Book Review I UN Peacekeeping Operations in Somalia 1992- 1995: A Pakistani...

Author : Dr. Tughral Yamin Publisher: Paramount  Books (PVT.) Ltd. YEAR: 2019 ISBN: 978-969-637-522-7 Ailiya Naqvi  Shouldering  a  Huge and  Dangerous  Load for  the UN :Assessing  Pakistan's Critical  Role  in Somalia “I assure you that any U.S....

Pakistan-China Coordination on Afghanistan

Ghulam Ali US President Donald Trump made a surprise visit to Afghanistan on 28 November. Last year, his Administration started negotiations with Taliban and then cancelled them, rather suddenly. Trump...

Under RSS’ Modi, India is No Longer Rising

Adil Sultan India’s shift from ‘secularism’ to ‘fascism’ is a result of the overriding influence of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) ideologues within the BJP hierarchy that has exposed the...
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Gilgit-Baltistan in the Crosshair: Know Your Enemy

Muhammad Sharreh Qazi  ‘Know the enemy and know yourself; in a hundred battles you will never be in peril. When you are ignorant of the enemy, but know yourself, your...
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The Russo-Indian Partnership & the Changing Balance of Power in Eurasia

Andrew Korybko  Russia and India's "global partnership" is tilting the balance of power in Eurasia against China as Moscow opens up doors for New Delhi in the Arctic, Northeast Asia,...

Kashmir – Under a Cloud of Depression

Salma Malik  “When you make a peaceful revolution impossible, you are making a violent revolution inevitable.” J F Kennedy Last I approached the red zone of Pakistan’s capital city Islamabad, a...

Interview with H.E. Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Pakistan

Pakistan Politico - Exclusive Interview Ambassador Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul is the Turkish Ambassador in Islamabad since 2018. Amb. Yurdakul is a career diplomat and has served in various world capitals...

India and China’s Environmental Governance: One Step Forward, One Step Backward

 Rabia Zaid India and China’s economic boom, sustained and supported by rapid industrialization is resulting in a multifold of environmental problems. The two countries are top emitters of carbon dioxide...

What Stall’s China’s Rise?

Paul Antonopoulos When analysing the geopolitical reality of the decline of the U.S. global domination, both the rapidity of its fall and the speed in the rise of its competitors ...

The Taliban and Afghanistan’s Gordian Knot

Qadir Khan Yousafzai The inveterate depredation in Afghanistan has been a costly affair for all stakeholders and those involved in conflict-resolution efforts. The resolution of the decades-long Afghan quagmire...

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Come September: Holding Stakeholders Responsible for the Chaos in Afghanistan

Rabia Akhtar  Exploring Competing Regional Interests Before we explore potential openings in the competing interests of South and Central Asian neighbors that Afghanistan has, we need...

Debating Comprehensive Security in Pakistan

Syed Ali Zia Jaffery Much before becoming the country’s premier, Imran Khan, delivering a keynote address at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, said: “food security...

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....
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