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The Syrian quagmire: Bloody war continues

AFP | Syrian civilians in the last rebel-held pockets of besieged Eastern Ghouta have been urged to flee as Russia-backed regime forces storm into the...

Saudi Crown Prince’s visit to UK resulted in protests on Yemen...

News Analysis | Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) paid his first global visit on March 7, 2018 to Britain. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia...

Indian misconduct continues to fuel conflict in Kashmir

News Analysis | On February 20, 2018, the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) conducted a seminar on “Crimes against Humanity-Genocides and Ethnic Cleansing” in...

Potential issues of Afghanistan’s inclusion in OBOR

News Analysis | China is ready to include Afghanistan into its billion-dollar Belt & Road (B & R) initiative despite Afghanistan’s geopolitical uncertainty including the...

Pentagon hides data on how much Taliban controls in Afghanistan

AFP | A US government watchdog said Tuesday the Pentagon has barred it from disclosing how much of Afghanistan is under Taliban control -- a...

Angelina Jolie urges UN to solve Syrian crisis

AFP | UN goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie urged the UN Security Council to "find a way" to solve Syria's nearly eight-year war during a tour...

Who is really interested in the solution of the Syrian conflict?

 Anna Jaunger | Speaking at a UN Security Council briefing several days ago, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock stressed that...

Saudi-“Israeli” Leaks: Collusion Or Opportunism?

Andrew Korybko | Nobody’s disputing that Saudi Arabia and “Israel” have cooperated before in sowing regional chaos and trying to “contain” Iran, but this time...

Just the assurance that Pakistan needed: But will it suffice?

News Analysis | The US assured Pakistan that no group will be allowed to launch attacks on Pakistan from Afghan soil, Foreign Secretary, Tehmina Janjua...

PM Abbasi tells UN: Don’t involve us in new ‘great game’

News Analysis | Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Friday said that “emerging big power friction” was threatening peace and prosperity in Asia. He, while...

Old wine in a new bottle

Dr. Zafar Jaspal | President Donald Trump announced his belated Afghanistan strategy and also laid out his South Asian future plan on August 21, 2017. Realistically, there...

The Damascus-Beijing bond: An emerging alliance

News Analysis | The Syrian quagmire is attracting the attention of many players in the game. The conflict has further exacerbated crises in the volatile...

US silence on Doklam issue is ominous

Enayat Zeb | Ever since the beginning of the Doklam stand-off between China and India, one country has been conspicuously quiet: The United States of...

Why has the Islamic state targeted Europe in particular?

Nauman Sadiq l In less than three months, three horrific terror attacks took place in the United Kingdom: the Westminster plowing and stabbing incident on March...

Gulf crisis: Is Saudi Arabia the only bad guy here?

James M. Dorsey | A Saudi and UAE-led campaign to force Qatar to halt its support for Islamists and militants is little else than a...

Impact of Kargil Conflict 1999 on Pakistan’s Current Security Perspective

Zeeshan Shahid Khan | Background Taking the Indian Army totally by surprise, Pakistani troops crossed over the Line of Control (LOC) in Kashmir in early 1999...

Why isn’t the World talking about Kashmir?

Michael Kugelman | Today, the trend lines for Jammu & Kashmir are quite troubling, to say the least. Nearly a year after Indian security forces...

US vows to force N.Korea back to nuclear talks

The United States pledged Wednesday to step up sanctions to force North Korea to resume dialogue over its nuclear program but said it was...

Kulbhushan’s death sentence: a “Circuit Breaker” or “Grand Bargain”?

Imtiaz Gul | The conviction to death of Kulbhushan Jadhav through a Field General Court Martial came as a surprise to the majority of Pakistanis....

The US’s top 10 Lies About Syria

David Swanson | The United States, like in many cases in the past, is now rushing into Syria for war – not peace. Portraying a...

Should Saudi’s really be happy at Trump’s tough stance against Iran?

Donald Trump's administration announced on February 3, 2017, that it will put new sanctions against individuals and organizations who it says are “supporters of Iran’s ballistic...

South China Sea conflict: Far Off? No Pakistani position is important…

Saud Bin Ahsen | In the past few months, the South China Sea region became a hotbed of growing controversy when the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)...

American Welfare State to Warfare State: Pipe Dreams of Republicans &...

Jacob G. Hornberger | It amazes me how liberals and conservatives remain so committed to the welfare-state, warfare-state way of life and honestly believe that...

What is the Importance of South China Sea for the US

Donald Trump’s nominee for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson made some surprising remarks about China and the South China Sea during his recent Senate confirmation hearings....

Putin: We won’t allow infringement of Russia’s rights, will decide our...

During his annual address to Russian lawmakers, President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow is ready for dialogue with its international partners, but will not...

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