Muhammad Jahangir Kakar

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Muhammad Jahangir Kakar is a civil servant and socio-political analyst based in Quetta works for the government of Baluchistan.

Climate Change: Is Pakistan doing enough?

Pakistan is threatened with many challenges related to climate change. Be it global standing or regional vulnerability caused due to climatic threats, Pakistan is...

Tracing the roots of Hindutva & Modi’s BJP party

Modi is not wrong in heralding the spectre of Akhund Bharat, currently resting in the Reich of Hindutva. He is not wrong in fancying...

Opinion: civil servants not so civil anymore

Covid-19 has broken down colossal myths. Of the most significant weakness that it has revealed, the chief one includes the exposition of our utterly...

COVID-19: United Nations on a ventilator

The writing on the wall suggests that COVID-19 is fast consuming the United Nations.  The increasing global ineffectiveness and sluggishness is hammering down the...

The Choices of Post Pandemic Muslim World

How would the Muslim bloc look like in the post-pandemic world is one of the many interesting equations emerging given the absolute uncertainty be...

Covid-19: Time to rescue Balochistan

People of Balochistan depend on two sources for their survival: the God and the Government. There are no social, industrial or corporate sector in...

Time to congratulate Dictatorships worldwide?

President Xi is welcoming while President Trump is adamant. President Putin is indifferent while Prime Minister Johnson is admitted in a hospital. The world...

Is US & China finding a win-win situation amid global recession?

Beijing-Washington talks were eavesdropped hearing, “Let us divide the world into two halves. You keep the east and let the west remain with me....

Opinion: Why Tiger Force is doomed to fail & Why local government system can help?!

Our dictators have always been fond of democracy just like our democrats, who have always been in love with dictatorships. Our democrats sought to...

Post pandemic world: China & Russia, the rising powers

Globalization is ending and the world is entering into an unfamiliar transition of political, social and economic upheavals. No one is ready to predict...

Afghanistan: What will it take to achieve sustainable peace?

 What happens when you run out of leadership? You become a laughing stock and an ever-brawling pack of people. You become clueless of national...

Globe sees peace: Nothing else to care about except Corona

It was before the World Wars when Man last experienced peace and tranquility in the timeline of his existence. After that, it has been...

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