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.

Declare national emergency, now! Security analyst demands govt.

The stock market crash of October 1929 sent Wall Street into a panic, wiping out millions of investors. Lasting from 1929 to 1939, it...

Hydro-politics in South Asia: Impending omens of war – III

Bangladesh will experience a serious threat to its water supply by Indian activities upstream the Ganges river as well. The Brahmaputra and Ganges rivers...

Politicisation of water resources in South Asia: Impending omens of war – II

The global demand for fresh water resources has escalated dramatically over the last few years, especially in light of rapid population growth and widespread urbanization across...

Politicisation of water resources in South Asia: Impending omens of war -I

The global demand for freshwater resources has escalated dramatically over the last few years, especially in light of rapid population growth and widespread urbanization...

Sindh Police beyond the Call of Duty: A pattern of possibilities and achievements

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sindh, Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam has taken various far-reaching initiatives to not only build the capacity of police officers in the...

Opinion: CPEC-II: Going From Meager To Mega Benefits

The CPEC is a collection of infrastructure projects for Pakistan (current size $45 billion, expected size $62 billion). With the key projects being Gwadar Port, planned...

Opinion: Making CPEC Work: Nexus Between Pakistan & China

At a panel discussion organized by Pathfinder and Martin Dow Group during Davos 2020 Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh spoke about understanding CPEC and making it work....

Is “neutrality” an option for Pakistan’s foreign and security policy?

The speeding process of globalization and the visible shift of economic and political momentum towards (Eur)Asia because of China and its BRI project necessitates...

Hypocrisy of Modi’s Secular India

With a population of about 1.4 billion of which about 80% of Indians are Hindus, 14% Muslim and 2% Christian, 4% follow other religions....

Pakistan Pavilion at Davos: Making a case for Pakistan

Opinion | Organized since its inception in 1970 the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Annual Meeting at Davos brings together world leaders of government, economy, technology,...

UK’s National Crime Agency & adventures of ‘Proud Pakistanis’

Opinion | The National Crime Agency leads the UK’s fight to cut serious and organized crime, protecting the public by targeting and pursuing those criminals...

Bangladesh’s Indian Challenge (Part-II)

Opinion | There is a misconception in the world in general and the region in particular about the strength and capabilities of the Bangladesh Armed...

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