The primary objective of having a presence in the Indo-Pacific is to stop the rise of rival countries in the area that could harm US’ international priorities.
Author: Imran SALIM
Many regions of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan could run out of drinking and irrigation water within the next 10 to 20 years.
The effects of climate change have been widespread in recent years, from increasingly severe floods in India and Pakistan to growing water scarcity in Central Asia.
The G20 summit in Delhi showcased the solidarity of the Global South in safeguarding its economic rights and emphasized a refusal to focus solely on the “Ukrainian agenda.”
Viewing China as a major strategic competitor to the US, Washington should align its foreign policy with this reality.
The Vietnamese government has concerns about too close relations with the USA and their consequences for domestic political processes.
A very important and promising route, the “North-South”, that has been undeservedly given insufficient attention until recently.
For China, its sovereignty over Taiwan is undisputable, but the U.S. has no intention of allowing Taipei to fall under Beijing’s control.
Another acute political crisis in Pakistan was primarily caused by the rapid deterioration of socioeconomic conditions.
After Ukraine, the greatest number of large American bio-laboratories has opened in Kazakhstan, which is not surprising given the long border with Russia
The U.S. military and biological programs in Ukraine and other post-Soviet countries are aimed at developing biological weapons.
The activities of American military biologists to create new viruses have demonstrated their ability to destabilize the world.