Year: 2020

Understanding the Nuclear Dynamics of India and Pakistan

Written by Ch M Arsalan Tariq 10:49 am

The remote possibility of a nuclear war is what drives both Pakistan and India to expand their nuclear arsenal and augment their respective strategies.
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The Case for STEM Education in Pakistan

Written by Abdullah Mian 10:48 am

Education, in particular STEM education, has the potential to inhibit wars and pave the path for development. For Pakistan, that is clearly imperative.
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Why the Chinese Model of Governance Is Succeeding?

Written by Aimen Babur 10:55 am

China’s global supremacy can be attributed to its model of governance. Chinese governance has been found to be sustainable in its management and administration.
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Warlords in Afghanistan & Its State-building Process

Written by Fahad Syed 10:48 am

The warlords in Afghanistan have solidified their position as an integral section of Afghanistan’s community. Their status and power has become indispensable to the state-building process in Afghanistan.
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Iran’s Nuclear Prowess: A Resurgence

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:47 am

Iran continues to develop its nuclear program in the hopes of asserting influence to secure its power and influence. Israel, however, keeps a watchful eye on Iran’s development.
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A Diplomatic Transformation for the Decades-old Kashmir Conflict

Written by Ramsha Qaiser 10:49 am

The conflict transformation model may prove to be efficacious in resolving the Kashmir conflict that has been fraught with hostilities and violence for decades.
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Neutrality Day: Turkmenistan’s Pride

Written by Abubakar Shoaib 10:47 am

Neutrality day celebrates the neutral policy of Turkmenistan; it has become the state’s distinctive feature. The policy encompasses non-interference and neutrality with respect to other states.
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The Water Crisis in Pakistan: A Devastating Plunge

Written by Daniyal Talat 10:52 am

Pakistan’s water crisis leaves the state at the edge of the precipice; primarily an agrarian economy, water is considered exceptionally indispensable to the Pakistani community.
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Russia’s Naval Base in Sudan: A Resurgence?

Written by Muhammad Bilal Farooq 10:48 am

Russia ventures into Africa again, this time to build a naval base in Sudan. This base will enable Russia to expand its trade, military powers, and influence.
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China and India: Vying for the Indian Ocean

Written by Tehreem Ali Khan 10:47 am

As the Indian Ocean offers multitudinous benefits, both China and India compete against each other to gain absolute control over the ocean, and ultimately over the region.
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Climate Diplomacy: The Pakistan Chapter

Written by Aimen Ayaz 10:47 am

Climate diplomacy will propel Pakistan out of its procrastination, equipping it with viable stratagems that would advance environmental stability.
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Thucydides Trap: China and the U.S. Destined for War?

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:46 am

To become a superpower, a state must have massive economic and military assets. The United States, however, is impervious to China’s supremacy and will continue to reject, by all means, the superpower status of China — the war between China and the U.S. is a testament to China’s growing powers.
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The Belt and Road Initiative for Pakistan

Written by Syed Noman Ali Shah 10:46 am

China’s grand Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is influencing foreign policies, taking the world by storm. It is also urging Pakistan, its close ally, to assume a principal position in the Muslim world.
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Ethiopian Civil War: A Rude Awakening

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:50 am

Prime Minister Abiy faces retaliation for disregarding Tigray’s leaders, causing a gaping chasm between the ethnic groups. This deliberate ignorance will lead to his undoing.
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Pakistan’s Search For its New Bloc: Shifting Ideological Imaginaries

Written by Faruzan Anwer Butt 1:13 pm

With astringent estrangement reigning over Pak-Saudi relations, Pakistan must now search for its own kindred bloc, and it is probable that it looks to China, Iran, Russia, and Turkey for the creation of such.
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The Nagorno-Karabakh Peace Deal: Investing in the South Caucasus

Written by Muzamil Wasti 10:46 am

The peace deal has yielded up the control of Nagorno-Karabakh to Azerbaijan. This settlement could prove to be markedly advantageous to the South Caucasus; however, it could also intensify the deep-seated animosity between the two states.
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Sino-Russian Relations and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization: The Tides of Power

Written by Marium Sardar 10:59 am

Sino-Russian relations have witnessed strengthened ties, both using the Shanghai Cooperation Organization as a tool to achieve their ambitions.
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