September 19, 2023

Roman Empire, Military Coups in Africa: The Parallel Echoes of History?

The Roman Empire, at its height, was a formidable ancient superpower that spanned three continents. It boasted advanced infrastructure, sophisticated governance, and a rich cultural legacy. Its dominance in the Mediterranean world and beyond shaped history for centuries, but it eventually succumbed to internal strife, economic challenges, and external pressures, leading to its gradual decline […]

September 1, 2023

Edge of the Abyss: Superpowers Confront War’s Shadow

In a sobering acknowledgment of the escalating tensions between the world’s two superpowers, both China and the United States have publicly recognized that their ongoing disputes have reached a point where the risk of war is not just theoretical, but increasingly plausible. The last few years have seen a series of confrontations, trade wars, and […]

September 1, 2023

BRICS…might need a New name

After the recent summit in South Africa, it became evident that things might have to evolve. In the lexicon of global geopolitics, the acronym “BRICS”, which stands for Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, has been a pivotal representation of the shift from a Western-dominated world order to a more multi-polar one. However, with […]

Can Trump Win the GOP Nomination While Facing Legal Trouble?

As the GOP nomination process gains momentum, former President Donald Trump’s legal challenges seem to be colliding with this crucial timeline. US District Judge Tanya Chutkan has slated the commencement of jury selection for the election interference and civil rights case in Washington, DC for March 4, 2024. Interestingly, Super Tuesday will follow shortly after, […]