Diplomatic  Life

The upcoming episcopal conferences scheduled to be held in February envisaged to be a crucial step in the Church’s struggle to regain its credibility tarnished by the slew of child ...

Introduction Alone in the 20th century, 262 million people lost their lives by the hands of their government (Bellamy, 2013, p. 487). Human atrocities such as the genocides in Kosovo, ...

Middle  East

In foreign policy, every state has a duty to ensure the security of its people and its territory. In addition to this eternal objective, a world power like the United ...

Economy

Energy

Turkey’s energy exploration in Eastern Mediterranean

This October, Turkey’s first ever drilling vessel was dispatched 60 nautical miles off Antalya. The main purpose of the expedition was to look for potential hydrocarbon reserves in the Eastern ...
ASIA

Demography of Japan Weakens Its GDP Growth

Japan’s GDP represents 7.86 per cent of the world’s economy. The country had one of the G7’s lowest GDP growth rates over the past 20 years, coming second only after ...
Energy

Doha says goodbye to the OPEC and chooses gas instead

Qatar will be leaving the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in early 2019. The minister of energy Saad Sherida al Kaabi, declared that Doha has been working on ...
ASIA

India-Japan Civil Nuclear cooperation Agreement

India and Japan have a vibrant bilateral relationship the genesis of which can be traced back to the Cold War period when India and Japan had established limited economic interactions ...

Security Conflicts

Though the end of cold war has reduced the military expenditure drastically, a few nations such as the US continued to retain the higher level of expenditure on its military ...

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