Sunday, October 25, 2020
The world order that has ruled the globe since the end of the Second World War has been under severe stress for some years now. The growing challenges to the supremacy of the United States as the sole super-power, the rise of China on the world stage...
Abstract In 1979, Afghanistan witnessed a super power contest between the erstwhile Soviet Union and the United States. Soviets withdrew in 1988, the US left soon thereafter, and the Mujahideen, who had fought Soviet forces, started fighting with each other, producing in the process...
Abstract This article seeks to identify the recent trends in the international nuclear order, and their implications for strategic stability. Post-1945, the international community wanted to contain the spread of nuclear weapons while optimizing the use of nuclear technology for peaceful uses. The...
Abstract The world order that we have come to experience since the end of the Second World War is undergoing notable strategic shifts. Major power competition is intensifying. Global socio-economic norms that were negotiated through decades long diplomacy are being ignored. Advent...