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Is Pakistan heading towards a civil war?

Zeeshan Munir | Political fervor in Pakistan is on the rise. Elections 2018 are around corner and country is abuzz with political sloganeering, promises, hopes,...

How Bashar al-Assad won the Syrian war? Part-I

  Zeeshan Munir | In summer of 2012, rebel forces were knocking on the doors of Damascus, half of Aleppo was lost to anti-regime forces and...

State-Emergency Declared in Sri Lanka after anti-Muslim violence

News Analysis | Anti-Muslim violence in Sri Lanka by Buddhist nationalists resulted in a nation-wide state emergency last week. This happened for the first time...

Trump presidency is like a rudderless ship after Bannon’s exit

M. K. Bhadrakumar | An imminent departure of the White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon had been talked about for weeks, even months. But when Bannon’s...

Is India moving towards a civil war?

Dr. Noor Ul Hassan | In the name of cow protection, the self-proclaimed cow protector’s unleashed violence in several parts of India. Increasing incidents of...

Gulf crisis and new alliances: Where does Pakistan stand?

News Analysis | Bahrain has ordered Qatari troops serving with a coalition fighting the Islamic State group to leave its territory. It comes after Bahrain...

2018 elections drawing close: Is Pakistan ready to accept a democratic...

Dr. Farid A. Malik | October 27, 1958, is etched in my memory when as a five-year-old I stood on the Mall Road holding my...

America’s wars around the globe: Necessary and constitutional?

Jacob G. Hornberger | For 45 years, the United States was engaged in a Cold War against the Soviet Union and communism. In the 1960s,...

What does banning Immigration say about the US?

The change of Administration in the United States, has led to a state of transformation in Washington’s bilateral relations with many countries. President Donald...

Is America becoming an isolationist?

David Smith | Donald Trump is often called an “isolationist”. Some commentators argue he has revived a dormant isolationist tradition that goes all the way...

Changing Global Order: Challenges & Opportunities for UN’s new Secretary General? 

Minahil Toor | Antonio Guterres, became world's top diplomat on Jan 1, 2017. He has replaced Ban Ki Moon, as UN's Secretary General and will...

Can the US’s constitutional set-up keep Donald Trump in check?

The idea of Donald Trump as the most powerful individual in the world has generated a great deal of anxiety. Trump proposed to ban...

Humanitarian crisis in Syria expected to worsen in 2017: War Child...

The world held its breath as a ceasefire to evacuate rebel fighters and civilians from war-torn Aleppo briefly raised hopes for an end to...

Syrian Government Moves Closer to Completely Controlling Aleppo

BEIRUT, Lebanon — The siege in Aleppo is almost over. Advances by Syrian government forces and their allies have squeezed the fighters and civilians...

Aleppo at risk of becoming ‘one giant graveyard’

A United Nations official speaking at an emergency meeting Wednesday warned that the besieged parts of the Syrian city of Aleppo are at immediate risk of...

Turkish soldiers killed by Syrian air strikes: Military

In first such incident on Syrian territory, three dead and 10 wounded in attack near northern city of Al Bab. The Turkish military says...

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