International Relations Middle East

The Legacy of Late Kuwaiti Emir and Relations with Pakistan

Kuwait is swayed by the legacy and standard of procedure on the international level and created its reputation as a problem solver. He handed a stable country and, to some extent, a balanced region. He laid the country’s foundation as the mediator of any conflict in the area, which Kuwait is ready to play a role. This responsibility now lies in the successors of the late Emir, Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Sabah, new Emir of Kuwait, whether he will pursue his predecessor’s policy or choose a different path.

Central Asia International Relations

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. The age-old conflict is centered around the Nagorno-Karabakh region. The Nagorno-Karabakh region is mountainous but strategically vital due to its location between the two countries.

Foreign Policy India International Relations Kashmir

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

Europe International Relations

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 a new era” with promises of “real national renewal.” The quest is still a nightmare for populists that are emotionally driven with empty slogans. But realities help those who never live in logical fallacies and idealism.

Foreign Policy International Relations

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

This year’s annual session of the United States Generally Assembly may be the most important one since its inception. The state nations have never been more collected towards a global cause as they are now due to the Pandemic. The international events that unfolded after the outbreak of the virus put the entire global order in perspective.

International Relations Middle East Society

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

International Relations Pacific Uncategorized

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.

International Relations North Africa Uncategorized

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,

International Relations Middle East

Israel-Bahrain Accords: Another Dilemma for Iran

When signed, Bahrain will become the fourth Arab state to recognize Israel. It took 26 years from Israel’s 2nd peace agreement with an Arab state to the 3rd peace agreement, and now it took only 29 days from the 3rd peace agreement to the 4th. Other Arab nations believed to be on the apex of fully recognizing Israel include Oman and Sudan. The region’s magnate, Saudi Arabia may also be on the verge of a deal.

International Relations North Africa

Tug of Legitimacy in Libya

Libya, a country in North Africa bordered by Egypt to the east and Sudan in the southeast with its capital