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Turkey’s Ambitious Sprawl and the Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict

Turkey’s assertive foreign policy towards the former sphere of influence has changed the balance of power in the region. Erdogan,

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The Legacy of Late Kuwaiti Emir and Relations with Pakistan

The dean of Arab diplomacy, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah, Emir of Kuwait, died at the age of 91

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The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

Two ex-Soviet republics in the Caucasus region seem to have found themselves amidst fighting once again, namely Armenia and Azerbaijan.

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Ladakh: Transformation of A Pluralistic Cosmopolitan into An Autocratic Union Territory

Situated in the midst of The Himalayas and the Karakorum Ladakh “the land of high passes” holds a history well

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BREXIT: What’s now?

In a world of collective existence and mutual-cooperation, Brexit is indeed the stunning news. But it happened, called “Dawn of

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UNGA2020: A Review of 75th Session of the General Assembly

Reaching the three-quarter century mark this year, the General Assembly of the United Nations under unprecedented circumstances brought forward by

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The Past & Future of the Shia-Sunni Polarity in the Middle East

Until the 20th century, the Sunni-Shia division had existed on social tiers and particularly didn’t achieve political overtones. After World War

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The Foreign Players in Libya

The years following 2011 have grappled Libya in a constant state of conflict. Trampled in a war between two factions,

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China-Taiwan Crisis & The Role of the USA

The foreign relations between the two countries is a contingent process. The behaviour of one state creates a reciprocal effect.

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Israel-Bahrain Accords: Another Dilemma for Iran

A month ago, a prominent Gulf Arab State, the United Arab Emirates, agreed to formally normalize its relations with Israel under