PAKISTAN

Pulwama, Pakistan and the China Factor

  0 comments   |     by Senator Mushahid Hussain

Less than two months before the convening of the most important global gathering in the neighbourhood of Pakistan and India, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) Forum in Beijing on April 25, the Pulwama Incident threatened the stability of the world’s most strategic region, where four nuclear powers interface with each other, while another, Israel, hovers in th

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

The Doval Doctrine – India’s hybrid war against Pakistan

  0 comments   |     by Shahid Raza

Lest we forget, World War I and World War II saw more than 100 million people killed. The battles that engulfed the entire globe began primarily as major international powers locked horns to establish dominance over each other. The disastrous results of these wars can no better be exemplified than by their culmination in the ominous nuclear bombings of Japanese citi

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

Who benefited from Sri Lankan tragedy?

  0 comments   |     by Adeela Naureen

A devastating series of eight bomb blasts ripped through churches holding Easter services and high-end hotels in Sri Lanka on 21 Apr 19, killing nearly 300 people, including dozens of foreigners and injuring nearly 500. International media especially that of India are in the forefront in reporting that a local Islamist extremist group called the National Tawheed Jam

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

South Asia’s Kashmir predicament

  0 comments   |     by Mohsin Raza Malik

Though the Himalayan state of Jammu and Kashmir atops the South Asian region geographically, this troubled valley appears to have become somewhat a proverbial tail of the region which is currently wagging the dog. For over seven decades, India and Pakistan have been at loggerheads over Kashmir, a predominantly Muslim region largely-held by India but exclusively clai

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

CPEC is the perfect opportunity for Pakistan to pivot to Africa

  0 comments   |     by Andrew Korybko

All Great Powers, including most recently even Russia and India, are increasingly expanding their influence in Africa as they seek to take part in the continent’s expected growth across this century, and CPEC provides the perfect opportunity for Pakistan to pivot there too so long as the country’s decision makers are aware of its many opportunities and s

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

Peace is difficult

  0 comments   |     by Munir Akram

THE recent military crisis with India was a baptism of fire for Prime Minister Imran Khan and the PTI government. In the event, the Pakistani leader emerged as a responsible statesman while Modi exposed himself as a rash warmonger. The Pakistani prime minister has

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

India’s false-flag operation

  12 comments   |     by Ikram Sehgal

The modus operandi of the devastating terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka confirms that the perpetrators are an organized and trained group. This to be a handiwork of the LTTE, others point to the Islamic State (IS) or Daesh, etc. Even before these suspicions or before any terrorist group had claimed responsibility, the Indian media claimed the involvement of a local Islam

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

Sri Lankan PM Debunks Indian efforts of linking Pakistan with..

  0 comments   |     by News Desk

Sri Lankan PM Debunks Indian efforts of linking Pakistan with Easter Sunday bombings Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe stated that Pakistan has “fully supported Sri Lanka’s war on terror” and his government will not hesitate to seek Islamabad’s help to “trace the terr

Share to Facebook

Read Full Article

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