“Softness” of Soft Power and its Conquest for Hard Power

“Diplomacy is the art of restraining power” -- Henry Kissinger With the growing rivalries and all-time high trade and...

Indian Climb as a Defense Exporter – Overcoming the Competitive Disadvantage

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Indian Ocean Rim Association was born to develop a socio-economic cooperation in the Indian Ocean Rim region. Amongst the members, India and...

India Mauritius Maritime Relations

India's definition of the Indo-Pacific region extends from the East coast of Africa to the West Coast of America's. The adoption of...

Czech Republic Economy and COVID-19

The economy of the Czech Republic is a highly prosperous, export-driven market economy, and the Czech Republic is widely considered to be...

CZECHIA – INDIA BILATERAL RELATIONS

The landlocked European nation, the Czech Republic, and the South Asian giant, India share a noteworthy relation. Even though the Czech Republic...

Russia and Its Relations with OPEC As A Non-Member State

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In the past few years, Russia has seen a major rise in power both economically and politically and has become the world’s...

India-China relations: Understanding the territorial dispute

On 15 June 2020, when India was amidst of global pandemic and whole country was fighting COVID-19, there was a different fight...

Mauritius-India Partnership

Mauritius, often referred to as the "star and key of Indian Ocean", shares a special relationship with India. India and Mauritius are...

Inheritance of Mujibism: A Daughter Enthused Over the Dream of Golden Bangla

If one were to use a metaphor for the personality of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Bangabandhu; perhaps one could say that he was...

Does Soft Power Work in the Hard World

A country’s soft power is its ability to make friends and influence people - not through military might, but through its most...

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