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Twenty-one years after Kargil, South Asia once again finds itself at the brink of war.

As post-Brexit Britain seeks to redefine its foreign policy, the country has taken a strong stand to condemn human rights’ violations and reject Ch

Invisibility is no longer a mere trope of fantasy and science fiction; it is a tangible area of research that many companies around the world are p

The United States needs a more proactive industrial policy, especially as China ramps up its own investments in new and emerging technologies.

India was denied membership to an exclusive grouping of states called the

Pakistan has a notorious and well-documented history of disrespecting the rights of religious minorities and enabling their rampant persecution.

Alfred Thayer Mahan was an evangelist of sea power in the study of geopolitics.

The COVID-19 pandemic has made clear that global health crises are geopolitical events with far-reaching and long-lasting effects across the globe.

As the novel coronavirus pandemic spreads across Latin America, civilian leaders are asking the region’s militaries to 

In October 2016, the Philippine government reaffirmed its commitment to advancing cross-border trade by 

In the largest country in Latin American, the media has faced a major distraction in the coverage of COVID-19: the president of Brazil Jair Bolsona

The COVID-19 crisis presents Ukraine with a unique opportunity to integrate further into the West.