Today, China is the dominant global supplier of rare earths and has a significant footprint in Africa. However, its position is now being challenged.
A crackdown on narcotrafficking in Central Asia seems imperative as the recent Taliban takeover of Afghanistan and the Ukraine crisis has worsened the situation.
In its quest to achieve net zero, China has introduced new plans to promote green transition and has made significant progress in low-carbon development.
Addressing rather than neglecting the crises in Africa is the only viable option which can help us avoid another epidemic and tackle the ongoing ones.
The budgetary restrictions on the Indian Navy stifle the indigenisation and innovation process.
Country-wide protests over fuel and food prices have broken out in Ecuador as it descends into an economic crisis.
In light of World Population Day’s focus on individuals’ choices and rights, adequate policies should be adopted to create awareness amongst women about unwarranted hysterectomies.
Political polarisation gnaws at American democracy from within as mutual intolerance has drastically increased in the United States.
Is India missing out on the opportunity to expand its export-led growth by not focusing on low-skill manufacturing?
Would the establishment of the Uniform Civil Code under the current regime lead to cracks in secular India?
Is the United States using FONOPs to undermine the International Law of the Sea and are other powers such as China following suit?
In China’s attempt to project its soft power, it engaged in vaccine diplomacy in Southeast Asia to counter the narrative of the virus’ origins and to build a reliable image.
The government needs to adopt a more nuanced gender-responsive budgeting to deal with gender inequality in India.
This second part assesses the challenges of insurgency in the Northeast and the Left-Wing Extremism.
This two-part series examines the importance of community policing and how it can be useful in dealing with India’s internal security challenges.
It would be strategically and geopolitically prudent for India to extend assistance to Sri Lanka during such trying times.
Constructing structural interventions without undertaking proper evaluations has led to man-made disasters.
The growing presence of US-led multilateral groupings in the Indo-Pacific is challenging ASEAN’s centrality
Would yet another IMF loan help Pakistan with its financial woes?
Does multipolarity create more scope for conflicts and act as an impediment to global action or does it aid in conflict resolution and act as a harbinger of concerted action?
Whilst Canada has adopted a similar stance to that of the US on Russia's aggression against Ukraine, Mexico's neutral stance on it points to the country’s changing foreign policy
Is Imran Khan using the OIC platform as a last resort to change the unfavourable domestic political situation in Pakistan and to regain his popularity amongst his citizens?
With the upcoming No-Confidence vote, Pakistan finds itself further embroiled in political and economic uncertainties.
Latin American countries remain divided over their stance on Russia's invasion of Ukraine as Russia finds consonance with leaders of Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Brazil on its "anti-West" agenda
Pakistan’s economic instability accompanied by the growing crisis in Afghanistan has pushed it in a tight corner
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