Ikram Sehgal

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Ikram Sehgal, is acclaimed author of two books “Escape from Oblivion” and “Blood over Different Shades of Green East Pakistan 1971: History Revisited” and is a Pakistani defense analyst and security expert. He is a regular contributor of articles in Pakistani newspapers including The News and the Urdu daily Jang, Nation and Daily Times. He is a Member of the World Economic Forum (WEF); International Organization for Migration (IOM); Director, East-West Institute (EWI), a US-based think-tank; and Member, WEF Global Agenda Council (GAC) for counter-terrorism.

Eurasian railway revolution is the future

Despite the ongoing global economic crisis being aggravated by the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, this year has brought outstanding results for the KHORGOS...

Eurasian century is here: How should Pakistan respond?

When it broke earlier this year the ongoing pandemic was thought to stall the ongoing changes in global relations. Some people were hoping that...

Is this Quaid’s Pakistan?

The obnoxious incident of disrespect for the Quaid-e Azam’s Mazar by Maryam’s husband Capt. Safdar, while she looked on smiling without any expression, has...

Pensions: A brewing disaster

Present public perception benignly ignores the fact that Pakistan’s economy was put in dire straits by the PML(N) govt. The PTI narrative was late...

Op-ed: Abdullah Abdullah is more a ‘son of the soil’ than US-bound Ghani

The total military expenditure in Afghanistan since the war began in 2001 is $822bn, this includes the US Department of Defense, State Department, USAID...

Despite disasters, why is DHA Karachi still the place to be?

Pakistan Meteorological Department has confirmed that Karachi received the heaviest rain in a single day ever in its history when 231 mm rain fell...

The US brokered “Abraham Accord” between Israel and UAE

On 13th August 2020, UAE and Israel signed a US-brokered agreement that has come to be known as the ‘Abraham Accord’, implying that the...

Khalid Bin Waleed Leader Extraordinary

The son of Waleed, one of the most respected of Quraish clan elders in the time of our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Khalid showed early...

Opposition waging hybrid war

Since its inception Pakistan is supposed to be a parliamentary democracy and a federation. But the rules of functioning for such a set-up have...

Assessing the Unjust Kashmir Annexation on its Anniversary

Today is the first anniversary of India’s single-handed introduction of the way they think the Kashmir problem would be solved. On 5 August 2019,...

Hagia Sophia: Reclaiming One’s Islamic Identity

Beautifully situated on the shores of the Bosphorus straits connecting the Marmara Sea to the Black Sea and regarded as the border between Europe...

Hagia Sophia Mosque: Resonating the Revival of Islamic Identity

Beautifully situated on the shores of the Bosphorus straits connecting the Marmara Sea to the Black Sea and regarded as the border between Europe...

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