Multiple social issues, such as rising crimes, poverty and lack of education have made it difficult to contain the spread of the pandemic and spread awareness about the same.
India has hardly ever seen a purely women-driven movement where women have been the pioneers of a development and have stood up for a cause all by themselves.
As India finds itself in the middle of a new cold war between the United States and China, protecting its esteemed democratic values should be at the forefront amidst this rapidly evolving geopolitical dynamic.
Lukashenko’s social contract with the people — offering loyalty in exchange for economic prosperity, is in tatters.
Poverty is the root cause of child labour, which, despite being a priority for a succession of Indian governments, is yet to be eradicated.
Soft power in South Asia has ushered a fear of retaliation; negative impacts such as debt traps appear less threatening to these countries than turning into China’s enemy.
A new specter is haunting the world – the specter of unemployment.
Franco-German cooperation can mitigate the rise of the European Right, lead the EU’s post-COVID19 economic recovery, and strengthen the EU’s defensive and strategic infrastructure.
India can further consolidate its stature as the “pharmacy of the world,” despite the jury still being out on HCQ’s effectiveness.
The EU’s push for multilateralism on developing a vaccine against COVID-19 comes amidst fraying international relations
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