Polarization; left-right, up & down

A Quick point… The term polarization is routinely used in a variety of ways, underscoring the importance of defining the term clearly and distinguishing among types or defining signs of polarization. Broadly, polarization refers to a state in which the opinions, feelings, behaviours, or interests of a group or society become more bimodal and the […]

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 […]

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