Thar Coal: Pakistan’s Energy Game Changer

The Dakota Gasification Company in North Dakota uses similar coal to produce SNG (Synthetic Natural Gas), diesel, urea, naphtha, phenol, tar oil, ammonium sulfate, anhydrous ammonia, and liquid nitrogen

Imran Khan’s Arrest: End Game for Pakistan’s Crisis?

Imran was whisked away from the IHC premises by paramilitary forces on Tuesday, leading to violent protests across the country. The PTI chief had immediately approached the high court for release but it had declared his arrest legal.

The beginning of civil war in Pakistan

Pakistan is teetering after former Prime Minister Imran Khan was dramatically arrested by paramilitary troops on corruption charges, sparking a deadly outpouring of anger against the powerful military.

Here’s why Pakistanis are rising up against the Establishment

In Pakistani parlance, The Establishment refers to the country’s powerful military-intelligence structures that have historically exerted disproportionate sway over policymaking and society.

Syrian President Al-Assad plays a strong hand in diplomatic poker.

Progress in Turkish-Syrian talks could depend on the outcome of hard-fought presidential and parliamentary elections in Turkey on May 14 that, according to opinion polls, promise to be a close race.

Pakistan riddled with multiple crises

Even by the standards of Pakistan’s perpetually unstable politics, the last past few months in the country have been exceptionally turbulent. Pakistan has a new government as of April 11 after Imran Khan was forced out via a vote of no confidence.

Pakistan’s current crisis and India

The present politico-economic turmoil in Pakistan provides breeding grounds for centrifugal forces, particularly in the restive Balochistan province. Presently, Balochistan is ripe for foreign intervention.

Revisiting the Kartarpur Diplomacy

While the Kartarpur Corridor is operationalized, ostensibly to facilitate the Indian Sikhs, one should not ignore that Qadian, the birthplace of Mirza Ghulam Ahmed, the Punjabi prophet, is located just 45.5 km to the east of Kartarpur.

Unmasking Deceit and Institutional Instability in Pakistan

The government has lost its credibility and has become a burden for the people to bear. Reliable data is scarce in most departments, leading to flawed policies. As a nation, we must put an end to this charade in order to move forward.

The failure of NATO to subdue Afghanistan

Between 2006 and 2007 the US Geological Survey, an agency of the US government, analyzed 70% of Afghanistan's terrain from the air using magnetic and gravitational equipment.

Reverse culture shock and the Pakistanis’ devaluation of it

Overseas individuals experience intense reverse culture shock, and Pakistanis may devalue it due to their lack of exposure to the problem.

Pakistan need exports not loans

The issue of Pakistan's economy teetering on the brink of a severe financial crisis is not new. The question at hand is how to execute policies effectively to ameliorate long-standing disadvantages and secure the future of the nation.