Analysis

The Language of Instruction and the Narrative of Privilege

It is true that linguistic diversity in India and Pakistan distinguishes them from countries like Japan, China, South Korea, and…

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Observations of an Expat: Ukraine Tanks Conundrum

Ukraine wants NATO tanks—especially the German Leopards—to launch a counter-offensive to regain territory. By Tom Arms Supplying tanks to Ukraine…

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Pakistan Economic Crisis – Lessons for India

“Tum Bilkul Hum Jaise Nikle” – India going down path of Pakistan, Sri Lanka – Fundamentalism is a common factor…

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HOW CLOSE ARE WE TO WWIII?

Ongoing Russia-Ukraine war has threatened the world.  To avoid the bloodshed one army will have to surrender to the other.…

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Observations of an Expat: Elected Autocrats

The European Parliament recently used the term to describe Hungary’s Viktor Orban when it suspended EU payments to the country.…

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Observations of an Expat: Multi-dimensional Nuclear Chess

For a start, there is the issue of talks to limit weapons. Washington has broached the subject with Beijing and…

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Observations of an Expat: Phew!—or Not

The Ukraine War still rumbles on and millions of Ukrainians are without power and water this winter. The threat of…

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Rising inflation, falling wages threaten increased poverty and unrest

The purchasing power of middle-class families has been reduced, while low-income households have been hit particularly hard.  Geneva Rising inflation…

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The Belt and Road Initiative in Pakistan: New Trade Routes and a New Cold War?

The United States’ global hegemony is based on its military dominance. This guarantees the dollar’s use around the world as…

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Unpacking outcomes of UN Climate Change Conference in Egypt

Incorporating loss, damage in COP27 document is big win but experts see gaps from failure to address payment mechanisms, to…

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