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or the given of many foreign invasions throughout the recorded history, Afghanistan has been known as the ‘Graveyards of the Empires. The external attacks started from the Alexander the Great (336–323 BC) to NATO under the US/UN stewardship (2001-14). However, indomitable Afghanistan had been able to maintain its independent identity despite these horrendous invasions.

Published in South Asia

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onflicts in Middle East resembling a new World War launched by Bush administration to ensure energy security, are now focused on Syria where many foreign powers, led by USA one the one hand and Russia on the other, are targeting Muslims in Sunni nation ruled by a Shiite Assad who apparently wants to rule the nation of Syrians forever.

Published in Middle East

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he stage is set. The world waits. There are murmurs and whispers. There are speculations and surmises. On 30th November OPEC and Non OPEC countries engage in a rendezvous in an effort to secure a deal. The whole world looks up to it. But a thwart seems to hang over.

Published in Energy

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owadays, the crucial question is based on what we expect from the EaP program in terms of implementation of its possible action framework in conjunction with partner countries. Does it fail or thrive in future expectancy?!

Published in Eastern Europe

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s it happened, the unimaginable, the least possible, a threat to some, and a concern for others. Aye, I talk about the rhetoric spewing, rabble-rousing and populist Mr. Trump. His triumph on November 8th, 2016 sent shock-waves and the whole world was put in a state of quiver.

Published in Economy

Safety and certainty in oil lie in variety and variety alone” -Winston Churchill

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here is a doctrine in classical geopolitics: “Who controls Eurasia, (Heartland) eventually, he will be able to run the world. In subsequent times, historical development resulted in the pivotal changes in the foreign policies, in particular, political interests of states. Hence, the doctrine was changed into a new dogma in terms of the historical and geopolitical changes in the contemporary world order. “Who possesses energy resources sooner or later he can put the world under his control.

Published in Intelligence

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or emerging technologies to achieve their full potential to improve human life and address global challenges, action is needed to make sure their use is governed properly. This is the finding of research published today by the World Economic Forum.

Published in Tech

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n the early 70’s Indian tests created an unrest in the Asian region. These experiments by Indians forced international community to make a regulatory body in order to keep a check over nuclear business in the name of Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG).

Published in South Asia
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