In this conversation with geopolitical analyst Mark Kinra, Mr Hakeem Baloch, President, BNM-UK Zone, and Ms Kiran Nazish, Journalist and Founder-Director, CFWIJ, bring to light the various aspects, dreams and stories of Ms Karima Baloch, and the inspiration she serves to countless of Baloch women and freedom fighters.
Mark Kinra, Jacob Zucker and Sugandh P Ojha discuss the natural rivalry between Iran and UAE induced by geography, the Abraham Accords signed by UAE and Israel, and Iran’s shifting of gears in response.
Gauri Noolkar-Oak discusses with Mr Amara Thiha, who leads the China Research Desk at Myanmar Institute of Peace and Security, the various ways in which Myanmar is exercising caution in its engagement with China.
Geopolitical analyst Mark Kinra discusses the latest conflict and ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan with Prof. Ali Omidi of University of Isfahan, Iran, and Ms Aditi Bhaduri, Founder-Editor of International Affairs Review, New Delhi.
Gauri Noolkar-Oak talks to Mr Binoj Basnyat, a veteran of the Nepali Army and a geopolitical analyst, about what China’s friendship means for smaller countries like Nepal, and how they should be navigating through it.
Gauri Noolkar-Oak talks to Dr Imtiaz Ahmed, Professor of International Relations at the University of Dhaka in Bangladesh, about Bangladesh’s view on China’s infrastructure projects on its rivers, and its approach towards balancing relations with India and China.