Rahmatullah Nabil, an Afghan politician, recently penned a politically motivated article “The world must secure Pakistan’s nuclear weapons” and exposed the biased journalistic platform, “New York Times.” Nabil’s opinion has transmitted negative narrative about Pakistani nuclear weapon and pleaded international community to get control over them. He used substandard arguments to strengthen inference of nuclear weapons’ insecurity in Pakistan.
AUniversal basic income (also referred to as basic income guarantee, Citizen's Income, unconditional basic income, UBI, basic Income or universal demogrant) is a form of social security in which all citizens or residents of a country receive a regular, unconditional sum of money, either from a government or some other public institution, independent of any other income, social constraint or bias.
Published in Economy
Since the Indian Prime Minister came to power in 2014, the Hindu nationalists are lynchings Muslims in the name of protecting "holy cows". The last two victims of militia "gau rakshak" (protectors of the cow) were killed in Nagaon in Assam on 30 April.
Authors: Niroshika Sajeevani and Mohit Gupta
Fisherman issue between India and Sri Lanka has been cause of worry for both the countries, it has not only severely impacted bilateral relationship between two close neighbor but also has adversely affected 500000 fisherman community living on both sides of borders.
Authors: Wang Li & Palamdorj Bayartsetseg
With the inclusion of India and Pakistan into the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) at the summit meeting on 9 June 2017, there is much uncertainty surrounding the future of the organization’s ability to maintain stability and cohesiveness.
Published in Defense
They were yesterday's worst enemies of the world. They now collaborate closely to form a new alliance along with China. They embarked their first ever historical joint military maneuvers: a series of tactical drills called "Friendship-2016" – a symbolic reference to end the decades old cold-war rivalry.
Over the past decade, strategic and economic interests of the U.S. and India have dramatically changed. Several analysts were of the view that India has changed sides and now it is time for Russia to rethink its policy. Since then India has given first threat to Russia, the Times of India reported that Indian government plans to stall nuclear projects invested by Russia.
Authors: Himal Neupane & Wang Li
International relations seldom affords small states a worthy mention, as these entities predominantly lack the capabilities to pursue their interests and preoccupied with their survival than are the great powers. However, history also tells that there have been a number of small states which have taken advantage of their milieu to garner security and interests previously considered unattainable given their size or means.
Published in East Asia