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What India can take away from Mexico’s Feminist Foreign Policy

A foreign policy with a political framework focused on the security and safety of the marginalised community can be defined as a Feminist Foreign...

Feminism: A Critique of Realism and The Way Forward

In around eighteen countries of the world, for e.g. Bolivia, Iran, Qatar, Sudan and Syria, men can legally stop women from working. Women still...

Covid-19 has made Feminist Foreign Policy all the more Relevant to India

As the impact of the year long COVID19 pandemic continues to be felt across different parts of India—where patriarchy is entrenched in the social...

Feminist perspective of the War,Peace and Politics in International Relations

India is a land where Mahatma Gandhi and his ideas of non-violence were born, but it is also the land where Mahatma Gandhi was...

Feminism: A Struggle between Conservatism and Modernism

Women constitute an estimated 50% of human herd across the globe; that has so far failed to translate into equity in democratic representations in...

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