Why The Future Of Global Order Hinges On Ukraine

What made Russia’s invasion so shocking was its anachronistic nature. For decades, this kind of territorial conquest had seemed to be a thing of the past… This restraint formed the basis of the international system: borders were, by and large, sacrosanct. Read More Here

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Understanding The View From New Delhi

The typical Western view of India’s reluctance to slam Russia hard for its invasion of Ukraine is riddled with problems emanating from the lopsided understanding of India’s perspective of the world. The way New Delhi looks at the world — given its past non-aligned point of view — is a result of centuries of learning. […]

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Russia’s Possible Invasion Of Ukraine

If peace talks fail, the Russian military has several options to advance into Ukraine through northern, central, and southern invasion routes. But a Russian attempt to seize and hold territory will not necessarily be easy and will likely be impacted by challenges from weather, urban combat, command and control, logistics, and the morale of Russian […]

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Xi Jinping’s New World Order

In Xi’s vision, a unified and resurgent China would be on par with or would surpass the United States. China is the preeminent power in Asia, and its maritime domain has expanded to include control over contested areas in the East China and South China Seas. Read More Here

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Memory In The Age Of Impunity

There were once ‘grand narratives’ that explained everything from the behaviour of states to literature. The collapse of connected storylines calls for new thinking that binds us. from Manila to Silicon Valley to Moscow. Read More Here

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