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Futile sanctions

On the anniversary of the tragic death of Mahsa Amini, the United States, Britain, and Canada, along with the European…

Doomed to Fail?

As the political landscape in the United States once again erupts into chaos, the looming spectre of an impeachment inquiry…

Milestone Moment

In the ever-evolving landscape of global diplomacy, subtle shifts and nuanced expressions of support can sometimes carry the weight of…

Is Trump driving America to the brink of civil war?

The indictment of former United States president Donald Trump on charges he tried to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election is the most serious test of America’s experiment in constitutional government since December 1860, when the state of South Carolina seceded from the Union and set in motion the events leading to the Civil War.

Picking candidates with tainted pasts

It's perplexing how politicians with controversial pasts keep winning elections in India and other democratic countries like the United States.

Ukraine and Nato

Irked with the uncertainty over membership, Ukrianian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy blasted the alliance as it was a personal setback for him; he had harboured hopes that the Vilnius summit would culminate in a concrete invitation for Ukraine to join the alliance. In scathing criticism, Zelensky termed this Nato stance ‘unprecedented and absurd‘ when there is no time frame set ‘neither for the invitation nor for Ukraine‘s membership‘. He was also upset with vague wording about added conditions ‘even for inviting Ukraine‘