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Indian trooper killed as India violates ceasefire

News Analysis | On Friday, an Indian border guard from the  Border Security Force (BSF) was killed and two civilians were wounded in a skirmish...

Ineffectiveness of SAARC and recommendations to make it effective

Bhakhtawar Liaquat | The cause of the SAARC’s institutional dysfunction can be traced in the Indian hegemonic designs and its indifferent behavior towards Pakistan and...

After Hudaibya case, Nawaz Sharif again under NAB’s radar for money-laundering

News Analysis | The National Accountability Bureau has started a fresh inquiry against Nawaz Sharif, the former premier of the country, over the allegations of...

Jinnah’s dream of South Asia is only possible when India joins...

Sudheendra Kulkarni | The problem with both India and Pakistan, which is also a major source of the unending hostility between our two countries, is...

Pakistan’s Education: Lack of Critical Thinking?

Taimoor Khan | ‘Your assignments and exams will be assessed, keeping in mind how critically you have done your research and presented your ideas on...

Summit Sabotage: India mulls boycott of SAARC event

News Analysis | Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has conveyed to his Nepalese counterpart KP Sharma Oli about India’s firm opposition to the staging of...

An Indian counter narrative on Maldives

M K Bhadrakumar | The Maldives is back in the headlines. This time around, it is not about democracy deficit or rule of law. Two...

Indo-Pak strained relations and ways to improve ties

News Analysis |  “Narendra Modi- led government should stop selling the idea of ‘quadrilateral’ project of the US, Japan, Australia and India and...

Pakistan’s foreign policy: A tale of blunders and missed opportunities

Hamza Liaquat |   The recent FATF episode and vulnerability of Pakistan to international isolation is evident by unexpected moves of the iron brother of Pakistan,...

India’s bid to isolate Pakistan

Asif Haroon Raja | After the false flag operation in Mumbai on November 26th, 2008, India blamed Pakistan, ISI and Hafiz Saeed led...

How can improving ties with ASEAN help Pakistan?

Junaid Ali Malik | It does not suit Pakistan to stay away from finding new friends around the world. I truly believe that this century...

America flexing its muscles after China’s rise

Khurram Sajjad | After the recent increase of the discourse in print and electronic media on declining American power in front of the resurgence of...

India’s dirty war inside Pakistan

Asif Haroon Raja | When Pakistan came into being on August 14, 1947, under the sagacious leadership of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Indian...

“Plight of Myanmars Rohingya’s: Destabilizing Muslim Governments?”

JAMES M. DORSEY | Calls for jihad in defense of the Muslim minority prompt fears of a second front against Islamic State-linked fighters in Southeast Asia,...

‘South Asian Satellite’ has become another Indian solo flight

Friday 5th may 2017; India successfully launched the ‘South Asia Satellite’ which was supposed to be known as the SAARC satellite to honor the...

Bangladesh vs Pakistan: What is Hasina’s Real Problem?

Najma Minhas| Pakistan and Bangladesh relations have dipped to another low point in the last several months, with an increasingly hostile attitude shown by the Hasina...

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