GLOBL

Pakistan Must Make The Most of Newly Discovered Oil Reserves

  2 comments   |     by Adam Garrie

News has broken that the American company Exxon Mobil has discovered vast oil reserves beneath the soil of Pakistan’s Balochistan province. According to Exxon Mobil’s experts, the reserves appear to be larger than Kuwait’s which if fully confirmed would make Pakistan one of the top ten oil producing nations on earth. For a country looking to revita

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

Is Chabahar becoming India’s ‘Achilles heel’?

  0 comments   |     by Salman Rafi Sheikh

Notwithstanding the potential and the role that Iran sees the Chabahar port will play in somewhat helping her escape the US sanctions, the port’s business potential continues to remain under-utilised and under-productive, causing Iran to worry about its future, leading it to seek out other countries that might invest in the port to meet its true potential. In la

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

US, India, Japan lack Beijing’s financial muscle to challenge China at Indo-Pacific

  0 comments   |     by South Asian report

Australia, India, Japan and the US lack the financial muscle to challenge China’s vast infrastructure funding initiative in the Indo-Pacific, and should rather focus on alternative strengths according to London-based think tank the Henry Jackson Society (HJS). In a report released on Wednesday (AEDT), the HJS highlights shortcomings in the four countries&rsquo

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

Blowback from India’s strategic blunder in Bhutan?

  0 comments   |     by Bhim Bhurtel

Dr Lotay Tshering, DNT president and Prime Minister of Bhutan New Delhi was rattled by Bhutan’s October 18 general election, the outcome of which may soon accelerate the decline of India’s influence over the Himalayan kingdom. The center-left Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT, Bhutan United Party) won 30 seats out o

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

Pakistan: The Global Pivot State

  0 comments   |     by Andrew Korybko

Pakistan’s promising economic potential, international connectivity capabilities, and unparalleled geostrategic location combine with its world-class military and proven diplomatic finesse over the decades to turn the South Asian country into the global pivot state of the 21stcentury. As astounding as it may sound to most observers, th

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

UP’s Hate-Crime Hot Spots is Causing Fear & Alarm among

  0 comments   |     by Kunal Purohit

KASGANJ, UTTAR PRADESH — Recalling his reaction on hearing that all three of his buses had been set afire by a mob, Abdul* said his first emotion was not fear. It was panic. In January 2018, a ‘Tiranga Yatra’ (Tricolour March) taken out by Hindu activists on Republic Day triggered a communal clash in Kasganj in western Uttar Pra

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

Pulwama Aftermath: The Love for Sikh Community

  0 comments   |     by Ishfaq Majid

On 14th February 2019, vehicles of security forces which were on its way to reach Srinagar came under a heavy attach when a vehicle-borne bomber attacked the vehicles at Lethpora Pulwama. As a result of the attack, 49 CRPF personal died along with the person who carried the attack. As soon as the attack took place, the Kashmiri students studying in differ

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

IND Ambassador to RUS Lied about Rejecting Int Mediation

  0 comments   |     by Andrew Korybko

The Chinese Foreign Ministry, the Emirati Ambassador To India, and several unnamed US diplomatic sources all released statements around the same time disproving the Indian Ambassador to Russia’s previous on-the-record statement that “no country has offered to mediate between India and Pakistan” and that his government “will not accept

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

Chinese Aircraft Carrier to be Sold to Pakistan

  0 comments   |     by Vladimir Terekhov

On February 5, the online naval defense magazine Navy Recognition (part of a group of similar online publications registered in Belgium), made a vague reference to certain plans China has for its “military and foreign policies”, reporting the sensational

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

Why India’s ASAT Test Heralds the Rebirth of the Cold War

  0 comments   |     by Mikail Shaikh

Why India’s ASAT Test Heralds the Rebirth of the Cold War and Threatens Global Security India conducted its first ever Anti-Satellite (ASAT) missile system test in March, cementing its place as an international space power. The ASAT missile destroyed a satellite orbiting at an altitude of 300 kilometers. While the test (k

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article