Analysis and Policy

Duterte’s Drug War Wins Praise From Sri Lanka, Thus Demonstrating That Black Propaganda Against Duterte Has Failed

Few nations know the horrors of a sustained war on terror as does Sri Lanka. Between 1983 and 2009 Sri Lanka authorities faced an insurgency led by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) that cost over 100,000 lives. As the narcotics trade remains one of the most valuable sources of funding […]

John Bolton is on Thin Ice as Trump and Erdoğan Rebuke His Unilateral Attempt to Change US Policies

US President Donald Trump has held another phone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan that has been hailed as a success by both sides. Speaking before members of his AK Party, Erdoğan stated that the US leader remains fully committed to an orderly US withdrawal that is coordinated with the Turkish […]

If India is Afraid of Large Funerals in Kashmir – IOK Forces Must Cease Being a Cause of Such Funerals

On Sunday, thousands of Kashmiris marched to Sugan in the Shopian district of the Vale of Kashmir, where they attended funeral prayers for Zeenat ul-Islam, a prominent Kashmiri who was killed by the armed forces of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) on Saturday. While the funeral for ul-Islam saw multiple Kashmiris vent their rage, […]

Deng Xiaoping’s Managed Growth Policies Have Readied China to Maximise The Benefits of the AI Revolution

At the end of the 1970s, 88% of China’s population lived in poverty. With more mouths to feed than food and other resources to comfortably go around, reformist leader Deng Xiaoping introduced temporary population planning measures which limited urban and some rural households to having one child. Although many reported […]