The high-profile visit of the U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris to Southeast Asia came to an end. Harris concluded her trip to Singapore and Vietnam with what seemed empty promises and left the international audience somehow bewildered regarding the U.S. administration’s foreign policy for Southeast Asia. Security and defense have traditionally been the main objectives … Continue reading Why Biden’s New Southeast Asia Foreign Policy is Easier Said Than Done?
The Global Shortage of Raw Materials: Pandemic Aftermath
Last year, due to the pandemic and the social and political problems caused by extended lockdowns, people were watching the evolution of the Covid-19 outbreak with apprehension. Few would have imagined that a health crisis could quickly have economic repercussions. These effects are no longer regional or national, but global. As economies came to a … Continue reading The Global Shortage of Raw Materials: Pandemic Aftermath
Power Crisis in China: A giant Step Towards Inflation
China’s hybrid economy is at a crossroads between its own ambition and lack of policy structure. China is facing an acute shortage of electricity which has left billions of people in around 21 provinces as well as businesses out of electricity. Even though blackouts are a regular thing in the country, however, this time multiple … Continue reading Power Crisis in China: A giant Step Towards Inflation
Chinese and American Arms Race Intensifies
In an effort to counter China and its strong military navy technology, the United States, Australia and the UK announced their new joint AUKUS agreement. This partnership will allow Australia to equip itself with stealthy, long-range nuclear-powered submarines in order to stand strong against China’s growing military capacity. It is evident that an acceleration of … Continue reading Chinese and American Arms Race Intensifies
Sun Tzu v. Chanakya 2020 – Pitting One Supreme Leader Against Another
May the best Supreme Leader win.