Diplomacy

A Non-Alarmist Forecast for 2022

Recently, pre-New Year forecasts about international affairs and foreign policy have emerged as a popular trend not only across Western nations but also in...

The Neo-NAM: From Vision to Reality

The latest Putin-Modi Summit was a global geostrategic game-changer unlocking the potential for the two great powers to jointly assemble a new Non-Aligned Movement...

A Brief Classification of Ambassadors

The forthcoming decennary of the Russian International Affairs Council gives us good reason to once again reminisce about RIAC’s many friends, fellows, partners and...

Chinese Debt Trap Diplomacy: The Debate and the Gaps in the Literature

The rise of China created issues in the international area as well in the domestic arena of many countries. The Chinese ambition of becoming...

Fragmentary Expression

Annual meetings of G20 leaders are sometimes compared to UN Security Council meetings. In both cases, the world’s most powerful nations sit together at...

Formation of the Political West -from the 18th century till today

The 18th – a century of change In 1776 the American colonists threw off the British yoke and many people proclaimed with satisfaction, if somewhat...

Afghanistan: Centre stage of the UN General Assembly

As each September, except last year’s due to the COVID-19 pandemic, dozens of heads of government and state arrived in New York City to...

International Relations Amid the Pandemic

We could rest assured that COVID-19 will be defeated, sooner rather than later. The excessive angst and fear we currently feel will gradually subside,...

Relevance of the Soft Power in Modern World

In modern days, the relevance of Soft Power has increased manifolds. At times, the COIVD-19 has hooked the whole human race; this concept has...

Planetary Drought of Leadership

The Tokyo Olympic Games, just concluded, were a spectacular success and grateful thanks are owed to our Japanese hosts to make this event so,...

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