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The Hardest Hard Power

Aisha Saeed | The term ‘power’ in international relations has various interpretations but remains a vital part of the subject throughout. Power is one of...

Trump skeptical about his meeting with Kim Jong Un

News Analysis | Last week, the United States and South Korea were flabbergasted over North Korea’s sudden change of attitude over joint military drills between...

US to impose ‘strongest sanctions in history’ on Iran

AFP | US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday warned Tehran would be hit with the "strongest sanctions in history" and cautioned European firms...

Kim prepared to cede Nuclear Weapons if U.S. pledges not to...

News Analysis | North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s crossing of the border to reach demilitarized zone between two Koreas and meet his South Korean...

Kim promises of no more nuclear weapons or missile tests

AFP | North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he would halt nuclear tests and intercontinental missile launches, in a Saturday announcement welcomed by US...

India refuses to sign NPT in order to hang on to...

News Analysis | India has ruled out the possibility of joining the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as a non-nuclear weapon state but said it remains “committed”...

Playing with fire: Surgical Strikes and their disastrous impact on regional...

News Analysis | Amid flared-up tensions between India and Pakistan, Foreign Office Spokesman, Nafees Zakariya has warned India against misadventures like surgical strikes as they...

Tensions with China: General Rawat wants to prepare for a two-front...

News Analysis | The Indian Army Chief, General Bipin Rawat has once again said that the army must be prepared to fight a two-front war...

Exclusive Interview with Michael Kugelman: Pakistan, Afghanistan & Confused Trump Administration..!

GVS News Desk | Former director CIA, General Petraeus, in an interview with PBS in June 2017, stated that the war in Afghanistan will be...

Lockheed Martin in India: Strategic implications for Pakistan

News Analysis | Lockheed Martin has agreed to jointly build F-16 fighter planes equipped with new-generation electronics in India with Tata Advanced Systems Ltd. The fighters...

Pakistan’s bomb turns 19: Were Pakistan & India 1998 nuclear tests...

Saleem Akhtar Malik | On 28th May 1998, Pakistan carried out nuclear tests under Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, apparently as a response to India’s second...

Can Americans seize Pakistan’s nuclear bomb?

Saleem Akhtar Malik|  It is a long and well-known story, how Pakistan, despite the West’s and India’s attempts at denying us the nuclear technology,...

Indo-Pak ties: Who will end up on the losing side?

Zeeshan Munir | On May 2, 2017, Indian army accused Pakistani troops of killing and mutilating two of its soldiers patrolling the Line of Control...

India’s first use Nuclear Policy: Should Pakistan be worried?

Maimuna Ashraf | "In making tactical dispositions, the highest pitch you can attain is to conceal them." – Sun Tzu ‘Splendid first-strike’ and ‘strategic ambiguity’ are lately...

North Korea vows strong response to ‘reckless’ US naval move

North Korea denounced the US deployment of a naval strike group to the region Tuesday, warning it is ready for "war" as Washington tightens...

Saudi Arabia & Iran: A potential nuclear race in the making?

James M. Dorsey | Saudi Arabia is developing nuclear energy and potentially a nuclear weapons capability. The Saudi focus on nuclear energy serves several of...

US has declassified deadly Nuclear Test Videos filmed between 1945 and...

US authorities have declassified hundreds of videos chronicling the country’s 20th-century nuclear weapon tests. The US government has declassified about 750 of the estimated 10,000 films created...

Pakistan affirms its strong support to Security Council Resolution 1540 –...

The advisor to the prime minister on Foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz reaffirmed on Tuesday that Pakistan will play its role in the implementation of...

Pakistan and the Strategic Chessboard in 2017

Dr. Zafar Jaspal | The global strategic chessboard will remain complex in 2017 as the conversion in the global strategic environment continues. The transition in...

A Subdued Vladimir Putin Calls for ‘Mutually Beneficial’ Ties With U.S.

MOSCOW — After the outpouring of euphoria among Russia’s political elite over the victory of Donald J. Trump, President Vladimir V. Putin on Thursday...

India: Sarkari Culture Is Delaying Acquisition Of Big Guns At The...

Rajat Pandit | Nov 07, 2016 The Army's much-delayed modernization drive continues to be stymied by cumbersome procurement procedures, bureaucratic bottlenecks and corruption allegations at...

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