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Threats to regional peace: The implications of a disrupted Afghanistan

Abdul Rahim | Due to its geostrategic location in the region, Afghanistan occupies a unique place in global and regional politics. The future of Asia,...

India looks to woo adamant China for entry into NSG: Will...

News Analysis | China has said that India’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) has become more complicated under new circumstances. “It (NSG) is a...

Revisiting Pakistan’s foreign policy: Flaws and possible actions for rectification

Ahsan Hamid Durrani | As we enter the era of the realignment of alliances and shift in global power paradigms, our foreign policy must be...

Will OBOR help China to overcome its economic crisis?

China caught the world’s eyes with its high-profile global forum on the so-called Belt and Road Initiative in Beijing on 14-15 May 2017. The developmental blueprint,...

Fragile foreign policy: Pakistan at the mercy of a new super...

Ghulam Mustafa | Gen Zia Ul Haq, for all his faults, understood Arab psyche very well. I recall his words to our Advisory Team in...

Why war with Pakistan — is not an option!

Raghu Raman | In the 1983 film WarGames, a nuclear war simulation is accidentally started by a supercomputer designed to take over in event of...

Pak-China cooperation strong at OBOR summit: What is India missing?

Aymen Ijaz | Relations between Pakistan and China are based on historical and cultural linkages and the deep-rooted connections between the two nations which have...

Hague battle: Pakistan still very much in the game

Ikram Sehgal | This was a good week for Pakistan. First, Modi made the faux pas of the decade by boycotting the China Summit on...

The Middle-Eastern conflict: Threatening for Pakistan and China’s OBOR

James M. Dorsey | Increasingly caught up in the Middle East’s multiple conflicts, Pakistan is struggling to balance relations with rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran...

With Syrian attacks Trump launches his Queen on the chessboard

James M. Dorsey | One thing this week’s US air strikes in Syria highlight is the fact that the sands are continuously shifting as regional...

Has NATO led to “indifference and inaction” by Afghan Government?

Recent, Russian announcement of a moot to be held in mid-February along with General Nicolson's comments last week bring up the question whether a...

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