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Critical International Theory: A Comprehensive Exploration

Critical International Theory: A Comprehensive Exploration

Critical International Theory examines power dynamics, norms, and inequalities in global politics, emphasizing emancipation, social justice, and questioning dominant narratives. It scrutinizes how systems maintain hierarchies and advocates for transformative change toward equality and inclusivity. Critical International Theory Introduction: Critical International Theory, rooted in the neo-Marxist philosophy of the Frankfurt School, emerges as a dynamic ...

Raisina Dialogue

Raisina Dialogue: Navigating Global Challenges through Diplomacy and Discourse

Raisina Dialogue The Raisina Dialogue, established in 2016, has become India’s premier conference on geopolitics and geo-economics, providing a platform for high-level discussions on pressing global issues. Organized annually in New Delhi by the Ministry of External Affairs in collaboration with the Observer Research Foundation, this multi-stakeholder event brings together policymakers, business leaders, and experts ...

Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)

Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO): A Comprehensive Exploration of Its Evolution, Structures, and Global Impact

Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) stands as a multifaceted alliance, navigating the intricate intersections of politics, economics, and military affairs in the Eurasian region. This detailed examination delves into the historical origins, membership dynamics, key organizational structures, geopolitical significance, recent developments, and collaborative endeavors, providing a comprehensive understanding of the SCO’s ...

African Union

African Union: Shaping Unity, Prosperity, and Progress Across the Continent

African Union Introduction: The African Union (AU), a continental union comprising 55 member states, has emerged as a pivotal force in shaping Africa’s collective future. Formed as the successor to the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in 2002, the AU has set ambitious objectives, fostering unity, eliminating vestiges of colonization, and driving economic development. This ...

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