Desperate Measures: The Effects of Economic Isolation on Warrying Powers.

Erik Sand. Scholars and strategists have long debated whether cutting off an opponent’s trade is an effective strategy in war. In this debate, success or failure has usually been judged based on whether the state subjected to economic isolation surrenders Read More …

Revelations and Opportunities: What the United States Can Learn From The Sino-Indian Crisis.

By Sameer Lalwani. Strategists of governance, economics, and geopolitics have long known that a crisis is a terrible thing to waste. The Sino-Indian border crisis, which now seems under control, is no different. Scuffles in mid-May between Chinese and Indian troops appeared to escalate with People’s Liberation Read More …

Covid-19 Challenges: Will China’s Debt Relief to Africa Work?

By Allawi Ssemanda As a result of restless calls for debt relief for African countries due to the inevitable economic meltdown brought about by Covid-19, China’s Debt relief plan for Africa is steadily emerging. It is believed that China is Read More …