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Putin’s “Invincible” missile and its significance in Pakistan-Russian embryonic cooperation

News Analysis | At the start of this month, just a couple of weeks before running for his fourth presidential term, President Vladimir...

The risks of military engagement against North Korea

Jonathan Augustine | The $20 million we spend daily maintaining the US nuclear arsenal could instead be used to provide $1,000 per day for every one...

Kim Jong-Un’s slogan of freedom doesn’t make him lunatic

Waqas Shabbir |  In absolute terms, North Korean aggression is not a right way to go about things, but in relative terms, any sovereign country...

Balfour Declaration, Russian Revolution and the Arab Oil

Nauman Sadiq | Is this not the international politics most significant coincidence that the Balfour declaration for the creation of Israel was adopted in the...

Trump’s sabre-rattling: Is a nuclear war between US and North Korea...

Asif Haroon Raja |  The US-North Korea antagonism has its roots in the 1950-53 Korean War which had divided the country. While North Korea is...

Soft Power: Japan has turned its culture into a powerful political...

Much has been made of Japan’s recent turn away from pacifism and growing military muscle, but Tokyo is also extending its global reach in...

No support for the Global Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty?

Dr. Zafar N. Jaspal | The nuclear weapon abolitionists, once again, succeeded in drawing the attention of the international community towards the horrors of nuclear...

Trump & Syria: New President same old Imperialist strategy

Jacob G. Hornberger | With President Trump’s undeclared attack on Syria, a sovereign and independent nation, he has confirmed, once and for all, that he...

How Nations can move on after Apologizing for their Past

Edwin Battistella | In May 2016, when Barack Obama visited Hiroshima, some speculated that the president of the United States might offer an apology, on...

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