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    Hareem Aqdas

    Hareem Aqdas is a research associate with Strategic Vision Institute, Islamabad and a student of International Relations and Politics from Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad.

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  • Our Failing Deterrence Equation- Choosing Appeasement Over Reaction0

    by Hareem Aqdas 10 June 2020 Pakistan is currently under the weight of numerous issues. It is undoubtedly one of the hardest times we have faced as a nation in history. The leadership of country is greatly failing whilst losing its popularity and legitimacy robustly. Furthermore, issues that add fuel to this fire is the

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  • Transcending Borders0

    by Hareem Aqdas 31 July 2019 Usually the term of diplomacy is equated with a complex governmental framework with extended missions, official proceedings, treaties and much more- all part of a professional and complex system. It is generally thought that maintaining or restraining from relationships between two states is purely a state owned and worked

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  • CONFLICTING NEIGHBORS0

    Nowadays, the thrill of the Cricket World Cup 2019 has taken over all countries participating in the tournament. Each country is seen supporting its own team either by their physical presence on field or through social media, where a match other than the one payed on ground is played. The two South Asian neighbors, Pakistan

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  • The Durand Line Issue0

    The Durand Line is a 2,200-kilometre debated border between Pakistan and Afghanistan. It was set up in 1893 between Sir Mortimer Durand, a British negotiator and respectful hireling of the British Raj, and Abdur Rahman Khan, the Afghan Amir, to settle the constraint of their circles of impact and make stride discretionary relations and exchange

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  • Pakistan-US Relations: Resettlement or Re-Stalemate0

    by Hareem Aqdas      5 October 2018 Pakistan-US relations have witnessed a severe decline especially after January 2018. Earlier this month, US Secretary of State, Mr. Mike Pompeo, who was accompanied by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen Joseph Dunford, stayed in Islamabad for nearly five hours during which he met Prime

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  • Afghanistan- A Global Game of Musical Chairs0

    By Hareem Aqdas 17 September 2018 Afghanistan’s history is replete with wars and other violent conflicts. Throughout its long and turbulent history, Afghanistan has looked more like a tribal confederacy than a cohesive nation-state. Afghanistan’s emerging outlook remains uncertain due to competing interests of the stakeholders and internal political dynamics. The landlocked country is facing

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  • Moderating PAK-AFGHAN RELATIONS- TAPI PIPELINE PROJECT: A WAY FORWARD0

    By: Hareem Aqdas        31 August 2018 Pakistan and Afghanistan share similarities in multiple dimensions of history, religion, civilization, and culture. Despite the fact, the two countries have never been successful in establishing a tension free relation. Rather a passive antagonism, mistrust and a blame game form a large part of the ties

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  • Pakistan General Elections 2018- Addressing the U.S. Concern0

    by Hareem Aqdas     13 August 2018 General elections were held in Pakistan on July 25th, 2018. The elections were held after successful completion of five-year term by the outgoing government. As a result of the elections, Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) – party led by ex-cricket captain turned politician, Imran Khan turned out to be the

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  • US lead the War on Terror and the Afghan Peace0

                                  The region is known today as Afghanistan has been subjugated to a series of warfare since the Soviet occupation, till date, including the United States, led NATO, is on in full swing. Afghanistan shares its borders with multiple countries, including

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