Deconstructing the Recent Houthis Strikes on Saudi Oil Infrastructure Articles Defense & Security Middle East & North Africa

Deconstructing the Recent Houthis Strikes on Saudi Oil Infrastructure

Despite efforts at diplomacy, the war in Yemen continues as the parties to the conflict compete for influence across the war-torn country. Of particular importance to understanding the conflict, as…

Pakistan, India, Backdoor talk Articles Asia Politics & Governance

The Questions of Backdoor Talks Between Pakistan and India

India-Pakistan bilateral ties can be understood as the interplay of geopolitical imperatives and the socio-political constructs operating at domestic and regional levels. Over the past seventy years, the two countries…

Confidence Building Measures Between India-Pakistan: Hope for Bilateral Peace Articles Asia Defense & Security

Confidence Building Measures Between India-Pakistan: Hope for Bilateral Peace

Recent months have witnessed multiple headlines announcing ceasefire at the Line of Control (LoC), resumption of bilateral trade and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s de-escalation attempts by sending a good-will…

US Foreign Policy under Kamala Harris Americas Articles Politics & Governance

The Impact of Kamala Harris on US Foreign Policy

The day that Kamala Harris was sworn in as the Vice President of the United States (US), hashtags like “#MadamVicePresident” flooded Twitter feeds in celebration of the first time a…

Infrapolitics in Pakistan Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Infrapolitics in Pakistan

Peculiar is the nature of dissent in Pakistan where we witnessed, on the one hand, decades-long suppression of the popular dissent under “enlightened despots”, and on the other hand, a…

Imran Khan’s Visit to Sri Lanka – A Success? Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Imran Khan’s Visit to Sri Lanka – A Success?

On February 23, Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived on a two-day visit in Sri Lanka at the invitation of his counterpart, Mahinda Rajapaksa. Pakistan and Sri Lanka have shared a…

Making the Case for World Order 2.0 Americas Articles Politics & Governance

Making the Case for World Order 2.0

Richard Nathan Haass has wide-ranging experience in diplomacy, government, and academia. He has worked in the Defence and State Departments of the United States (US) and remained a Senior Director…

An Appraisal of Democratic Regression in India Articles Asia Politics & Governance

An Appraisal of Democratic Regression in India

Trends of democratic regression across various states worldwide, coupled with the rising right-wing forces of fascism and authoritarianism, can be considered as one of the characteristic features of 21st-century global…

Panda Diplomacy Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Panda Diplomacy

Although the official term “panda diplomacy” was first coined during the Cold War, it dates back to the Tang Dynasty when the first official “panda deal” was conducted. In modern…

Profile of CIA Director - Designate William Burns Americas Articles Politics & Governance

Profile of CIA Director – Designate William Burns

Shortly before assuming office, the United States (US) President Joseph Biden Jr. nominated William Burns as the new Director of the US’ leading spy agency, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)….

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