There is a need to put in greater thought into the design and implementation of sanctions regimes, preferably through multilateral institutions that command the legitimacy of the international comity of nations.
Clashes between Russia and Ukraine have been a mainstay for the last few years. Russia invaded and captured Crimea in 2014 and has unleashed a full blown war on Ukraine in 2022. This war is illegal and has broken multiple international criminal, humanitarian and human rights laws. This article focuses on the international criminal aspects that have been breached by Russia by initiating the conflict.
This article takes a historical view of the Russian-Ukraine conflict to understand the idea of nationality, sovereignty, shared geographies. In doing so, it tries to make sense of the ongoing conflict to argue how history plays a dominant role in this conflict.
This article examines how India’s stance vis-à-vis Russia, on the Ukraine crisis has been different from other Quad members. While the US has not publicly criticised India it remains to be seen as to how New Delhi’s decision to not criticize Russia and purchase oil will impact the New Delhi-Washington relationship.
An unhyphenated account of how US sanctions came to dominate the international financial order. It touches upon the contingencies that culminated in the concentration of the international political economy around the US and its allies: a major pain point for those lying outside the West’s grace.
In The Taliban Shuffle, Kim Barker chronicles her five years as a fill-in correspondent reporting from Afghanistan and Pakistan.