The geopolitical dynamics surrounding the Nile River centred on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), represent a crucial and highly volatile issue. The humanitarian repercussions of water scarcity, combined with unresolved disputes, political tensions, and historical rivalries, create a precarious situation.
The civil war in Sudan will impact the global economy and the flow of trade between the nations as it is in the Horn of Africa which is an important trade centre and adjacent to the Suez Canal. Sudan is the top exporter of gold and groundnut to the UAE, China, Saudi Arabia, India, and Italy and the civil war may disrupt the export of these commodities.
India’s active role in securing the African Union’s rightful place in the G20 serves as a poignant reminder that, with vision and unwavering commitment, nations can indeed reshape the global order and carve a brighter, more inclusive future. In the intricate and complex arena of global diplomacy, India’s monumental feat transcends mere geopolitics as it […]
The unfolding situation in Niger is a multifaceted crisis, caused by intertwining political turmoil, public sentiment, international players and control of strategic resources. As the nation grapples with internal conflict, the international community’s response will play a crucial role in shaping the path towards potential resolution. Understanding the realities on the ground and engaging with […]
During his 4-day visit to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania India’s External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar addressed the Indian Community in Tanzania and had a lively interaction with the members of the Indian Community during his official visit. While Addressing the Indian Community, Dr S Jaishankar stressed the importance of Mission IT (India and Tanzania) […]
The key reason now is the conflict over dominance between the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), a paramilitary organisation, and the Sudanese military. What worries us about the protracted dynamics in Sudan is that violence is now part of a narrative that fits the image of a failed African country. With both factions (RSF and the […]
Nigeria’s Presidential election concluded on 25 February 2023 when Bola Tinubu was elected as the president of Nigeria, drawing criticism from opponents like Peter Obi who said the election was not transparent. Despite this Nigerian election stands as a bright hope for Africa where coups and the absence of election have caused huge distress among Africans […]
Startling revelations after Dr Mohan Bhagwat cited East Timor, South Sudan and Kosovo as case studies for Demographic Imbalance in his Vijayadashami 2022 speech. In his annual Vijayadashami speech at RSS Headquarters (Nagpur), Dr Mohan Bhagawat said that there should be a comprehensive population control policy, which should apply to all equally. Once it is […]
Uganda is facing the biggest national crisis as it has been forced to surrender its only international airport to China for failing to pay back the loan it had taken in 2015. It had borrowed USD 207 million from the Export-Import Bank of China in 2015 when many in Uganda raised doubts over the provisions […]
Last week, Nicaragua decided to sever diplomatic links with Taiwan and recognize the People’s Republic of China leaving the self-governing island with fewer diplomatic allies. Nicaragua’s authoritarian President Daniel Ortega has increasingly found himself an international pariah due to the oppressive regime he heads. The United States, Canada, UK and many other countries denounced last […]