Diplomix
Mariam Shah

Water Dispute: Iran-Afghanistan Crisis

Water wars loom: Iran and Afghanistan\’s border clashes expose the dire consequences of neglecting water disputes. The implications of these clashes are far-reaching, impacting regional stability and peace.

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Beyond SAT
Mariam Shah

Japan’s Defence Overhaul: From Pacifist to Militarist

The region has been agitated by Japan\’s intention to double its defence spending by 2027. The \”major shift\” in Japanese security policies has been extensively debated, including how and why Japan is giving up its \”pacifist\” roots and choosing militarization.

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Perspectives
Mariam Shah

Guantanamo Bay: Ending the Era of Injustice

After the most recent release, there are now 32 prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, including 18 who are eligible for transfer. These detainees continue to be held without charge despite having their transfer approved, with little recourse to hasten their release.

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Pakistan floods expose the wrath of climate crisis on unprepared nations [Image via Al Jazeera]
Beyond SAT
Mariam Shah

Climate Crisis and Floods: Natural Disaster or Own Folies?

Despite the attention the world is now giving to the catastrophic floods in Pakistan, the question of responsibility and early prevention is still not ruled out. Lack of preventive strategies at home and indifference of the global powers to climate change remain the leading factors that brought on this havoc on vulnerable populations.

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How the U.S. Is Dragging China in Its Dirty Blame Game

Russia-Ukraine crisis has fully exposed the penetrability of Cold War mentality in the consciousness of the US and the West. Perceiving China as a close ally of Russia, the US has directed its venom and blame game at China. This attitude is counter-productive for the peace the US and the West desire in Ukraine.

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