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Month: August 2020

Djibouti: A Busy Hub of Foreign Military Bases on the Horn of Africa by Youssef Igrouane | Jul 11, 2019

The small East African country of Djibouti has become a significant military base for various world powers. Djibouti, A barren landscape Growing tensions around the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden have drawn competing international powers to Djibouti and highlighted the Gulf countries’ keen interest in the region. Djibouti’s strategic location on the Horn …

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Hegemony, power, and hybrid war Posted on 22 Nov 2018 Elinor Sloan

https://doc-research.org/2018/11/hegemony-power-hybrid-war/ Governance & Diplomacy Expert comments One of the salient features of the contemporary global landscape is that key state actors are seeking novel ways through which to maintain, achieve, or reestablish hegemony at the regional or global level. ‘Hegemony’, here, refers to a state exercising preponderant influence over another actor or actors, usually one …

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Online Education cannot be a substitute for the ‘Inclusive Classroom’ Education in post Covid-19 World in India — by Badre Alam Khan — June 25, 2020

Online Education cannot be a substitute for the ‘Inclusive Classroom’ Education in post Covid-19 World After the announcement of strict lockdown by PM Modi from 24th March 2020, Public Universities, Colleges, and Schools had been completely closed down and supposed to follow the guidelines and advisory issued by Central governments that led to the suspension …

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Chinese Hybrid Warfare Sergio Miracola | 21 December 2018

https://www.ispionline.it/en/pubblicazione/chinese-hybrid-warfare-21853 After Russia’s annexation of Crimea, a new military jargon appeared on the strategic studies scene: hybrid warfare. It has been used since then as a theoretical framework to depict a new way of conducting warfare. Unlike asymmetric warfare, which simply relies on the use of the so-called indirect approach – e.g. non-conventional means of …

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