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A Battleground of Nationalism versus Professionalism?

Why did Wimbledon ban Russian and Belarusian players, while other Grand Slams like the French Open and the US Open have not?

Russia Draws a Line in Europe

After submitting to five rounds of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) expansion bet­ween 1997 and 2020, Russia has finally thrown down the gauntlet to the United States (US). Declaring Russia’s endgame, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov in early January 2022 bluntly remarked, “We...

G-7 and NATO Rhetoric against China

China’s role in reconfiguring global interdependence has evoked renewed imperialist paranoia.

The Fifth Afghan War and International Law

Four principal groups of legal issues thrown up by the current Afghan war are addressed here: (1) the existing legal framework for combating international terrorism, (2) legality of unilateral use of force by the US backed by some other states, (3) the role of the UN Security Council in respect of the US action, and (4) the machinery to bring the terrorists and their collaborators to justice.

Afghan Watershed for Central Asia

The reactions of the Central Asian states to the United States' 'war against terrorism' will be guided by the fact that while the American presence in the region is likely to be temporary, Afghanistan will always be there on the other side of the border.

Lethal Dust

For the past few months, there has been growing evidence of the hazards posed to soldiers and citizens of war-afflicted zones by the use of depleted uranium in anti-tank weapons. Increased cases of cancer and other health disorders have been reported from Iraq and from the Balkans. It is now clear that the US was aware of the potential dangers of depleted uranium, but its efforts at cover-up are, however, under increasing international scrutiny.
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