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Whither the International System Post Balakot Escalation?

Khalid Banuri  A substantial amount of opinions and reflections has been made in print and electronic media about the incidents that took place in South Asia during the last two...
Legal CBMs

International Humanitarian Law, Kashmir and Legal CBMs

Taimur Malik Pakistan and India came close to a war once again at the end of February 2019; a war that would have led to suffering, destruction and economic distress...
Caracas

The Crisis in Caracas

Hamzah Rifaat Hussain What has unfolded in Venezuela over the past few months is quite remarkable. Soaring inflation, chronic unemployment and pervasive corruption have emboldened the opposition to Nicolas Maduro’s...
Venezuela

From Syria to Venezuela: Trump, the Anti-War Pro-War President

Paul Antonopoulos US President Donald Trump began his political career with a bang and turned many heads with his contradictory and discriminatory statements against a whole host of minorities,...
INF Treaty

“Let’s get rid of all these things”: Europe and the end of the INF...

Giordana Pulcini The demise of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, sanctioned in early February by the US and Russia’s announcement that they will suspend their obligations under the pact,...
International Law

The Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty and the International Law

Kamran Adil While political analysis rules the analytical plane in International Relations; it leads to inchoate assessments.The point of departure in the debate surrounding purported withdrawal of the US from...

Africa in Search of Stability and Development: Challenges and Opportunities

Muhammad Ali  Since the turn of the 21st century, the world has refocused its attention on Africa’s attempts to deal with the challenges of national, regional and global security. There...

Will Africa’s Long-Serving Leaders Survive the People-Power Wave?

  Swaib K Nsereko Two long-serving African leaders were shaken late December 2018 and early January 2019. They are president Omar Hassan al-Bashir and president Ali Bongo of Sudan and Gabon...
African Potential

The African Potential

Zeeshan Shahid Khan Africa, the second largest continent in terms of area and population has been sitting on the sidelines of the developed and the developing world for over a...
Perception

China’s Perception of Central Asia

Saeed Afridi Throughout history the Asian continent has been a complex tapestry of competing empires, kingdoms and nomadic people and this has been more pronounced in the region commonly referred...

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Under the #Twitter @ Overhang Twitterflections from the Pulwama-Balakot Crisis

Salma Shaheen  Twitter has been very instrumental in escalating and de-escalating tensions during the Pulwama Crisis of 2019 between India and Pakistan which started after...
Islamic State's Threat

Tracing the Islamic State’s Threat

Qadir Khan Yousafzai The genesis of the Islamic State (ISIS), the world’s wealthiest and the strongest terrorist group, is traced back to the U.S. invasion...
Whither

Whither the International System Post Balakot Escalation?

Khalid Banuri  A substantial amount of opinions and reflections has been made in print and electronic media about the incidents that took place in South...
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