ASIA-PACIFIC

Sri Lanka: First Stone of the Domino Wave

International Relations has recently faced a new global power struggle. The unipolar Atlantic Order formed after the Cold War was soon tested by Asia,...

The Energy Dilemma of Japan

The war between Russia and Ukraine broke out at the end of February, has not only changed the European geopolitical order but also transformed...

A New Geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific: The US-South Korea-Japan...

As the United States-China rivalry intensifies in international relations that have transformed into a multipolar framework, developments in the Indo-Pacific region have been accelerating....

The 14th BRICS Summit: Did Pandora’s Box Open?

International relations have been moving towards a new world order triggered by increasing competition. If we accept the unipolar Atlantic Order, which started during...

Changing Roles of Japan and India in QUAD

The Russia-Ukraine War not only changed the balance of power in the world, but also increased the interest in Asia-Pacific.  Some powers from both...

Anti-Terrorism Meeting in India and Security of Eurasia

India hosted Regional Anti-Terrorism Structure (RATS) meeting, which is an organ of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), to examine terrorist threats in Eurasia especially in...

China’s Efforts to Expand the BRICS

On May 19, 2022, at the BRICS Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, held via video conference, officials from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa gathered....

NATO’s Duty Discussions and Security of Pacific

British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, in her statement on April 27, 2022, said that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) should protect Taiwan. The...

China’s New Strategy: Global Security Initiative

The declaration of the end of the Cold War as a result of the summit held in Malta on 2-3 December 1989 between Former...

The Resignation of the Sri Lankan Prime Minister and...

Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, known as the most powerful name in Sri Lankan politics, resigned on 9 May 2022. His spokesperson, Rohan Veliuita, was...

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