Turkey-Greece standoff: Rivalry in East Mediterranean

By Vishal Rajput
In International relations, Samuel P. Huntington’s thesis of the clash of civilizations (Huntington, 1993, pp. 22-49) clearly characterizes the historical antagonism between contemporary Turkey and Greece where they both shares the distinct civilizations where the former is dominated by ‘Sunni’ Muslims and the latter consists of overwhelming Christians....

Women In Transition: ‘The Case of Saudi Arabia’

By Shukria Yari
Women are considered to be second class citizens across the world. They have also been exposed to unfair treatment and deprived of several things in society ranging from freedom of speech to choice of marriage, travel, employment, healthcare facilities, inequality in divorce, education, political decision making, and so on....

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...