DIPLOMATIC TIES BETWEEN REPUBLIC OF KOREA AND JAPAN: HOW JAPANESE COLONIALISM INFLUENCED THEIR POST COLONIAL RELATIONSHIP

Japanese Imperialism and Annexation of Korea: 1905 The strategic importance of the Korean Peninsula has enacted as the bridge between Asia mainland and Japan. It was believed that dominance over the Korean Peninsula signified influence over East Asia. It was during 1876 that diplomatic ties between both the countries were

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INDIA AND MALDIVES: A NATURAL RELATIONSHIP

The relationship between India and Maldives isn’t something which takes India to a much stronger position internationally, but it is as natural as it comes and does help India develop in the region.  To give a little background, India and Maldives share a cordial relationship which is owed to the

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CHINA’S POSITION IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY: THE IMPACTS OF CURRENT TENSION ON TRADE AND WORLD ECONOMY

China is a country located in East Asia with a population of around 1.4 billion, making it the world’s most populous country. It is the third-largest country in terms of area. China’s landscape is vast and diverse. It emerged as one of the first civilisations in the fertile basin of the

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THE EVOLVING ROLE OF NATO: A BRIEF HISTORY & FUTURE CHALLENGES

The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation or NATO which was established in April of 1949, continues to remain an important player in affairs of security and peace in the world stage, although it has significantly moved away from its earlier narrow definition of the largest military cooperation group of the world. 

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LADAKH INTRUSION: SWERVING FROM AN UNCARING TOWARDS A DANCING DRAGON, YET TREACHEROUS

China’s recent move for de-escalation was a massive swerve from its vehement actions, visible since last couple of weeks near the de facto border between India and China in Ladakh. The world is facing a severe pandemic which is alleged to be “Made In China”. However, amid a disaster, we

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NEPAL CONTROVERSIAL MAP: KATHMANDU UNDER THE DRAGON’S SWAY?

The current proximity being observed between Nepal and China especially amid Kathmandu’s recent step of restructuring its national map, have led New Delhi to restructure its strategy in the Himalayas. We saw a major decision taken by the Nepal government to depict Kalapani, Limpyadhura and Lipulekh as its own territory

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