Summaiyya Qureshi

Ms Summaiyya Qureshi completed her bachelor's degree in International Relations from the Lahore College for Women University, Lahore.  Her areas of interest include geopolitics, foreign policy analysis, and nuclearization.

The Chernobyl Disaster of 1986

Written by Summaiyya Qureshi 7:32 pm

The explosion in the Chernobyl nuclear power plant 36 years ago is considered to be the worst nuclear disaster in the history of the world. The Chernobyl disaster of 1986 caused a massive radiation leak that likely killed tens of thousands of people.
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The Geopolitical Importance of the Suez Canal

Written by Summaiyya Qureshi 12:47 pm

Summaiyya Qureshi explores the geopolitical importance of the Suez Canal, a widely used route in the marine commercial business that reduces trade costs significantly. The Suez Canal plays a vital role in linking the Mediterranean and Red Seas, making it simpler to export and import commodities from Asian countries to European and African countries, and vice versa.
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The Suspension of Ehsaas & Other Welfare Initiatives

Written by Summaiyya Qureshi 11:49 am

During his term as the prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan introduced numerous welfare projects. The Ehsaas program, in particular, has been a source of salvation for many Pakistanis. Summaiyya Qureshi notes that since the PDM government has assumed power, PTI-led projects like Panagah, the Ehsaas Langar program, Mera Pakistan Mera Ghar housing scheme, and the Miyawaki forest project have been suspended. Given the situation in Pakistan, the suspension of these projects has dire consequences for the state’s lower class.
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48th Session of the OIC: The Islamabad Declaration & the Organization’s Failures

Written by Summaiyya Qureshi 11:55 am

Since its establishment in 1969, the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has tried to portray itself as a strong international actor promoting peace, cooperation, solidarity, and harmony between Muslim states. In March 2022, the OIC member states gathered in Pakistan for the 48th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers and adopted the Islamabad Declaration. The author, Summaiyya Qureshi, argues that despite the numerous resolutions passed by the OIC over the years, the organization has been largely ineffective. She traces the causes of the OIC’s failure and describes, some of the resolutions incorporated in the Islamabad Declaration.
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The US’s Purchase of Alaska

Written by Summaiyya Qureshi 12:07 pm

The United States of America purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867 and made it one of its fifty states in 1959. It is a very important maritime strategic asset of the US. The author, Summaiyya Qureshi, looks at how this tender took place.
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The Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05: Unfolding World War Zero

Written by Summaiyya Qureshi 12:13 pm

Almost everybody nowadays is familiar with World War I and World War II, but many people are not aware that there was a World War Zero, or the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05. Fought between Russia and Japan, this war is considered one of the most devastating ever.
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