Category: Politics

  • Ukraine tensions

    Ukraine tensions

    Russia is big; with 11-time zones and nearly 60,000km borderline Russia has the lengthiest borderline that stretches into two continents. Russia has one of the most consolidated administrations to maintain such a mammoth and diverse country. Speaking of diversity, safeguarding the motherland from western influence always became a hefty chore for the Kremlin since the […]

  • What is AUKUS?

    What is AUKUS?

    The world has entered the Second-Cold War. Defense pacts, infrastructural funding, media funding, dividing people; Yes, there could be more troubles ahead. Beijing and Washington are commencing teams against each other. The latest is “AUKUS” – A trilateral agreement established by Australia, the United Kingdom, and the mighty United States on September 15th. A long […]

  • Making Swahili visible: the 7th official UN official language

    Making Swahili visible: the 7th official UN official language

    The United Nations (UN) is the most prominent political structure in the world. Including 193 sovereign states as members, the UN resembles an international parliament. The membership, positions, honors, or anything regarding the UN are highly significant for any state (nations). Currently, there are 6 official and working languages for the United Nations; English, Spanish, […]

  • How far is Islamabad from Kabul?

    How far is Islamabad from Kabul?

    The Emirate of Afghanistan reestablished, NATO troops in Afghanistan departed before the deadline set by the Taliban. Afghans, the citizens, and people residing there are rushing out. Scenes of Afghans trying to climb on US aircraft persuaded all over the globe. Nations are anticipating developments from the Taliban in their policies and representations. Some countries […]

  • Communism and Cuba’s Internet Revolution

    Communism and Cuba’s Internet Revolution

    Cuba is one of the ultimate hotspots of communism. They remained in the communist system of government even after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, the founders of communist Cuba, are glorified as icons of communism all over the globe. But last month, surprisingly Cuba witnessed a massive protest against […]

  • Resurgence and Illusions, U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

    Resurgence and Illusions, U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

    Taliban, the Islamic extremist organization, is on its way to Kabul. After the withdrawal of the US official, the Afghan government is astounded by seeing the rush of the Taliban to power. Taliban claims 80% of the country is already under their control, and now only a few cities are under the administration of the […]

  • What’s the Future of Ethiopia?

    What’s the Future of Ethiopia?

    Ethiopia is a complicated ethnic federation consisting of various ethnicities and tribular regions. The survival of that nation amongst fastly fragmented African countries through ethnicities was an interesting study for political scientists. Often they relate to the future of Africa and, the last decade’s highest economic growth of 9.5% GDP astounded the world. Infrastructure, social […]

  • Europe – The future of Armenia?

    Europe – The future of Armenia?

    After a grisly violent conflict followed by a ceasefire, Armenia is still in tension.  With an agreement orchestrated by Russia, Armenia lost its territories and withdrew from the Nagorno Karabakh – a region that has a significant history with Armenia and was controlled by Azeris for a long time.  As Azerbaijan celebrates victory and sets […]

  • Will RCEP change the game in Asia-Pacific?

    Will RCEP change the game in Asia-Pacific?

    The world’s most considerable trade agreement, the RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership), is a reality now. After 8-year-old consultations with 15 countries including China, Japan, South Korea, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, and New Zealand consolidating more than 25% of global trade – 30% global GDP, became an economic chain from 15th November 2020. The […]

  • How relevant is Hindi in Digital India?

    How relevant is Hindi in Digital India?

    India is a diverse country with a bunch of cultures and languages. India has over 700 active languages and dialects. According to the Indian Constitution Article 343(1), Hindi is considered as the official language of India. By the Official Language Act of 1963, English and Hindi are recognized as the official languages of India. The […]

  • Why is Africa in the next superpower spotlight?

    Why is Africa in the next superpower spotlight?

    In recent days, we are hearing about the protests of the African diaspora from all around the globe. The death of George Floyd made a huge impact on United States politics,  racism is not brand-new or it is not only black people’s problem. Society often acts tough against black people, even murders and cruelties occurred […]

  • China’s BRI – The future of globalization

    China’s BRI – The  future of globalization

    It is a fact that no other nations profited from modern-day globalization as China did, they succeeded to market all their domestic products and services worldwide and their economy propelled to second spot passing huge players from Europe and Asia. The emergence of China as a global powerhouse has impacted the world politics as well, […]

  • Sovereignty – Autonomy, an analysis, and the future

    Sovereignty – Autonomy, an analysis, and the future

    In the history of humankind, numerous empires, kingdoms, republics, and microstates were developed across continents. The development of nations and their breakdowns are associated with varying ethnicity, geographical, environmental, linguistic, and economic factors. Moreover, in the last century, we witnessed the establishment of the Soviet Union, Republic of India, People’s Republic of China by combining […]

  • COVID-19: Consequences for international migration in the 2020s

    COVID-19: Consequences for international migration in the 2020s

    Human development is deeply related to migration. Numerous times there did a stream of people in distinctive ways. The social, economical, political and geographical components are considered as the factors to this flow. The year 2020 is turning the world upside down, major economies are trembled by the COVID19 and various nations are in lockdown […]

  • COVID-19: Will the Coronavirus kill Globalization?

    COVID-19: Will the Coronavirus kill Globalization?

    During this hard time, almost every business economy and trading sector have been drastically impacted by COVID19. More than a million confirmed cases are reported and the death toll passed 600,00 globally in the first week of April 2020. The virus primarily reported from China, which negatively impacted all the major economies and forecasted the […]