geo-economics

Climatic politics in World politics!

The unseasonably hot, unseasonably cold,  torrential rainfall, floods,  or so scarcity of rainfall that no agricultural production farmers get from their lands are nowadays the clear symptoms of climatic changes and shifts that all humans are now facing on this planet Earth.  These changes may not only pose a threat to the economic, political, food, […]

The multiplying African Coups

The French word coup dā€™Ć©tat or simply coup as is prevalent in common usage is a sudden and forceful overthrow of a country’s political system either by military or civilian officials of the country under one pretext or another. The third world and underdeveloped countries are most prone to this malady.  The African countries with […]

Curve of Hindutva from India to Nepal

The Himalayan landlocked country, Nepal, is bordered on three sides by India encompassing it with its 1770-kilometre border.  While China shares a 1390-kilometre border with it only on the north side.  Being declared a secular country in the 2015 Constitution of the country, there is a more salient rise in the use of religion for […]

BRICS expansion; from unipolarity to multipolarity

Heraclitus was right when he said they you cannot win in the same river twice! No doubt the river would remain the same but the water that you dive in has flown and now you diving into new freshwater of the very same river.  The same is the problem or nature of the world and […]

China, Iran, and Saudi Arabia: linning from East Asia to West Asia

Iran-Saudi confrontation also sometimes referred to as the Persian-Arab conflict had deep historical roots that go back to the conquest of Persia by the Rashidun Caliphate in the 7th century resulting in the fall of both the Sasanian Empire and the Zoroastrian religion. Thus this term, Persian-Arab or Iran-Saudi conflict as nowadays used collates within […]

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