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UN Reforms agenda – Global strategic implications and concerns for India
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UN Reforms agenda – Global strategic implications and concerns for India

The prime International institution of the world, The United Nations Organisation, which was established in 1945 post world war 2, to promote international peace and collective security, after seven decades is thinking seriously about a structural and comprehensive reform agenda. The “10 point declaration”, recently proposed by the UN has already received support from over […]

Crisis in Kazakhstan: How can it avoid an impending disaster?
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Crisis in Kazakhstan: How can it avoid an impending disaster?

Kazakhstan is a landlocked country in Central Asia. It borders Russia in the north and west, China in the east, and Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan in the south. It is the ninth-largest country in the world with a population of 18.8 million. Kazakhstan is the dominant nation of Central Asia economically and politically, generating 60% […]

The (new) World Order – Shifting Paradigms, Changing Narratives
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The (new) World Order – Shifting Paradigms, Changing Narratives

The world today needs reinterpretation of globalisation and requires insights about sustainable developmental models and social values for harmonious living. Media has a bigger role to play in deciphering, analysing and in portraying the same with an impassionate approach. The events of the past year made it amply clear that we live in a world […]

30 years of the end of Cold War – Analysing the Past and Present contours of Global Power
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30 years of the end of Cold War – Analysing the Past and Present contours of Global Power

On the 26th of December 1991, the Soviet Union was officially disintegrated by then President of USSR, Mr. Mikhail Gorbachev, marking an official end to the cold war and the mighty Soviet Union, which was perceived as a dreamland of communism.  From a hardcore Communist-Stalinist era to a disruptive era of the scrambling reformer Gorbachev, […]

China’s Threat in East Asia: South Korea the latest victim!
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China’s Threat in East Asia: South Korea the latest victim!

Prior to 1910, Korea was a unified country. From 1910-1945 it was colonised by Japan. During liberation in 1945 it got divided into Communist North Korea and Capitalist South Korea. For Military purposes what was a military demarcation land became a permanent border. In the present day, South Korea as a democratic country has seen […]

What is the “Pillar Of Shame” and Why did China force Hong Kong to remove it?
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What is the “Pillar Of Shame” and Why did China force Hong Kong to remove it?

The towering “Pillar of Shame” at the University of Hong Kong was dismantled and removed in the dead of night. The 26-foot sculpture remembered the victims of China’s 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protests at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Its removal is testament to the Communist Party’s efforts to erase the bloody events at Tiananmen from the […]

Is ASEAN becoming a lackey of China?
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Is ASEAN becoming a lackey of China?

In view of what’s happening in the South China Sea, Myanmar, Taiwan,  Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics over Human Rights abuses and ASEAN’s silence on China’s role in these Beijing Winter Olympics 2022 has turned into a political mess of global powers. The U.S. is leading an international diplomatic boycott as a sign of protest against […]

Syrian child-refugee crisis and its pitfalls
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Syrian child-refugee crisis and its pitfalls

An estimated 6 million children affected by the violent conflict zone of Syria are in dire need of humanitarian assistance. More than half of the externally displaced Syrians are children or child refugees, and more than 2 million are facing situations of critical vulnerabilities. The threat of endemic and contaminating diseases among children is on […]