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  • Nigeria - Free Now?

    Africa / Nigeria - Free Now?

    After independence in 1960, unfortunately the conditions of the common Nigerian remained just as squalid as were before independence – the reason being the replacement of slavery and palm-produce with an even deadlier product – Oil.

  • Ports and Pipelines

    Global Phenomenon / Ports and Pipelines

    This essay presents an analysis of upcoming ports and pipelines projects in terms of geostrategic implications,focusing in the end on Pakistan's CPEC project.

  • Why India Looks Agitated?

    India / Why India Looks Agitated?

    Analysis of geopolitical pros and cons of India's agitation on Pakistan over issues in the Occupied Kashmir and how effective this agitation is if at all.

  • Turkey on the Fault Lines

    Middle East / Turkey on the Fault Lines

    Turkey has been on the fault lines before, but rapidly changing geopolitics has placed it in a dangerous position today.

  • Syria – In the Arab World

    Middle East / Syria – In the Arab World

    It is easy to understand that a nation that had been fighting for several decades, first against the Turks and then against the French for independence, self-determination and for an Islamic Arabism – that it would never be happy under a minority control – a minority of heterodox Muslims, that many Sunni Arabs did not even accept to be an authentic form of Islam – many Syrian Sunnis regard the Alawite as a sect more heretical than the Jews.