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 play in the strategies of states falls under the domain of geostrategy. The pragmatic, meticulous, and rigorous strategic ambitions of Russia 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 geo-strategic…Read More

India-China Border Conflict: The Case of Galwan Valley

ABSTRACT India and China are two of the oldest living civilizations of the world with numerous similarities and associations. The exchange of ideas between the two countries has been like a flowing river, sometimes it runs smoothly but sometimes there are hurdles but it has always kept flowing incessantly. Despite the similarities, both the countries…Read More

Putin’s War and Implications for China

Putin’s War and Its Implications for China

ABSTRACT The relationship between Russia and China, the two giants of Asia, has ranged from one extreme to the other. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the erstwhile USSR and the People’s Republic of China in 1949, the two countries co-operated closely on most fronts, especially on the military front. However, due to ideological…Read More

The Lebanese – Israeli Maritime Dispute Following the Discovery of Offshore Wealth in the Eastern Mediterranean

This research article focuses on the maritime territorial and border disputes and negotiations taking place between the States of Lebanon and Israel. Negotiations and the dispute itself have intensified ever since oil and natural gas were discovered in the Eastern Mediterranean. The opportunity to obtain newfound wealth has added another twist to the Lebanon-Israel conflict….Read More

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

Afghanistan in Turmoil

The recent power shift in Afghanistan has surprised several countries. Despite a significant investment of time and money to upgrade Afghanistan’s military capabilities, the forces’ incompetence to fight off the Taliban has been disappointing. The US is said to have spent $88 billion on training and modern equipment for Afghanistan’s cops and military personnel, accounting…Read More