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Beyond the Age of Hegemony

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In the 16th century, Spain became the first global empire. By the 19th century, Britain became a global hegemon. After World War II, the US took over as the new global hegemon. Now...

A New Form of Legal Terrorism Against Men in India: Section...

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In 2005, in the case of Sushil Kumar vs. Union of India, the Supreme Court classified the misuse of Section 498A as legal terrorism....

How India Is Going Beyond Safety Nets to Economic Empowerment

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The evolution of welfare states from the Bismarckian model to contemporary iterations represents a broadening of perspectives on the state's role in social welfare...

Why Developing Countries Are Investing in Space Programs

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Regrettably, a segment of the British media believes that developing countries should focus all of their resources and efforts on poverty alleviation rather than...

Regulating Artificial Intelligence

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Unregulated AI poses a significant threat to individual privacy, autonomy, and societal harmony, eerily reminiscent of the Orwellian dystopia depicted in the classic novel,...

Manipur: Where Women Are Socialised in Patriarchy

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Patriarchy has been a dominant part of all cultures and India’s North East is no different. Patriarchy manifests itself even in the behavior, thinking,...

Relationship Between Cow and Krishna

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Krishna’s relationship with cows is the ultimate bond between man and animal. They are not his “pets”. He does not love them because they...

India is Always Sensitive to the Growing Influence of Third Powers...

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SD Muni is considered to be one of India’s foremost experts on the issue of Nepal. He taught for over 30 years at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University...






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Beyond the Age of Hegemony

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In the 16th century, Spain became the first global empire. By the 19th century, Britain became a global hegemon. After World War II, the US took over as the new global hegemon. Now...

How India Is Going Beyond Safety Nets to Economic Empowerment

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The evolution of welfare states from the Bismarckian model to contemporary iterations represents a broadening of perspectives on the state's role in social welfare...

What the FIFA World Cup can teach us about how to...

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Soccer is the most popular sport on the planet (outside of the United States), and the FIFA World Cup is thus possibly the largest...

Us Should Support Peace Talks Between Russia and Ukraine to End...

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Jeffrey D. Sachs is a world-renowned economics professor, bestselling author, innovative educator, and global leader in sustainable development. He is a University Professor at...