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April 20, 2021

Author: Rajib Neupane, Research Trainee at AIDIA Hinduism is native to Indian subcontinent. However, due to centuries long Muslim rule and British colonization, today’s India is the product of Hindu, Muslim and British cultural diffusion. The…

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April 13, 2021

We are passing through critical moments in humankind’s history, where wars, threats, killings, aggression, coercion, instability, extremism, and terrorim are common phenomena. The media is full of negative news and incidents. Such events like the…

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April 8, 2021

More than 25 years after the Dayton Accords which ended the largest genocide in Europe since World War II, modern day Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is still dominated by ethnocentric rhetoric and divisions along ethnic lines. The country is run by an…

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April 7, 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted many governments to foster domestic tourism and avoid long-distance holidays. In such circumstances, a number of citizens have (re-)discovered their homeland, with Muscovites having realized that Mount Elbrus in the…

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April 3, 2021

A well-known Russian policy shaper and Dean of one of Moscow's most prominent universities once described U.S.-Russia relations to me as "two people walking side by side with a gun to the head and a pistol to the hip."Indeed, in mainstream U.S…

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April 2, 2021

31 March 2021The Deep Cuts Commission believes the United Kingdom’s new nuclear policies to increase the limit of its overall nuclear stockpile to 260 warheads and to make its nuclear posture more opaque complicate efforts to advance multilateral nuclear…

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April 1, 2021

Historical navalism, “navigare necesse est”
One of the America’s greatest military strategists, Alfred Thayer Mahan, in his book “The Influence of Sea Power upon History” about a hundred years ago, saw the value of world oceans and activity there as the…

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March 28, 2021

The last couple of years I have experienced Russian soft power firsthand through various NGO-programs. Here is what I learned – and how I was influenced.By Celine Emma la Cour, a student of Political Science at University of Copenhagen and member of the…

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March 27, 2021

The world is facing new global security threats. Great power and regional tensions are on the rise. The post-World War II security architecture is disintegrating. Six institutions from the U.S., Russia, and Europe join forces and ask the next generation…

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March 27, 2021

The Deep Cuts Project is happy to announce the launch of the new Young Deep Cuts Commission.This project aims to provide young arms control experts an independent, nongovernmental platform to develop and promote new ideas for the revitalization of…

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March 24, 2021

The notion of separatism is not new: ethnic minorities have been struggling to gain independence in various regions around the world for ages. As the majority of the modern states is not ethnically homogeneous, many have a potential of an arising…

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March 21, 2021

Dr. Salam Al Rabadi. Water gap has become one of the most important dialectics that arise in international relations, to the point of believing that the coming wars will be primarily wars and competition over water resources. Consequently, water…

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