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Lithium Geopolitics

Lithium Geopolitics Heavy Competition for the Lightest Metal Anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions since the industrial revolution have driven large increases in the atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O).  According to scientists, these gases, along with other sources of GHG emissions, are extremely likely …

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Biden Administration’s National Security Strategy & Great Power Confrontation

Biden Administration’s National Security Strategy & Great Power Confrontation Biden administration’s new National Security Policy (NSS) offers a realistic view of Washington’s foreign policy and international conduct. It highlights that despite numerous domestic problems, the US remains a mighty, successful and durable great power that pragmatically, consistently and doggedly pursues …

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How Can A Nation Prosper

How Can A Nation Prosper A high literacy rate is the fundamental driver of positive change in the socio-economic framework of a country. It ensures the improvement of the healthcare system of the country as literate people are more aware of the prevention and cure of diseases. A high literacy …

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LIVING INDUS INITIATIVE Addressing the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution Salient Features Living Indus is an umbrella initiative that spearheads and consolidates new and existing projects. Many of these aim to increase flood resilience in the Indus basin in Pakistan, while restoring it to good …

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Climate Colonialism

Climate Colonialism The ‘Climate Change Dictionary’ is all about the buzzwords in the global politics of climate change, and climate colonialism is making all the waves recently. The concept of climate colonialism has become increasingly prevalent in international discussions, with the media reporting a heated debate over compensation for climate …

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Confucius and Our Brain Drain

Confucius and Our Brain Drain Revered Chinese philosopher, who is often portrayed as a teacher, advisor, philosopher and reformer, Confucius believed that those who aspired to command others must cultivate discipline and moral authority in themselves. Confucius lived in a period of the Zhou dynasty when China had splintered into …

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