Revisiting Rajapaksha’s Reign: Saga of unrest and collapse

Not long ago, the Rajapaksha brothers were seen as war heroes by the Sinhalese majority. Mahinda Rajapaksha was elected president of Sri Lanka in 2005. Under his administration, the military managed to stop the South Asian nation’s almost three-decades-long civil … Continue reading Revisiting Rajapaksha’s Reign: Saga of unrest and collapse

Why troop withdrawal not that easy? Analyzing truce in Afghanistan

On February 29, US’s and Taliban’s representatives signed a peace agreement that assures complete US troops withdrawal from Afganistan within 14 months. This agreement came after months of exertion from both sides. However, shelling from the Taliban’s side and the … Continue reading Why troop withdrawal not that easy? Analyzing truce in Afghanistan

City Case: Beirut | Tax intifada, Taif Agreement & Hezbollah

In October 2019, a series of non-sectarian protests commenced in Lebanon following the economic crises and other government failures. Across the nation, schools have closed, banks shut down, and shortages of fuel and other imports were reported across the nation. … Continue reading City Case: Beirut | Tax intifada, Taif Agreement & Hezbollah