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Frontline Gist: Issue July 22, 2016 Brexit Shock How Union was formed? (Related Article: What next for E.U., by Jayati Ghosh, Page no. 15) 6 founding
It is argued and that too with much evidence that the 21st century will be defined by conflicts not centered around economic, ideological or even poli
Non-Alignment Movement (NAM) was originated by 25 nations at Belgrade conference. India was among the founding member of NAM. It was started by the Th
After a brief explanation of the concept of "Diplomacy", the article seeks to explain the context, the concept, the emergence, and operation of "Propa
As per UNDP, China’s phenomenal success in achieving ‘Millennium Developmental Goals’ and ameliorating the poverty levels can be attributed to the suc
G-20(Group of 20 economic powerful countries) summit concluded in the beautiful southern Chinese city of Hangzhou. After completing 17 years of journe
Sunshine countries also known as ‘Suryaputra’ (sons of the sun) are the countries that lie either completely or partly between the Tropic of Cancer an
Baluchistan is in conflict with Pakistan Government since 1947. The cause of conflict along with ethnicity includes economic and political exclusion.
Anti-globalised sentiments on the rise or are we heading towards a deglobalised world? Experts believe that the recent Brexit would likely trigger a w
The Arctic is warming faster than anywhere else on the planet. The melting of Arctic sea ice in recent years has prompted many nations, principally th
Against the backdrop of an increasingly hostile Russia-NATO relationship, the dynamics of European defence is likely to change on account of ‘Brexit’.
The furtherance of national interests of ones country while negotiating relations with foreign nations depends on the nation's economic might and resp
History of Silk road: The Silk Road was a network of trade routes, formally established during the Han Dynasty. The road originated from Chang'an (now
Faced with acute shortage of pulses, India has reached out to Myanmar and Mozambique to explore possibilities of leasing out agricultural land to grow
The verdict of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague on July 12, 2016 in the case filed by The Philippines against China may prove to be a t
Shangri La Dialogue is a "Track One" inter-governmental security forum held annually. It is organized by IISS(International institute of strategic stu
Global summitry involves the architecture, institutions and, most critically, the political and policy behavior of the actors engaged in the influence
UK is going for a referendum on whether to remain within the European Union, or leave the organization(Bre-exit) and go it alone. This referendum is p
The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) is a group of states which are not formally aligned with or against any major power bloc. The organization was founded
Although the two terms may appear to be similar, yet there exists conceptual difference between the two. Globalism is much wider term in terms of its
More than seventy years have passed since the end of World War II, and no peace treaty has been concluded between Japan and the former Soviet Union. T
"Right", an ideology which is firstly used in Europe(France) starts deepening its roots in Europe because of various economic, political and regional
2015 is a defining period in West Asia’s latest turbulent phase. This year has seen some major changes like Iran Nuclear deal, muscular foreign policy
The Thirteenth Amendment (13A) to the Constitution of Sri Lanka is based on the Indo- Sri Lanka Accord which was signed between the Indian Prime Minis
There are several reasons why Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has chosen to enter the four-year-old Syrian civil war, first using warplanes, a
Europe is grappling for answers to its worst refugee crisis since World War-II with the crisis testing the unity of the 28-nation European Union and f
United States has harshly criticised the Russian bombing. It will lead Russia into a “quagmire”. For Secretary Carter, the bombing by Russ
The Japanese constitution, also known as the "Postwar Constitution"or the "Peace Constitution" was enacted on 3 May 1947,is most c
As European countries grapple with record numbers of desperate refugees and migrants clamouring to enter Europe, the continent's cherished system
With warming seas creating new opportunities at the top of the world, nations are scrambling over the Arctic — its territorial waters, transit r
Nepal’s Constituent Assembly has overwhelmingly approved a new constitution after seven years of painstaking efforts and deliberations, splittin
Yojana Gist: Issue March 2017 Budget 2017-18 Preface: Every issue of Yojana deals with a single topic comprehensively sharing...
On the surface, India's economy looks solid heading into 2016, with third quarter 2015 growth up 7.4% over third quarter 2014...
Frontline Gist: Issue February 17, 2017 Message from The Marina The unprecedented youth protest in Tamil Nadu demanding revoc...
The human development concept was developed by economist Mahbub ul Haq. At the World Bank in the 1970s, and later as minister...
How would you feel if your favourite celebrity had manipulated you? Had subconsciously persuaded you to purchase a product in...
Lying is probably one of the most common wrong acts that we carry out (one researcher has said 'lying is an unavoidable part ...
The third tier of governance have been often termed as an appendage since it continously lags in funds with respect to its de...
Prelude The condition of women started improving when issues related to them began to be raised by the socio-religious reform...
Frontline Gist:Issue February 3, 2017 Death in the Delta What constitutes Drought: (Related Article: What constitutes Drought...
Caste System: An Introduction One of the most distinctive features of the Indian society and culture has been the varna syste...
Women were traditionally at a disadvantage in most societies especially by the end of 17th century. The advent of Industrial ...
The Concept In broad terms civil society is commonly defined as the area outside family, market and state, encompassing a spe...
Global terrorism is one of the biggest threats of 21st century. Terrorism is defined as “calculated use of violence of threat...
The Revolt of 1857 is one of the most important chapters in the history of India’s struggle for freedom. There is a lack of c...
Frontline Issue: May 13,2016 : Quest for Equality Temple Entry for women: Analysis of the issue: The issue contains a detaile...
The World Happiness Report 2017 is produced by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), a global initiative laun...
The British Parliament has passed a bill that will allow Prime Minister to start talks to leave the European Union. The Queen...
Russia and China have vetoed a UN resolution to impose sanctions on Syria over the alleged use of chemical weapons during the...
A UN-established commission has issued a damning report on human rights violations in Syria’s war-ravaged Aleppo. Highlights ...
Fourth edition of India – CLMV (Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam) Business Conclave was held in Jaipur, capital of Raja...
New IMF Training and Technical Assistance Center (SARTTAC) was recently inaugurated in Delhi for Economic Capacity Building i...
India would host the negotiations for mega trade deal RCEP which aims at liberalising norms for trade in goods and services a...
Nepal, as the BIMSTEC chair, is scheduled to host the group’s summit this year, the first since the new government in India a...
The Turkish parliament has approved a constitutional reform bill that includes strengthening the powers of the presidency, a ...
Workshop on MSME Cooperation amongst Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) Member countries was recently held in India. This wo...