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The Logic of China’s global security initiative – seeking for common security

Over the past years, China has reiterated the concept of “common security” as a core principle applied to international relations. Since sovereign states act...

The rationale behind China’s alignment with the Global South

Over the past decade, the rise of China has not only been seen as a comprehensive challenge to the U.S. hegemony, but also Beijing’s...

Unveiling the Ladakh Conundrum: Demands for 6th Schedule Autonomy

Ladakhi residents are actively protesting and advocating for political representation from the government. The abrogation of Article 370 resulted in Ladakh being bifurcated into...

What “Two Sessions” Mean for China’s Private Sector

The recent conclusion of China's "Two Sessions," the annual meeting of the National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in Beijing,...

A Game of Leverage: De-constructing Chinese & Indian Soft Power in the Gulf

Authors: Anmol Rattan Singh & Tejvir Bawa* The art of creating leverage, seemingly a structural apparatus, lies in the discrete unobtrusiveness of intent. While much...

What Should We Expect from BRICS and What Should We Not?

Discrepancies between expectations and practice are one of the most noticeable characteristics of modern world politics, both in the performance of leading powers and...

Nigeria Contemplates BRICS Membership

Nigeria is considered an economic power in West Africa, and it runs in the third position behind Egypt and South Africa. While expert opinions suggested...

Navigating India-China Economic Relations: Scrutiny, Investment, and Policy Outlook

India's economic relationship with China has undergone rapid transformation in recent decades,  reflecting broader shifts in global geopolitics and economic strategies. Bilateral trade grew...

Two Sessions in China having deep impact on China as well as globally

China's annual "two sessions," a highly anticipated event on the country's political calendar, began on Monday with the opening of the second session of...

China and the role of technological innovation and new productivity forces

China has set its 2024 economic growth target at around 5%, if we tried to evaluate the role of this target in the global...

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Trilateral Militarization: From Missiles to Nukes (Part II)

In the Philippines, the proponents of the trilateral alliance...

Iran’s retaliatory attack on Israel -what you need to know so far

Iran retaliated against Israel on Saturday by launching a...

Strategic Role of Business Incubators in Driving Indonesia’s Economic Transformation

Authors: Tuhu Nugraha and Temmy Debora* Indonesia is currently at...

Rethinking Public Sentiments in the SPS Agreement of the WTO: A Critical Analysis of Ardan’s View

Authors: Ryota Noguchi and Milly Ishihara* The essay entitled “The...

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