• Why Trump Rejects the Need from Middle Eastern Oil0

    It is the geopolitics rather than the economics of energy that will drive US interest, particularly as it regards efforts to change Iranian policies, if not the Iranian regime, as well as the longer-term power balance in the Middle East.SHARE Dr. James M. Dorsey 02/20/2020 Trump at the White House (Reuters) Oil may not be

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  • The CAA Hurts Bangladesh-India Ties0

    by Sabria Chowdhury Balland 23 February 2020 “A leader leads by example, not by force.” – The Art of War by Sun Tzu, 5th century BC Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has long been accused of sacrificing her country’s interests and well-being while selling out to India. This is not only the viewpoint of her

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  • JOURNEY OF A CIVILISATION: INDUS TO VAIGAI – Book review0

    by N. Sathiya Moorthy 23 February 2020 At a time when Hindutva and pan-Tamil social media have been rivalling each other in propagating the relative antiquity of the culture and scientific temper of their forebears without challenging each other, R. Balakrishnan keeps it academic, strengthening internal evidence to establish the ‘Dravidian heritage’ of the Indus

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  • Climate Change: Need for Support of Political Narratives0

    by Manoj Kumar 23 February 2020 Recently concluded Delhi Assembly Elections has symbolized the victory of ‘politics of performance’,  the winner Aam Admi Party campaign was based on social welfare factors relating to common man namely water, electricity, education, health etc., but what all the contesting parties missed was the issue of pollution/climate change. Though

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  • Coronavirus hosting animals smuggling from Northeast India to Chinese markets0

    by Chandan Kumar Duarah 23 Frbruary 2020 As China is battling the outbreak of coronavirus, many studies have been doing the rounds linking the virus with wild animals. Experts with the World Health Organization (WHO) say there’s a high likelihood the new coronavirus came from bats. The Corona virus has so far killed around 2200

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  • COVID-19 in China: Testing the Quality of Humanity0

    by Nilantha Ilangamuwa 20 February 2020 Many opinions have been penned and circulated the globe over a new outbreak of novel viral influenza. It has been killed over a thousand of innocent Chinese people according to official figures. As it came from China, no candlelight vigil had been holding at major cities in western countries,

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  • A closer look at refugee integration in India0

    by Ujjwal Krishna 19 February 2020 Widespread protests against India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, have brought refugees front and centre in the national discourse. However, the state of the evidence on refugees and their integration in India remains sketchy at best. Introduction At a geopolitical level, India has maintained a restrained stance with respect to

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