Turkey-Syria earthquakes

While the Turkish president pledged to restore the country within a year, the situation in Syria is very different and hopeless as a result of years of war-related destruction and the ensuing humanitarian disaster.

Contraceptive pill for men

Developing and approving a new drug is a lengthy process involving extensive clinical trials to ensure safety and efficacy. Thus, it may still be several years before the new male contraceptive pill becomes widely available.

Putin announces suspension of last remaining nuclear treaty with US

Although the New START deal has only been suspended by Russia and neither party has made any withdrawal announcements, even a brief suspension period could increase the nuclear arsenals of the US and Russia.

Political career of US Presidential candidate Nikki Haley

Nikki Haley, former Governor of South Carolina, gained prominence in national politics when she successfully got the Confederate flag removed from the state capitol in Columbia in 2015 after a racially motivated mass shooting at a black church.

US response to Chinese ‘spy balloon’

In recent years, several such Chinese balloons crossed into US airspace, however, they never remained for as long as this time. Such incidents are detrimental to the volatile Sino-US relations and should be abstained from to avoid any escalation.

India and Pakistan’s mutual pollution

Every winter, South Asia’s severe pollution worsens, contributing to an estimated 128,000 deaths in Pakistan and 1.2 million deaths in India, more than the total deaths in either country. Instead of attempting to work together on the issue for mutual benefit, the governments of India and Pakistan react by placing blame on one another.

Air India’s mega order for new commercial aircrafts

The overall order surpasses the world record for airplane orders by an airline, held by American Airlines for the order of 460 jetliners.

Taliban’s new canal

The Taliban are constructing a new canal in North Afghanistan which, if completed, could lead to an escalation of tension with Uzbekistan.

Low fertility in South Europe

The low fertility in South Europe has been a topic of debate for a long time and demographic unsustainability has become of concern in this region. Addressing the issue requires finding a balance that does not affect human achievements in terms of gender equality.

Embryonic genetic testing- a moral dilemma

According to the findings of a recent survey published in the journal Science, Americans are becoming more and more concerned with the cognitive function of their future offspring and are even willing to test their IVF embryos.

Imran Khan writes to President Alvi: Did Gen. Qamar Bajwa break his oath?

Imran Khan writes a letter to President Arif Alvi requesting that he immediately launch an investigation against the former Chief of Army Staff, Qamar Javed Bajwa, for breaking his oath and the constitution.

Sheikh Rasheed’s arrest & bail: Fascism continues

Sheikh Rasheed, leader of the Awami Muslim League, a close political aide of Imran Khan, and a supporter of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf was detained on a complaint made by the vice president of the PPP's Rawalpindi Division.