The New World (Dis)order
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NOTE: This is the third in a five part series. PART I: American Adventurism, Non-Interventionism, Trumpism and Afghan Chaos PART II: The Misunderstanding of Vladimir Putin PART III: China Awakens Under Xi Jinping PART IV (August) Crony Capitalism and the West’s Achilles Heel PART V (September): The New World (Dis)order  16 July, 2023 PART III: China Awakens ..read more
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Sinaloa Cartel as international terror organization
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By Antonio Graceffo The Sinaloa drug cartel is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths in the U.S. It also uses violence and corruption to control police, courts, and politicians in Mexico. The cartel coordinates with criminal networks in China and Europe and with street gangs in the United States. Through its human trafficking operation ..read more
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Walking the tightrope: Sheikh Hasina Wajed’s high-stakes political gamble amid economic crisis in Bangladesh
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By Shahin Hossain On May 1, 2023, an event laden with symbolism unfolded at the World Bank headquarters in Washington, DC. Sheikh Hasina Wajed, Bangladesh’s Prime Minister, offered an image of the Padma Multipurpose Bridge to David Malpass, the World Bank President. This action, intentional or otherwise, was predominantly interpreted as a direct challenge to ..read more
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Is the path of relations between the European Union and Turkey uncertain after Erdoğan’s re-election?
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By Lunyka Adelina Pertiwi Recep Tayyip Erdoğan remains at the helm for the next five years, imprinting a 25-year legacy for his political coalition and stronghold. Opposition candidate Kemal Kilicdaroglu failed to topple the lifelong dictator because he lacked the support of the Turkish diaspora in Europe and was unable to overcome internal rivalries within ..read more
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China-Pakistan nuclear deal and Nuclear Suppliers Group
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By Surjit Raiguru Pakistan and China signed a monumental $4.8 billion agreement to construct a new nuclear power plant in Chashma, the central city of Pakistan, strengthening China’s influence in the country on June 20, 2023. This marks China’s seventh nuclear power plant project in Pakistan and will have a significant capacity of 1,200 megawatts ..read more
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America’s uncredited role for global peace
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By Collins Chong Yew Keat This Fourth of July  marked the 247th Independence Day of the United States of America. With its unrivalled might in military and security assurances, Washington has also been a stabilising and reassuring  force of global peace and stability, underscored by its proven track record in both creating peace and maintaining it ..read more
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The Democrats: lacking cohesion and direction
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As the 2024 presidential election approaches, the race for the White House is heating up in America, with more contenders joining the fray. The latest addition to the Republican field is Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who officially announced his candidacy on May 24, 2023. DeSantis, a former Navy officer, and congressman, is seen as one ..read more
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Putin and the siloviki
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The KGB (Komitet Gosudárstvennoy Bezopásnosti), was the name of the Intelligence Agency (equivalent to the CIA) as well as the main agency of the USSR’s secret policy (equivalent to the FBI) from 1954 to 1991, popularly known as “The Centre” and until Khrushchev in charge of obtaining and analysing all the nation’s intelligence information for ..read more
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Will the new U.S. visa policy for Bangladesh achieve its objectives?
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By Syed Badiuzzaman The U.S. State Department recently announced a new visa policy for Bangladesh to promote free, fair and democratic elections and hold any individual — regardless of his or her power and position – who hinders such elections accountable. But will this policy succeed in achieving its objectives? As announced by U.S. Secretary ..read more
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State of Russia’s economy much worse than it appears
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By Antonio Graceffo During the first eleven months of the Ukraine War, it appeared that sanctions were having very little effect on the Russian economy. In December, however, the Russian economy did a U-turn and it became apparent that Moscow was under incredible economic pressure, much of which came from the oil-cap price of $60 ..read more
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