Global Geopolitics

December 31, 2019

As some of the largest economies in the world came together to open up a free trade market in Asia, India - the 2nd largest in Asia - opted out of the arrangement. What prompted this economic powerhouse to chicken out, and what does it mean for RCEP? Alika Raina pens this exhaustive analysis.

December 29, 2019

As we conclude 2019, Zhuo Long summarizes how Hong Kong made the world sit up and notice the atrocities of China, and how it made itself heard for the cause of liberty, equality, and fraternity.

November 17, 2019

A less talked about undercurrent in British Politics these days is the issue of migration from Poland. Poles work in all walks of life in Britain, a number of jobs that Brits would not do themselves, yet they are not welcome. We explain the situation.

November 13, 2019

As the world's most populous nation celebrates the 70th anniversary of the world's most entrenched political party, Zhou Ling brings a perspective on what the 70th anniversary of PRC means for the world, and China's biggest challenge - Hong Kong.

November 11, 2019

Now that the British Election is scheduled for December 12, 2019, what will happen? We bring to you the story of UK's biggest election of the 21st Century.

November 11, 2019

Our partner at the Peacebuilding Project, Navya Khanna explains how President Trump's betrayal of Kurdistan is only the most recent in a century long history of loss and betrayal.

November 11, 2019

The re-election bid of Portugal's Prime Minister Antonio Costa has put a wind in the sails of the Center-Left in that country. However, is it a sign of a widening trend of liberalism re-surging on the continent after major losses since 2016?

Hong Kong's protests have gone on for a really long time now, with the world's most powerful authoritarian regime pounding on the rights guaranteed to individuals in an international treaty. Francesco Ziveri pens a case for individual freedoms in Hong Kong, grounded in political theory.

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