In the evolving Indo-Pacific landscape, Bangladesh's strategic survival depends on the deft navigation of the heightened rivalry between the United States and China. Focusing on the economic realm of an Indo-Pacific partnership will allow Bangladesh to grow its economic relationship while avoiding being bogged in the great power struggle.
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Vietnam’s Public Diplomacy Post Covid-19
Even without an official name or recognition, public diplomacy has actively contributed to Vietnam’s nation branding by engaging with both domestic and international publics. In this branding, Vietnam's fast and efficient response to Covid-19 and its active diplomatic agenda have been prominent.
The Unholy Nexus Between the Monks and Military in Myanmar
Washington's Awkward Line on ICC and Russian War Crimes
The US response to the International Criminal Court (ICC or Court) prosecution of Russian war crimes reveals the contortions of long-held and selective reasoning on international legal obligations. Choosing to support longstanding policy may ultimately end in a win for Russian aggression.
At the First Australia-India Annual Meeting, Albanese and Modi Commit to Strengthening Economic Ties
Blanket of Silence: Dealing with Sexual Violence in Conflict
In Nigeria, an ongoing 13-year armed conflict in the Northeast and persistent incidents of violence in some parts of the Northwest and South have resulted in a range of humanitarian consequences. For many, especially women and girls, living in the crossfire may best be described as a smothering experience.