Flashback 2018

Flashback 2018- Foreign Policy Challenges for Pakistan and The Way Forward

Hamzah Rifaat Hussain In 2018, the world witnessed the rise of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf with its Chairman Imran Khan becoming the Prime Minister of the country. With a new,...

FATF and Pakistan: The Hard Choices

Hassan Aslam Shad Pakistan remaining in the Financial Action Task Force’s grey list, despite its unprecedented progress in implementing the 27-point action plan did...

A Relationship that Was Not to Be

Raoof Hasan The canvas of foreign policy is as vast as one’s mind may stretch it. Forever studded with possibilities, it encompasses multiple options,...

Book Review | Diplomatic Footprints

Diplomatic Footprints Author: Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhary ISBN: 978-969-35-3368-2 Publisher: Sang-e-Meel Publications Syed Ali Zia Jaffery

Reimagining Pak-U.S. Relations

Rabia Akhtar Remarks on ‘Pakistan-U.S. Ties’ by Prof. Dr. Rabia Akhtar, Director CSSPR, University of Lahore, given at the Third Public Hearing of the...

From Conflict to Peace: Recalibrating Pak-Afghan Relations

Syed Ali Zia Jaffery  Recently, it was announced that, Pakistan's Prime Minister, Imran Khan, will visit Kabul later this month. This would be PM Khan's first official visit to Afghanistan...

Less dependence on China. Berlin should look to Pakistan.

Rabia Akhtar, head of the Centre for Security, Strategy and Policy at the University of Lahore, explains exactly how. (The article was originally...
Middle East

Pakistan’s Diplomatic Challenges in the Middle East

  Riaz Khokhar One of the key challenges to Pakistan’s foreign policy relates to how it navigates its policy in the volatile Middle East. In this regard, balancing its relations with...

Oral History Interview with Amb.Shamshad Ahmad Khan, Former Foreign Secretary of Pakistan

Amb. Shamshad Ahmad Khan is Pakistan's former Foreign Secretary, who currently is the Chairman of the Lahore Center For Peace Research (LCPR). In his illustrious 4-decade long career, he...
Yemen

The Might of Petro Dollar: Why Saudi Arabia Can Continue Its Atrocities in Yemen?

  Paul Antonopoulos Back in April 2018,  The United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres explained at a conference in Geneva that three-quarters of the Yemeni population were in desperate need of...

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Indo-Pacific Geopolitics: Power, Presence, and Partnerships

Rabia Akhtar https://asia.fes.de/news/geopolitical-competition-indo-pacific Take a look at the fascinating map depicting the...

Making Sense of Middle East’s Conflict Dynamics

Mariam Shah Since October 7, 2023, the Middle East has seen a surge in conflicts and geopolitical tensions....

America’s Overstretch and Europe’s Growing Strategic Anxiety

Marc Saxer Few security risks cause as much of a headache for the strategists in Beijing as the Strait...
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