• Punishing Pakistan on Afghanistan: US Befuddled Policy0

    Jul 26, 2017   By Adnan Qaiser Adnan Qaiser is a Research Associate at Conference of Defence Associations Institute, Canada with a distinguished career in the armed forces and international diplomacy. He investigates factors hampering peace and stability in Afghanistan corresponding to the ongoing US policy review on Afghanistan. While the history of Afghanistan is

  • In Defence of China Pakistan Friendship and CPEC0

    By Muhammad Adil Sivia C. Christine Fair in her recent opinion article titled  Pakistan Can’t Afford China’s ‘Friendship’ has tried to muddle the clarity of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) reflective of enduring mutually beneficial friendship between the two countries. Her analysis on Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and CPEC reflects the enormous loss of

  • Defense Defined Modi’s visit to Israel: Implications for Pakistan0

    Since the establishment of diplomatic ties between India and Israel on Jan 29, 1992, No Indian Prime Minister visited Israel in these 25 years. Since then both emphasized on the need of stronger economic and security relations.  Narendra Modi is the first Indian PM who broke the tradition and visited Israel on July 4, 2017.

  • No, Bangladesh, The Truth is Not a ‘Smear Campaign’0

    Instead of Investigating, Authorities Reject Report of Enforced Disappearances Meenakshi Ganguly South Asia Director, Human Rights Watch   Expand Relatives hold portraits of disappeared family members at an event calling for the end of enforced disappearances, killings, and abductions, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, August 30, 2014. © 2014 Zakir Hossain Chowdhury/ ZUMA Wire/Alamy Just hours after


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