International Relations

The Rise of Populism in the World

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:46 am

The rise of populism is to be expected in recent times of disintegration and economic disparity. Populists sit behind a veil of democracy, running the state on anti-liberal values.
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Why the Chinese Model of Governance Is Succeeding?

Written by Aimen Babur 10:55 am

China’s global supremacy can be attributed to its model of governance. Chinese governance has been found to be sustainable in its management and administration.
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Iran’s Nuclear Prowess: A Resurgence

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:47 am

Iran continues to develop its nuclear program in the hopes of asserting influence to secure its power and influence. Israel, however, keeps a watchful eye on Iran’s development.
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Neutrality Day: Turkmenistan’s Pride

Written by Abubakar Shoaib 10:47 am

Neutrality day celebrates the neutral policy of Turkmenistan; it has become the state’s distinctive feature. The policy encompasses non-interference and neutrality with respect to other states.
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Russia’s Naval Base in Sudan: A Resurgence?

Written by Muhammad Bilal Farooq 10:48 am

Russia ventures into Africa again, this time to build a naval base in Sudan. This base will enable Russia to expand its trade, military powers, and influence.
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Thucydides Trap: China and the U.S. Destined for War?

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:46 am

To become a superpower, a state must have massive economic and military assets. The United States, however, is impervious to China’s supremacy and will continue to reject, by all means, the superpower status of China — the war between China and the U.S. is a testament to China’s growing powers.
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Ethiopian Civil War: A Rude Awakening

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:50 am

Prime Minister Abiy faces retaliation for disregarding Tigray’s leaders, causing a gaping chasm between the ethnic groups. This deliberate ignorance will lead to his undoing.
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Pakistan’s Search For its New Bloc: Shifting Ideological Imaginaries

Written by Faruzan Anwer Butt 1:13 pm

With astringent estrangement reigning over Pak-Saudi relations, Pakistan must now search for its own kindred bloc, and it is probable that it looks to China, Iran, Russia, and Turkey for the creation of such.
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The Nagorno-Karabakh Peace Deal: Investing in the South Caucasus

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:46 am

The peace deal has yielded up the control of Nagorno-Karabakh to Azerbaijan. This settlement could prove to be markedly advantageous to the South Caucasus; however, it could also intensify the deep-seated animosity between the two states.
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Post-2020 Elections: The Looming U.S. Civil War

Written by Sarmad Ishfaq 10:47 am

With the culmination of the U.S. elections, the ineluctable civil war seems like a reasonably credible follow-up to the grim developments of 2020. America might not even get to experience the calm that is before the storm.
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America amid the Tumultuous 2020 Presidential Election

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:47 am

The 2020 U.S. Presidential election is here, and the results are greatly anticipated, with Covid-19 becoming an influential consideration. The results of this election would most probably determine the fate of America’s democracy.
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Turkey’s Foreign Relations: A Game of Chess

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:47 am

Turkey is widely known for its distinctive foreign policy. Its active involvement in the affairs of several nation-states continues to strengthen and expand in almost every direction.
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#EndSARS in Nigeria: Speaking Against Systemic Oppression

Written by Sarosh Ibrahim 6:47 pm

A recent social media campaign demanding End Special Anti-Robbery Squad or #EndSARS has gained attention after years of systemic police brutality upon Nigerian citizens. Their calls have recently been met with repression and resistance from police officers carrying out physical and verbal offenses.
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Will Lukashenko’s Belarus Prevail or Fall?

Written by Muzamil Wasti 6:47 pm

President Lukashenko’s sustained grip on Belarus has forced the citizens to protest against the authoritarian regime of 26 years, which will probably last for another decade or so, if democracy continues to be stifled. Russian alliance has bolstered Lukashenko’s unyielding position of maintaining his regime, considering that both nations have put Tsikhanouskaya, the opposition leader, on their wanted lists.
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Growing Arab-Israel Relations: Who Will Fall Next?

Written by Muzamil Wasti 6:41 pm

The Arab-Israel relations have gathered considerable momentum in the past one month, ever since Israel’s peace deals with the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Bahrain. Similar developments will surely follow, and analysts are already speculating about the prospective Arab states.
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The Adversity Faced by the Rohingya People

Written by Sadia Atta 6:41 pm

Stateless refugees, the Rohingya Muslims find themselves in limbo — and in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. The international community’s lack of coordination will certainly plunge the Rohingya people into abject poverty, followed by oblivion.
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Pakistan-Azerbaijan Relations: A Strategic Alliance

Written by Sumaira Waseem 6:47 pm

An alliance that is secured by mutual support and burgeoning trade relations, Azerbaijan and Pakistan relations have amplified remarkably since the past two decades. With a possibility of a full-scale war between Azerbaijan and Armenia, support from its allies, especially Turkey and Pakistan, just might embolden Azerbaijan to conclude the Nagorno-Karabakh dispute.
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