AUKUS

AUKUS: The Latest Tango for Balance of Power in International Relations

The security partnership signed between the USA, Britain, and Australia on the 15th of September known as AUKUS made not a single explicit hint on China’s hostility in the Pacific. But the defense deal is a clear indication showing the West’s concern in China as an adversary. The paranoia that exists in Washington towards Beijing…Read More

Impact of COVID-19 on Ready-made Garments Workers in Bangladesh

Impact of COVID-19 on Ready-made Garments Workers in Bangladesh

Abstract COVID-19 is an overwhelming crisis that has touched almost every sector. As the Ready-made Garments (RMG) sector is closely integrated with the global supply chain, it is important to understand the implications of COVID-19 on RMG workers as they are the most vulnerable in this situation. This article aims to explore the socio-economic impacts…Read More

Economic Migration and Human Rights in Bangladesh

Abstract International migration has an effective contribution to economic development in Bangladesh. But sometimes they have faced inhuman behavior, which is against labor law. Bangladesh government has few institutions, who are dealing with the migration process including labor rights. There is some theoretical explanation as to why so many people going out. In this article,…Read More

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The Causes of Underdevelopment in the Third World And Possibility for Human Development

Economic development is a complex process. There are many indicators to be considered and many conventional means that must not be considered. The following is a discussion of the indicators that can be used to define economic development and their plausibility as credible benchmarks of the achievement of economic development.   Changes in Gross Domestic…Read More

The Impact of Coronavirus on Nigeria’s Foreign Policy and Future Dynamics

Abstract Foreign policy is a very essential aspect of life and existence of every sovereign nation and since Nigeria became independent in 1960. Its foreign policy like that of most other countries has witnessed’ successes and failures. The global outbreak of the coronavirus was a major test to Nigeria’s foreign policymakers. This article aims to…Read More

Systematic Oppression by IMF

Systematic Oppression by IMF: A Case Study of Africa

INTRODUCTION The current international system is structured along the lines of globalization and the neo-liberal philosophy of free trade while being dominated not by a single state but by global institutions, particularly international financial institutions and other multinational organizations. Ultimately, the Bank and the Fund dramatically shape the daily existence of states within the international…Read More

Human Rights Violation in Guatemala Civil War

Human Rights Violation in Guatemala Civil War

Abstract: The Guatemala civil war was one of the longest civil wars – a thirty-six years-long conflict. One of the most brutal wars that spurred bloodshed and social turbulence. The main cause of the war was the “terror” and “bogey “of communism. War was fought between the Guatemala administration and leftist rebel groups. The population…Read More

Water Crisis in Middle East

Water Crisis in the Middle East: A Case Study of Euphrates-Tigris River Basin

ABSTRACT Water scarcity leads to insecurity and then conflict. The non-availability of water is an important commodity for the maintenance of livelihood leading to the disruption in international peace and security particularly in water-scarce areas like the middle east. This research work deals with the state of water scarcity at the global level and particularly…Read More

Tajikistan Civil War and Foreign Intervention

The Socioeconomic Ramifications of Tajikistan Civil War and Foreign Intervention

ABSTRACT Civil war is an interstate war that happens within a territory of a state. Civil war leads to absolute chaos and instability. The article will enlighten on Tajikistan civil war and on the events and the triggering factors that led to the war. It enlightens on different phases of the battle. The foreign powers’…Read More

The US-Japan Strategic Alliance

The US-Japan Strategic Alliance: Eagle and Chrysanthemum

Abstract: The U.S. and Japan alliance is an essential alliance based on shared interests. These interests have compelled both parties to ensure the continuity of this alliance even when it has passed through some bumps with the international political environment testing its resilience. The US-Japan alliance has experienced a roller-coaster journey where international circumstances influence…Read More

Thusydidian Reality in Sri Lanka

Thusydidian Reality in Sri Lanka and the Comments on Yuan Wang 5

The small state dilemma is a complex discourse in the realm of International Relations, which dates back to the classical epoch of Thucydides whose seminal work “The History of Peloponnesian War” has been regarded as the first illustration revealing a realist outlook toward interstate relations.  The most famous passage, which is known as the “Melian…Read More

The Human Rights Situation of the Rohingya and the International Community

The Human Rights Situation of the Rohingya and the International Community

Abstract Human rights are the basic rights that must be provided to the human on the basis of being a human. Human rights violations are committed by states and societies. The ongoing worst humanitarian crisis is on Rohingya people where the state of Myanmar is involved in brutal acts of oppressing and suppressing Rohingya people….Read More

Study of Russian Geostrategy

Geostrategic Dialect: A Case Study of Russian Geostrategy in 21st Century

ABSTRACT  The role that geography plays in states’ strategies falls under the geostrategy domain. Russia’s pragmatic, meticulous, and rigorous strategic ambitions in the contemporary multi-polar world are based on the geographical significance of regions like the Mediterranean. The first half of this article deals with assumptions, pillars, models, and geostrategic scholarship. This was followed by…Read More

Rethinking the role of the traditional institution in African development: Iyah-Gbede community in Kogi State, Nigeria as a case study

                          Recent studies on Africa have shown that traditional institutions and their representatives such as Chiefs, Obas, Emirs, and influential tribal men are powerful forces in sub-Sahara Africa. Its also important to note that before colonization, societies in Africa had evolved various systems…Read More