Bunkerization and The Local Turn: Facilitating local voices in UN peacekeeping through peacekeeping economies.

By Swati Lakshmi Batchu
Benjamin Valentino perhaps puts it most succinctly that since the bloody wars of the 20th century no sane person can deny “the veracity of the roman proverb “man is a wolf to man” (Valentino, 2014). Although the world today sees fewer wars than it has ever seen before, the wars are painfully intractable...

Cyber Terrorism and Social Media Weaponization

By Anushka Saraswat
The internet has triggered an information revolution in the world which has forced the individuals and the states to rethink strategies on how to manage information and engage in an increasingly interconnected world. The advent of the internet has created a new biosphere of information flow, in which information hierarchies and unprecedented access to infinite knowledge is consequential...

A failing Iraq under lockdown

By Priyanka Lohia
Iraq, an almost failed state, has seen 17 years of brutality and destruction; killing people in thousands. To add to the years of agony, Iraq continues with its lockdown, initially announced on March 22nd due to the life-threatening Covid-19. As per records, the virus has affected 2,913 Iraqis as of now but in reality, it’s affected the whole nation...

Collaboration, Co-operation and the costs involved between countries and WHO

By Abhumanyu Agarwal
The World Health Organisation declared the Coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic on 11th March 2020. Yes, people, it is that bad. However, at the time of writing, it is going to get worse, much worse. This article looks at International collaboration in the fight against coronavirus, the idea is to shed light at how countries are fighting this pandemic, the ways of, and the costs involved in making the cure and finally the efficiency of collaboration between countries along with the role of technology in combating the pandemic...