In this article, the author intends to highlight the economic benefits of India-Taiwan FTA while taking into consideration the “One China Policy”.
This article offers an analysis of the first US presidential debate of 2020. It provides an insight into the international impact of key Trump versus Biden policies that were hushed amidst the insults that were hurled during the debate. The increased importance of the US in global politics warrants a robust policy analysis as in this article.
Over six thousand rivers and rivulets pass through the land-locked country Nepal, making it the third richest country in water resources. This article will demonstrate that if the development of a natural resource is strategically conducted, it proves to be a boon for economic growth.
The EU – Turkey deal reduces the identity of the refugees to a commodity which can be outsourced. Through this article, Vedaansh Kaushik delves into this peculiar agreement.
Quite a few factors can bring instability in a country and make a country tough to manage — one of them being variable geography as Yemen is a land that has mountains, deserts and canyons.
Deepanshu Singal explores the developing border tensions in the Arctic. It analyses the power dynamics and certain treaties that govern these not-so-well-defined borders. The discourse around the Arctic is becoming increasingly relevant due to climate change thawing sea-ice and opening up new opportunities in the regions and simultaneously states’ increasing thirst for monopolising over them.
The two fastest-growing economies in Asia have had much in common.Fast-forwarding to 2020, the recent skirmish left at least 20 casualties. Karishini Puri delves into the history of Indo-China relations since the independence of both countries.
In this article, Amisha Singh talks about the genesis of the current standoff with China in Ladakh.
On February 29, the United States signed a peace deal with Taliban which aims at pulling out US troops from Afghanistan and America’s longest war. Afghanistan’s constitutional
The recently concluded trip of US President Donald Trump to India was demonstrative of the nature of politics that is prevailing in both India and
Kashmir and Palestine are often cited as two strugglers for the right to self-determination and resistance against state oppression. In order to make sense of
The three pillars namely, Peace and Security, Development and Human Rights guide the United Nation’s role in preventive diplomacy. They work in conjunction with each