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A Creative Minilateral Approach

Minilateralism, a relatively recent concept in international relations, involves small groups of nations cooperating to address common issues and pursue shared objectives. A creative...

China – Russia and Israel’s plan to fragment and divide the Gaza Strip

It is clear that there is a declared conflict between the three countries (China, Russia, and the United States of America) regarding Gaza.  Both...

Israel And Hamas: A Legal Assessment of the Gaza War

“An intentional act of injustice is an injury. A Nation has therefore the right to punish it…. This right to resist injustice is derived...

Shadows of Doubt: Decoding Egypt’s Political Climate and Global Concerns Ahead of the 2024 Election

Reflecting on recent years, the constitutional amendments endorsed by the Egyptian Parliament in 2019 not only provided General El-Sisi with a golden opportunity for...

The role of Artificial Intelligence in Modern Warfare: Case of Southern Asia

With the advancement in land warfare and geopolitical complexities, a significant transformation in the form of Artificial Intelligence has changed realm of modern strategies...

How can Central Asian countries promote collective regional identity

Authors: Alouddin and Ozod Tanbev* In recent years, Central Asia has experienced a surge in regionalism, prompting discussions on the formation of a regional identity....

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Israel’s Economy Contracts Nearly 20% After Outbreak of War

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India And Russia Foster Enduring Partnerships -Interview

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Still Riding the Marrakesh Express: Agriculture in the WTO

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Legal Ramifications of the Gaza War for U.S. Citizens

If there is one thing that is consistently true...

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