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Variable of water in India-China relations

Farzad Ramezani Bonesh Senior Researcher and Analyst of International Affairs  South Asia makes up about 22% of the world’s population, but global water resources in the region have become as precious as new oil, so there is no alternative to water. The Tibetan Plateau will play a key …

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The 35th Israeli government and its Ministers

Giancarlo Elia Valori As many people know, the Israeli government was supposed to be formed after the elections of April 9, 2019, but Netanyahu himself failed to do so and the Knesset was dissolved again to prepare for further elections, which took place on September 17, 2019. Even …

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Opportunities for India- Russia Business Collaboration in the age of COVID-19 

Manish Kumar India and Russia enjoy “Special and privileged strategic partnership”, which entails multidimensional cooperation extending to all areas of the bilateral relationship especially in the areas of political, security, trade and economy, defense, education, science & technology, culture, and people to people.  Although the multidimensional relationship has …

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Conspiracy Theories, Fake News and Disinformation: Why There’s So Much of It and What We Can Do About it

Roman Mayka In March 2019, under the aegis of the United States Department of State, a group of researchers released a report called “Weapons of Mass Distraction: Foreign State-Sponsored Disinformation in the Digital Age.” The report mostly focused on foreign states’ propaganda, disinformation and fake news. Taking into …

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The Sino-Indian conflict: Instability in South Asia

Abbas Ali Bughio The Sino-Indian boundary originated in 1834, with the conquest of Ladakh by the armies of Raja Gulab Singh under the suzerainty of the Sikh Empire. Gulab Singh and the Tibetans signed a Treaty in 1842 agreeing to stick to the old established frontiers later, the British …

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Macron’s Security Ambitions and Russia

George Tzogopoulos French President Emmanuel Macron has his own vision about geopolitics and wants the EU to actively take part in the ongoing debate about international security and forge closer ties with Russia. Whether France can lead the EU to act autonomously remains to be seen in the …

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The Answer to the Global Economic Recovery? Free Trade

Puru P. Trivedi The United States is facing the worst economic crisis in our lifetime. So far, we have taken major steps to ‘band-aid’ the most urgent and short-term financial struggles with stimulus relief packages, enhanced unemployment and trillions of dollars deployed to aid both small business and …

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Chinese Economic Policy Strategy after the Global Financial Crisis: A pseudo Bretton Woods in the Making?

Dr.Bahtiyar Mehmed China adopted economic policies in regards to the crisis with internal as well as external implications. The external aspects which this study is focusing on include new policy drives and visions that are unprecedented in history adopted by a Chinese government. From the present research it …

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The new Libyan crisis and Turkey’s presence in Tripolitania

Giancarlo Elia Valori It seemed that the Mediterranean region had been forgotten during the Cold War, where instead the Limes from Szczecin to Trieste was central – and it was a technical mistake – two cities that Churchill mentioned in his famous speech on the “Iron Curtain” of …

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