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How close did Ludendorff get to achieving his desire of Greater Fatherland

Four weeks into the First World War, on 23 August 1914 Erich Ludendorff and Paul von Hindenburg, having achieved significant success at the fortress...
Lunderdorff

Was Lunderdorff responsible for Germany’s failure in WW1?

On 9 November 1923, around 3,000 far-right insurgents began marching on Munich, Germany’s second-largest city in the south of the country.Before the brown shirts...
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Why suicide in Pakistan becoming more common?

The suicide rates in Pakistan are much lower than the worldwide average. However, it is quite difficult to determine accurate suicide rates in a...
war on terror

How US coerced Pakistan into war on terror

After the Islamic revolution in Iran in March 1979, the next big event that took place was the occupation of Afghanistan by the Soviet...
Pakistan - Russia

Pakistan, Russia strengthen business, military cooperation

Pakistan and Russia concluded joint inter-governmental talks after three days on Wednesday to amend an agreement related to the work on the North-South Gas...
China

China and the history of its Special Economic Zones

At the cusp of the 1980s, China started a series of reforms that would result in it becoming the fastest growing economy in the...
Islamic world

The diversity of opinion in Islamic thought

Jordanian ruler Abdullah I bin Al-Hussein gloated in 1924 when Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the visionary who carved modern Turkey out of the ruins of...
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Afghanistan: A graveyard of empires?

Afghanistan is a notoriously difficult country to govern. Empire after empire, nation after nation have failed to pacify what is today the modern territory...
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Why did the US resort to use of force in Vietnam?

One of the core reasons the US resorted to force in Vietnam and its neighboring countries, was because Washington's imperial designs for south-east Asia...
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Ottoman History: How Romania became part of the Empire?

On a mild August evening, in the autumn of 1462, Vlad Tepes (Impaler), the mighty Voivode of Wallachia in modern day Romania, listened in...
Muslim Civilization

Berke Khan: The Savior of the Muslim Civilization

Waters of river Tigris (Dajla) had become red with the blood of slaughtered Muslims of Baghdad. Nearly all residents of the city were either...
Protests question American icons

Protests question American icons in bid to vanquish racism

As the wave of anti-racism protests rocking the United States brings down monuments to figures linked to the country's history of slavery, the spotlight...
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Russia takes on Europe in war of ideas about World War 2

The Kremlin has become entrenched in a war of words with Europe over the legacy of World War II, as both sides accuse each...
Ludendorff Kapp Putsch

How Germany restored civilian supremacy: Ludendorff and Kapp Putsch

A century ago, on 13 March 1920, a far-right coup d'etat was implemented against the nascent Weimar Republic, known as the Kapp Putsch, which...
Korean liaison office destroyed by North Korea

Korean liaison office destroyed by North Korea amid rising tensions with South

North Korea blew up an inter-Korean liaison office on its side of the border on Tuesday, after days of increasingly virulent rhetoric from Pyongyang....
India China

Repercussions of tensions between India and China for Asia

The uprising of Ladakh in 1959 had transformed into a full-fledged war between China and India in 1962. It resulted in a rather unfavourable...
US-Cuba

The heart of US-Cuba rivalry

Washington's failure to overthrow communism in Cuba has been a source of extreme irritation for successive American leaders. The inability of the world's strongest...
Fidel Castro: The Spearhead of Cuban Revolution

Fidel Castro: The pioneer of Cuban Revolution

Examining the introduction of communism to Cuba over 60 years ago, and the revolution's survival despite large-scale American attacks, one can conclude these occurrences...
River Evros

River Evros at the centre of latest Turkey-Greece tension

The change in course of River Evros has caused a dispute on territory between Turkey and Greece, a foreign ministry source said Friday.The ministry...
Ertugrul

Ertugrul taking Pakistan by storm

the Turkish drama Ertugrul, Dubbed the Muslim "Game of Thrones", has sent Pakistan wild this Ramadan, smashing television records but exposing the country's lack...
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The day Hitler lost the Second World War

Three-quarters of a century ago the Third Reich lay in ruins, its ruler Adolf Hitler dead, having shot himself in the right temple with...
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Cuban Missile Crisis was more threatening than today’s pandemic but how was it averted?

With the world's attention directed towards the coronavirus it may be worth switching focus, and analysing another international incident, the Cuban Missile Crisis. This...
Iran

Iran’s proxy war and Pakistan

In International relations, there are no permanent friends and no permanent enemies only permanent interests. Geopolitics and International relations approach in the world quickly...
Spring

Operation Spring Awakening: Germany’s Final Assault of World War II

Seventy-five years ago, on 6 March 1945, the Third Reich launched what was to be its final great offensive of World War II, called...
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Death of second influential President since Arab Spring

After Moammar Gadhafi, another key pillar falls in the middle east. World leaders paid tribute to Hosni Mubarak, the death of whom occurred on...
Madinah

Opinion: Losing Madinah: Fears Amid Increasing Engagements b/w Saudi Arabia and Israel

Recep Tayyip Erdogan the President of Turkey is the first leader of the Islamic World to highlight his fears of losing Madinah to the...
Hitler

75 years ago: Hitler’s operations that killed millions

Opinion |It is often thought that the Third Reich's final major offensive of World War II comprised the Battle of the Bulge, which was...
Netherlands

Netherlands Apologises for WWII Persecution of Jews

Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Sunday made the Netherlands' first government apology for the wartime persecution of Jews. The Dutch government finally acknowledged the...
Guru Nanak

Guru Nanak’s 550th Birth Anniversary: International Perspective

It is one of the biggest birthday celebrations in the world: millions of Sikhs will Tuesday mark the 550th birth anniversary of the founder...
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18 – carat solid gold toilet stolen from English palace

A gang of thieves on Saturday stole an 18-carat gold toilet from an art exhibition at Britain's Blenheim Palace, police said -- causing flooding...

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KP minister blasts Bilawal for ex-FATA development remarks

Taimur Khan Jhagra, Khuber Pakhtunkhwa’s Health and Finance Minister, on Sunday took to Twitter to express how PDM parties have ignored Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP)...

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