Business as Usual? Chancellor Scholz’s visit to China
The visit marks a point of tension in Germany’s stance of seeing China as “a partner, a competitor, and a systemic rival”.
Understanding India’s expanding international counterterrorism engagements
India has broadened its counterterrorism engagements in the face of the evolving threat of terrorism.
Europe distances itself from China
The CPC's recent policies in China have made the country less attractive to European investors and it has no intention of changing its course.
At IAEA, India Supports AUKUS
At the International Atomic Energy Agency’s general conference last week, India backed AUKUS in the face of Russian and Chinese opposition.
Will the PFI ban curb the growing radicalisation in India?
An all-India crackdown on the PFI raises the question of whether merely banning radical organisations can halt the rise of radicalisation.
China’s emergent footprints in West Asia
As China continues to exert its influence in West Asia, the US must manoeuvre itself to make sure it does not play second-fiddle to either Moscow or Beijing.
Under the Taliban regime: The fate of Afghan women and girls
One year into Taliban rule, Afghan women and girls struggle for basic human rights.
Russia questions Switzerland’s Policy of Neutrality
The Ukraine crisis has dramatically altered how nation states view their foreign policies and conduct relations with other nations. For most part of the post-War years when the world was divided into two camps on ideological grounds each lead by the US and the then USSR, there was relative equilibrium with no major threat to the world system and the balance of power in the international system was maintained.
Global Food Crisis: A looming catastrophe
Global challenges such as the pandemic and the Ukraine crisis have worsened the food crisis in recent years.
The Ukraine war: A longer dystopian future looms large
The world is in dire straits as it is not equipped to handle the mounting global challenges one after the other.