Humans have been on a constant quest of finding a better tomorrow. Philosophers, economists and seers, all have defined their own scales of measuring human development and growth since ages. But are we doing it right?
Over the last few years, we have seen an overtly hostile China taking on many countries at the same time world at large has turned vary of the country. But why?
What are the reasons for the shortcomings of democratic societies like the US and Europe vis-à-vis authoritarian regimes like China and North Korea in crisis management?
Multiple advisories over the last week claim that state actors and criminal groups are targeting institutions on the front line of the Covid-19 response.
President Vladimir Putin has backed Xi Jinping’s China against the West’s allegation that the virus originated from a lab in Wuhan. But he has also recently sent medical aid to the US. Is he really backing China, or adhering to some other narrative?
Above all else, President Donald Trump hailed “Make America Great Again!” as his biggest promise while electioneering. But Trump administration’s vision for America veers in the direction of isolationism that has a long history.
Contaminated drug shipments from China have forced lawmakers worldwide to give serious thought to the threat of weaponized medicine.
Making his administration in the White House a family affair, Trump is ‘setting an example’ as to how nepotism is not the solution to deal with a pandemic.
China can’t win a military conflict with the US but it certainly can screw Trump in the region it bosses around.