward the complexities at hand and lack of strategic…

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