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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,...

Gilgit-Baltistan and the Geopolitics of the Third Pole

Kashif Hussain The vast glaciers of the Himalayas, Karakoram, Hindu Kush, and Pamirs, spreading across the highlands of Central and South Asia, are considered...

Of Irresponsibility and War-Fighting: India’s No, First Use Doctrine

Syed Ali Zia Jaffery  In the midst of mounting tensions between nuclear-armed rivals, India and Pakistan, apprehensions about deterrence stability on the Sub-Continent have risen. Days after the start of...

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 geopolitical competition in the Indo-Pacific...
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 of Iraq in 2003. When...

High Stakes for Ankara in Syria

Qadir Khan Yousafzai America had announced its troop withdrawal from the Middle East at the pretext of defeating ISIS however, we see that it has further entangled itself in the...

Hangor Day: A Glorious Reminiscence

Hassan Zaib After gaining independence, Pakistan realized that, in order to endure and safeguard . freedom, it ought to attain a strategic wherewithal to thwart malicious designs of its enemy....

U.S.-Iran Tensions: The Ambit of the Iranian Response

Huma Baqai The war of words is already in full swing between Washington and Tehran, coupled with dangerous armed mobilization. Washington has sought NATO’s help to build anti-Tehran coalition, which...

AMAN-21, Pakistan Navy, and the Narrative of Peace

Shabnam Fazal With the increasing reliance of countries on Indian Ocean trade routes due to the rising energy needs, non-traditional maritime threats have increased tremendously. To combat  these threats, states-led...

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...

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Exploring Responsible Practices in Crisis Prevention & Management

Sameer Ali Khan Earlier this year, the British American Security Information Council (BASIC), Institute for Conflict Cooperation and Security...

Beyond Sanctions: Revisiting the Pak-US Narrative on Pakistan’s 26th Nuclear Anniversary

Rabia Akhtar The nuanced narrative of U.S.-Pakistan relations, particularly regarding Pakistan's nuclear development, offers a complex interplay between geopolitical...

Beyond the Smokescreen of Modi’s Election Rhetoric

Nidaa Shahid With the Indian election season in full swing, the incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again...
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