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Rising Sea Levels: Perspective from India and Bangladesh

   Joint Research Collaboration  CLAWS (New Delhi) - Bangladesh Institute of Peace  and Security Studies (BIPSS) (Bangladesh) Click Here ⇒ Indian Perspective on Rising Sea Levels as Existential...

Covid-19 and the Curious Case of Iran: Will it lead to Gulf’s Version of...

What started off as pneumonia of unknown cause in Wuhan city of China – the novel corona virus– has become a global pandemic as...

After Soleimani, US-Iran Tensions in the Middle East: Where is it heading to?

On 3 January, the United States officially accepted to have conducted targeted drone strikes at the Baghdad airport which killed Iranian Quds Forces Commander,...

What has Happened to Lulu?: Ponderings Over Israeli Elections

While following the recent Israeli elections, one is reminded of Charles Stanley Causley’s famous poem titled What has Happened to Lulu? The poem is...

Turkish Military Expedition in North-Eastern Syria: Actions and Reactions

It is rare that Middle East is not in news and majority of the times, the news is a bad one! The most recent...

‘Necessity is the Mother of Invention’: Evolution of Israeli Hybrid Warfare

Hybrid conflict is not a new phenomenon; however, the concept regained greater momentum in the 21st century. The nature of warfare has completely changed from...

UAE’s Reaction to India’s Abrogation of Article 370: Investments in Mind?

Given, the confusion that has surfaced after the Government of India decided to abrogate Article 370 and Article 35(A) of the Constitution on 7...

India’s Transformational Role Towards its Near Neighbours

South Asia or rather Southern Asia has a population of around 1.9 billion which is one-fourth of the world’s total. Of the south Asian countries,...

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