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Why Pakistan needs a ‘Private Army’?

Zeeshan Munir | The services of private contractors are used around the world. P. W. Singer, author of Corporate Warriors: The Rise of the Privatized Military Industry...

US – China rivalry in Indo-Pacific region and Chinese energy security

Amina Khan | Historically, the region has been most important for the US, having its naval bases one of which is Diego Garcia being located...

Studying political sciences? This is the book you need! – Book...

Dr. Hazir Ullah | This second edition of ‘A brief introduction to Political Science’ uses diverse real-world examples to show readers the relevance of government and...

US security chief vows to ‘teach Iran a lesson’

AFP | US National Security Advisor John Bolton vowed Tuesday to "squeeze" Iran "until the pips squeak", a week after a tough new round of...

US proposes rule banning asylum for illegal migrants

News Desk | Illegal migrants entering through the southern US border will no longer be eligible for asylum under a new rule, the Trump administration...

US sending 5,200 troops to border with Mexico

News Desk | The Pentagon is sending over 5,200 troops to the border with Mexico as thousands of Central American migrants walk towards the US...

Muslim World unable to speak with one Voice? – Interview Amr...

GVS News DesK | Amr Moussa remained Secretary - General of the 22-nation Arab League for over 10 years, earlier serving as Egypt’s Foreign Minister...

“Feeling the Pain”: Indian Army Chief threatens Pakistan

News Analysis | After the cancellation of the Pak-Indian FM meeting at the UNGA by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration, the Indian army chief Bipin...

India: In pursuit of regional supremacy – Merwah Qureshi

Merwah Qureshi | India’s hegemonic posture in South Asia is not a new phenomenon in the regional diaries anymore. India is using suppressing tactics to...

Renegotiating Iran’s nuclear deal- Sabena Siddiqi

Sabena Siddiqi | Preparing for the long haul of U.S. sanctions ahead, Iran is trying to insulate itself and keep a “resistance economy” afloat. Already...

OPCW- Can identify culprits of chemical weapons abuse; Implications for Syrian...

News Analysis | Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the international body with a mandate to investigate the use of prohibited chemicals as...

Fight in the skies of Eastern Syria

Sophie Mangal | US Air Forces Central Command, Russian/Syrian aircraft crossed a de-confliction line into coalition airspace east of the Euphrates River 6-8 times a...

Qatar claims Saudi involvement in Lebanon similar to Gulf Crisis

AFP | Qatar's foreign minister on Friday compared Saudi Arabia's political maneuvers in Lebanon to its boycott of his country and accused Riyadh of a...

100 days of Qatar crisis

Ambreen Shabbir | The Qatar-blockade, the diplomatic crisis of 2017 that jiggled the world in different ways, approached its 100 days. There has been no...

Move towards active diplomacy on Kashmir: Ambassador Abdul Basit

News analysis | Veteran diplomat and Pakistan's former High Commissioner to New Delhi, Abdul Basit has called upon the country to engage in robust diplomacy in...

Refugee or migrant? Sometimes the line is blurred

A dozen years before the influx of refugees and migrants to Europe’s shores would force policymakers to take heed, Michael Winterbottom’s 2002 docudrama In this World brought the...

Gulf crisis: can its resolution reshape the future of international relations?

James M. Dorsey | The five-week-old Gulf crisis raises questions about the fundaments of international relations, the definition of national security, and the ability of...

Blasphemy & Terrorism: Tools to repress Opponents?

James M. Dorsey | Blasphemy has joined terrorism as a catchall phrase to intimidate, incarcerate and kill critics and political opponents as well as stifle...

U.S will confront Russia about its role in Afghanistan

M. K. Bhadrakumar | The seething US-Russia rivalry in Afghanistan took a sharp turn with the explosive threat held out by the visiting US Defense...

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...

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