The Women of Myanmar and their Role in the Fight for Democracy
The lives of women continue to be under major threat, with increasing number of women being subjected to harsh conditions and being forced into the detention camps. Still, the brave women of Myanmar continue to fight on, hoping to pave the way for the generations to come, hoping to restore democracy once and for all.
The US Indo-Pacific Strategy and Nepal
Nepal would not want to upset China from any front, and accepting programs linked to the US Indo-Pacific strategy can be detrimental to Nepal vis-a-vis China. Hence, winning Nepal’s confidence over the MCC may remain a challenge for the US and including it in its Indo-Pacific strategy a bigger hurdle.
The Withdrawal from Afghanistan and the Western Coalition
The turmoil in Afghanistan and Europe’s reaction to it, adds to the impression that Europe’s warm reception of Joe Biden is waning. Still, the Afghanistan conundrum is not over; and much is yet to be seen on whether Washington is willing to sit and listen to its western partners.
AUKUS: the New Power Game in Indo-Pacific Region
AUKUS is likely to be a solid organisation to thwart any attempts by China to dominate weaker nations economically. Australia has recently announced defending Taiwan if attacked by China and in such a scenario, the US, UK and other powers are likely to support Australia. A similar situation may arise in any Chinese-dominated countries in the Indo-Pacific region, where AUKUS will have a significant role to play.
Pakistan in Afghanistan: a Spoiler or Game Changer?
The interlaced negotiation between a state and US designated terror group doesn’t bode well for the credibility of Pakistan and only highlights the perverse nature of the state. In Pakistan’s case, domestic and external affairs cannot exist in isolation and they will continue to affect each other
China’s Afghanistan Policy Post Taliban Takeover
The evolution of the terseness of current US-China ties in the region, which will continue to underpin the direction that will be taken in terms of global politics pertaining to the three theatres in the coming years.
Freedom of Expression Vs Dissent: Is Communist China Wary of Its Own Past?
As there are growing criticisms against the alleged human rights violations in Xinjinag region on the Uygher Muslim community and re-education camps in the region, amidst the disappearances of public figures from the social media platforms, it will be interesting to see how China would react. The diplomatic boycott of winter Olympics in China by the US and Australia have already sparked new wave of tensions, which many countries are expected to follow
Afghanistan, QUAD and the Way Forward
Afghanistan’s potency in world politics is arguably eternal. For the QUAD, this presents an opportunity to expand into the continental aspect of the Indo-Pacific. While a QUAD-led military intervention appears unlikely in the near future, humanitarian assistance and cooperation over shared counter-terrorism policies emerge as viable avenues for the partner nations to pursue their common strategic interests in Afghanistan
Afghanistan’s Refugee Crisis and India’s Stance
Afghanistan occupies a central position in the South Asian region, and supporting them would not only benefit them but also help in the prosperity of the region in a medium- and long-term basis. A collapse of Afghanistan could have a detrimental impact on the Indo-Pacific region, and it is important for each country, not only India, to take a humanitarian approach to help those who seek asylum.
How do Indian Policies Compare to China’s E-Commerce Boom?
For India, developing successful Electronic Commerce solutions across the Organization necessitates the creation of dependable, scalable systems. Poor infrastructure, a lack of proper cyber laws, a lack of privacy and security, and virus problems are just a few of the limitations and challenges that must be addressed
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