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Analyzing the role of OIC

Muhammad Usman Ghani Composed of fifty-seven countries and spread over four continents, the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) is the second-largest intergovernmental body following the United Nations (UN). And it is no secret that the council was established in the wake of an attack on the Al-Aqsa Mosque …

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Prospects for peace in the Middle East

Giancarlo Elia Valori One of the most negative results achieved by Hamas with its useless “11-day war” was certainly that of favouring the political solution for forming a solid government in Israel, after four rounds of early elections had not been sufficient to put Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu …

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Post Pandemic Recovery + SME + MFG + Skills + Job

Naseem Javed Unless big potholes are filled, the roads to post-pandemic-economic-recovery will only create more traffic jams; the challenges are something like the Olympic Games of Economics played by highly skilled players on worldwide digital highways, not to be confused with routine games at local community ballparks. Most …

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160 million degrees Celsius reached in China: the artificial Sun

Giancarlo Elia Valori Another important step has been taken by Chinese researchers in developing the ultimate energy source for nuclear fusion. On May 28, the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST), known as the “artificial sun”, operating at the Institute of Materials Science in Hefei (Chinese Academy of Sciences), …

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Iran JCPOA discussion flawed as long as politics don’t change

Cyril Widdershoven     The ongoing JCPOA discussions in Vienna, leading to a vast range of speculations and rumors in the press, and having already an effect on the global oil and gas markets, are flawed as long as the situation on the ground are not changed for …

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Iranian Presidential Election 2021: A Shift from Reformists to Hardliners

Iran has been the epicenter of International focus for a multitude of reasons. Whether it is the bustling nuclear program or the permeating influence in the region or simply the hot pockets of rebels operating in the neighboring countries. Even its deteriorating economy has been a sensitive topic …

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China Interest in Afghanistan after the U.S withdrawal

As a large and emerging peaceful power, China needs peace and stability in its neighborhood. Because uncertainty has negative effects on Afghanistan, while the emergence and realization of the “Chinese Dream 2050” requires a peaceful and stable Afghanistan. Afghanistan has long faced serious terrorism and law and order, …

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The dangers of deforestation for our planet

Giancarlo Elia Valori Forests are an important part of the global ecosystem. Due to factors such as population and agricultural expansion, deforestation and illegal timber trade, current forest protection is facing a severe situation. Many countries and international organisations actively participate in various projects, discuss and summarise experiences, …

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