The shifts in the perception of Jews in Russia highlight the overriding force of nationalism and its hyper-intensification in post-Soviet Russian society
The Ukraine war has confirmed the emergence of the Multipolar World Order 2.0, with vast strategic and economic contention between the great-power rival blocs in Eurasia
From his research, 2022 AsiaGlobal Fellow Bakhrom Radjabov draws lessons for creating the supportive environment needed for effective social innovation
An analysis of the security challenges Tokyo faces, particularly with China, given the possibility that Beijing may attempt to take control of Taiwan.
The Russian president will go down in history as the figure of this era who has done the most harm and caused so much tragedy.
Fundamental differences between the approaches of the two sides to data governance remain.
Nationhood, citizenship and identity are more and more intertwined and complex in the globalized world.
If Beijing wants to recruit India to China’s efforts at reshaping the world order, it will have to be sensitive to New Delhi’s deliberate geopolitical balancing.
Are China's current food security measures sufficient to counter the long-term impact of the Russia-Ukraine war?
Are these sanctions as efficient as they seem or claim to be?
While the actions of Brussels and Berlin have been portrayed as something of a coming-into-their-own power play, the approach is redolent more of symbolism than substance
While much attention is on how China is approaching the Ukraine crisis, India’s posture could be more revealing of the volatile world of geopolitical rivalries.
The tense situation could offer an opportunity for China to show global leadership by mediating between Russia and Ukraine.