Vanishing Jain Temples of Thar Desert

It was December 2010 when after a day-long drive and visiting various historical sites on the way from Karachi, the southern port city of Sindh province of Pakistan, me and…

Hydropower Plant Discussions in Central Asia

Akmaral SABATAR, The MagazineN, Kyrgyzstan The Rogun Hydropower Plant (HPP) is being constructed on the Vakhsh River in the Pamir Mountain, Tajikistan. The dam will be the world’s tallest one…

The New World Literary Voice from Nigeria

Interviewed by: Ashraf Aboul-Yazid (Dali) Abubakar Adam Ibrahim is a Nigerian writer and journalist. He is the author of the novel Season of Crimson Blossoms (published by Cassava Republic Press,…

Where did Somonids (Samanids) Rulers of Bukhara Disappear?

Sultan Ismail Samani established the foundations of ruling Sammanid dynasty in Bukhara which ruled from 875 to 1004 AD over regions of Central Asia that now comprise modern Uzbekistan, Tajikistan,…

Troubles ahead?

A new U.S. President has been elected, and this time the world’s most powerful job went to, should we say, a rather unconventional person. Indeed, a former real estate tycoon…

Is Democracy Consolidating in Georgia?

According to the preliminary results provided by the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Georgia, as an outcome of the Parliamentary Elections held on October 8, 2016, three parties would enter…

Any provocation can be used for changing the regional status quo

The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is a territorial and ethnic conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which is de-facto, controlled by the self-declared “Nagorno-Karabakh Republic”, but it’s internationally recognized as an inseparable part of Azerbaijan. In 1993, the United…

Afghanistan’s Future in the World Politics: The Prestige War

Afghanistan was one of the places where Russia and the United Kingdom clashed during the 19th century. This geopolitical rivalry went down in history as “The Great Game.” The United…

“There are similarities between Georgians and Koreans”

We had an interview with Ann Yang who is an international development practitioner. She is currently getting her Master of Arts degree in Washington, DC on International Development Studies, while…

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