INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AFFAIRS

Today, nations are trying to acquire economic development through different means. The definition of power has been modified, economic strength has acquire higher value than other projectors of power. In 20th century the US became super power and in 21st century China is trying to gain momentum against it. In...

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Countering Climate Change Initiative

Climate change is now a global concern. From more intense heat waves, floods, storms, droughts to slow paced processes such as ocean acidification. These increasing adverse effects are being faced by almost every country. Keeping in view the aggravating situation, many international organizations and agencies are working on different initiatives,...

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PROMOTING CULTURE OF RESPONSIBLE CHEMISTRY

WWI, the first practical use of chemical weapons left devastating affects to the biological species. Then the advent of nuclear weapons in the Second World War led to the mass extinction of the human species. Power struggle has led countries to develop and expand their nuclear capabilities. There has been...

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CYBER SECURITY

Cyber vulnerabilities pose serious risks to development, prosperity and social harmony. Cyber security has become a complex and all-encompassing political, social, economic and technological phenomenon. Since the turn of the century, the nature and scope of the internet and its users have changed fundamentally. In 1995 only 16 million of...

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NATIONAL SECURITY & DEFENCE POLICY

National security is regarded as a duty of government, and refers to the security of a nation state. It includes protection of a country’s economy, citizens, and institutions. Initially considered as protection against military attacks, national security is now extensively understood to include non-military dimensions, including economic security, energy security,...

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UN Security Council concerned as bombing continues in Syria

While the carnage continued in Syria, with Russian-backed Syrian government forces killing at least 45 people in the Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta, the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday expressed concern over the country’s humanitarian situation and renewed calls for the implementation of a nationwide ceasefire. The sitting president of the body for...

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