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Of influence and ulterior motives—the Iran-Saudi proxy conflict and what its escalation means

Simmering geopolitical tensions have unraveled into proxy wars, with both parties backing militant groups in geopolitically weaker nations throughout the MENA region.

Genesis of hardening the soft power

The terms "hard power" and "soft power" refer to a continuum with a variety of tools that have varying degrees of coercion or persuasion. These tools include retribution, coercion, incentive, goal-setting, persuasion, and attractiveness.

How did US & NATO force Russia to war with Ukraine? Here are a few reasons

The United States has been using its global superpower status to sanction various countries as per its own volition in order to maintain its status quo in world politics.

Is Imran Khan Prime Minister of thieves?

Tablighi Jamaat attendees infected people of India in many states. Time can only tell how much the damage is, quantifiably.

Why a Trump visit sans the trade deal is still a positive for India

It hasn’t taken long for the usual suspects to portray the Indo-US trade deal deferment as a setback for India and a defeat of PM Modi’s foreign policy.

Modified Trump

It will not be surprising if Trump romps home with an increased victory margin, decimating the Democrats on the way to the White House for the second term.

The sparks stand neglected

The issues of communalism, criminalization of politics and other spheres of life, regionalism, poverty, hunger, homelessness and all the others need to be taken up for their solutions and resolutions.

China is expanding its way in South Asia

Chinese presence in Sri Lanka is no hidden thing. Between 2005-17, Beijing has invested $ 15 billion in projects in Sri Lanka over a period of 12 years.

Europe and the United States relationship in the critical mode

If Europe Union member countries and Norway consider NATO rule, then they will have to pay 2 percent of their GDP in NATO. This would mean that the defense budget will increase directly by 50 percent.

Why Pakistan needs US aid to save their economy

In early 2018, US President Donald Trump stopped military help from $ 25.5 million for Pakistan. Earlier, the United States cut the UN budget.

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