• Don’t say the N-word in Karnataka

    Don’t say the N-word in Karnataka0

    • Blog
    • October 23, 2016

    A Pakistani view on the strategic implications of a new Indian nuclear city There have been repeated confirmed reports that India is constructing a new nuclear city at Challakere, Karnataka. The city-size complex will produce highly enriched uranium to not only fuel its nuclear powered submarines, but also feed its thermonuclear bombs. The local population

  • ‘A cure far worse than the disease’: Sri Lanka’s new draft counter terrorism law0

    • Blog
    • October 20, 2016

    Over the weekend, a draft framework copy of the ‘Counter Terrorism Act’ (CTA) – the legislation intended to replace the draconian ‘Prevention of Terrorism Act’ (PTA) – was leaked to the press. The contents of the text, available here, are deeply disturbing. As it currently stands, the PTA enables arbitrary arrest and long periods of



    • Blog
    • October 19, 2016

    India’s promises to COP 21 INDC report submitted by India to United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change during the Paris Climate Conference contained the following promises Emission reduction – To reduce the emissions intensity of India’s GDP by 33 to 35% by 2030 from 2005 level. Renewable energy – To achieve about 40 percent

  • Indo-Pak Mystery

    Indo-Pak Mystery0

    • Blog
    • October 19, 2016

    Like every passing day, it’s been a nasty year again, shaping Indo-Pak relations into a new diaphragm keeping in mind the current thrust between both states with beheadings, attacks, deaths and firings in daily violations. What is India-Pak relation about? It is not about trade, neither about normalization, but it is a course of hype

  • China, Russia And Pakistan: New Superpower Triangle

    China, Russia And Pakistan: New Superpower Triangle0

    • Blog
    • October 19, 2016

    The world is approaching what is often referred to as Doomsday. In other words, the World War 3. China, Russia and Pakistan may have just formed an unofficial alliance to counter America’s global dominance. China, Russia, Pakistan and other authoritarian counties in Central Asia could join their forces to try and take away Washington’s dominance.

  • No Nuclear Threat in South Asia; only Dilemmas

    No Nuclear Threat in South Asia; only Dilemmas0

    Introduction At large, proliferation dynamics in South Asia are driven by a need to establish some measure of relative parity against their principal adversaries-India against China and Pakistan against India. Such competing security agendas ensure that nuclear modernization, through production of fissile material and development of more effective delivery systems will continue for the time


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  • Myanmar: Is it time for the West to Engage The United Wa State Army?

    Many regional observers suggest that China directs a well-trained, motivated, disciplined proxy army of 30,000 soldiers controlling territory with major cities; agriculture, mining, and industry. At one time this group was considered to be the number one producer of heroin in the world. They now appear to be a global leader in the manufacture Amphetamine

  •  The Rising Scourge of Linguistic corruption in Bangladesh

    By Dr Obaidul Hamid     16 September 2020 In Bangladesh, corruption meaning deliberate financial misuse and misappropriation needs no new debate. For several years in a row, Transparency International has consistently ranked Bangladesh as one among 10 most corrupt countries in the world. What about linguistic corruption? Not many in Bangladesh are aware of the

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