RISING STAGFLATION AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE WORLD ECONOMY

Stagflation is an instance of inflation during which a nation's gross domestic product shrinks. For months, economists have warned that ...
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Right to a Clean, Healthy and Sustainable Environment

Recently, the United Nations General Assembly recognised the right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment as a universal human ...
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Effectiveness of FONOPs in Preventing Chinese Expansionism

Over the past few years, the South China sea (SCS) has developed as an arena for US-China strategic rivalry. The ...
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How the Bush Doctrine Contributed to the Failure of the US Military Campaign in Afghanistan?

In August 2021, the departure of the last evacuation flight from the Bagram Airfield marked the chaotic end of an ...
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Analysing the Evolving Illegal Migration in South East Asia

South East Asia is home to one of the biggest migration 'loops'. The eleven countries of the region - all ...
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Artificial Intelligence in Maritime Security

Artificial intelligence marks the next step in the evolution of things in this data-driven world. It is seeping into our ...
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‘A Thousand Splendid Suns’: A Feminist Perspective

The novel 'A Thousand Splendid Suns' by Khaled Hosseini, set against the backdrop of Afghanistan, portrays the dreadful problems a ...
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IRAN IN THE CREATION OF A NEW POWER CENTRE WITH RUSSIA AND TÜRKIYE

West Asia has become a phenomenal hotspot for political powerplays between countries. Amidst the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the visit of Russian ...
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BREXIT: What Does It Mean for Northern Ireland’s Future?

The world witnessed the United Kingdom's citizens' decision to withdraw the nation from the European Union through a nationwide referendum ...
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The US’s Strong Involvement in Taiwan and the Escalating Hostilities Between the Superpowers

Since the end of the Chinese civil war in 1949, when the Communists, led by Mao Zedong, surged to power ...
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An Overview of the Rising Right-Wing Extremism in Europe

Right-wing extremism is one far-right ideology that has grown globally over the past few decades. It emerged due to seeming ...
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Artificial Intelligence in the Indian Defence Sector

Killer robots and machines that haunt down and terminate humans have caught the public imagination in science fiction, cyberpunk, and ...
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The Ultimate Soft Power of Korean Wave: Effect on Indo-Korean Relations

With the Korean wave sweeping the world, it has influenced the South Korean economy and created its own new identity ...
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Tunisia: A New Constitution, Presidential Powers and the Future of Arab Spring Achievements

On the 25th of July, the only democracy in the Arab World, Tunisia voted and endorsed its new constitution in ...
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Disability Sports in India-Inclusion and Adaption of the Differently Abled

As per World Health Organisation's (WHO) estimate, about 650 million (about 10%) of the world's population are differently abled. Out ...
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Democratic Republic of Congo and the UN Peacekeepers: A Strained Relationship

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as it is officially known, is a landlocked nation with a 25-mile Atlantic Ocean ...
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Analysing the Significance of the Co-education System in the Present Scenario

School provides us with the basic foundation of knowledge and from where we learn how to socialise with the people ...
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US-Mexico Border Wall: The Visual Representation of a Political Separation

Images shape our understanding of global politics. Any phenomenon, for instance, a terrorist attack, ecological disaster, or protest demonstration, reaches ...
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The Fukushima Clean-Up: A Threat to the Environment?

Fukushima, Japan, is the most radioactive place on earth. Now, authorities plan to dump over a million tons of treated ...
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Indians Quitting India: Analysing the Surge in Citizenship Renunciation

Indians travelling overseas for work or study is not a new phenomenon. However, the pace with which Indians relinquish their ...
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China: Ethnic Minorities and the Dilemma of Pluralism

China, the most populous country, is also home to the largest ethnic group in the world. As per the national ...
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Cyberspace: An Emerging Security Issue in Global Politics

Information technology runs the major domains of our lives, such as transport, communications, global markets, and national security. Evidently, IT ...
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Heatwaves in Europe: Soaring Temperatures and Unfurling Wildfires

Ferocious heatwaves have exhausted the European continent, which has only experienced a mild climate until now. This summer from June ...
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E-Fuels: A Sustainable Energy Source for the Future

E-fuels and green fuels are gaining momentum as alternative replacements for non-renewable energy sources. Soaring GHG emissions and the resultant ...
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The Right to Work From Home

In the recent past, most changes observed in the world order can be attributed to the pandemic and the consequences ...
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The Growing Tension in the Western Ghats

The Western Ghats, also known as the Sahyadri, are a mountain range in western India traversing through the states of ...
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Understanding Sex Work as a “Profession” in the 21st Century

Our narrow-minded society will frown when we hear 'sex work' or 'sex worker'. Keep scowling your brows. However, they are ...
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‘Paris Agreement a Human Rights Treaty’: The Supreme Court of Brazil’s Watershed Ruling

The Paris Agreement is the first global environmental agreement to recognize human rights as an integral part of its framework ...
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RIMPAC 2022: Strategic and Geopolitical Significance of the Exercise on the Indo-Pacific

Exercise RIMPAC 2022 is taking place from June 29-August 4 in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California. This ...
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Joe Biden in the Middle East: Objectives and Outcomes of the Visit

Joe Biden made his first visit to the Middle East nearly 18 months after assuming his presidency. During the four-day ...
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