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Cyber Security Issues in Pakistan

Afeera Firdous| A special report on cybersecurity norms by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) concluded that many engineered systems, around the world, which depend on digital-computational...

The truth about torture: CIA chief can’t lead without facing her...

News Analysis |  In a surprising move, Donald Trump changed his secretary of state this week. Rex Tillerson was replaced by the Mike Pompeo, who...

Chinese demands to Malaysia highlight China’s growing challenges!

James M. Dorsey |  A Chinese demand for the extradition of 11 Uyghurs from Malaysia puts the spotlight on China’s roll-out of one of the...

Atif Aslam’s new song gets 1.7 million views in one day...

News Desk | Atif Aslam's latest soundtrack, a rendition of ‘Jab Koi Baat Bigar Jaye' has more than 1.7 million views within a day of...

Sindh government ignores sugarcane woes, organizes seminar for farm owners.

News Analysis | A seminar is being organized by the Sindh Enterprise Development Fund, as the seventh installment of the Livestock Dairy...

Is Saudi inspired ultra-conservatism leading to worsening Shiite conditions in Malaysia?

James M Dorsey | Allegedly kidnapped, forty-three-year old Malaysian activist Amri Che Mat, a foreign exchange trader and mountain climber, has not been heard of...

Thai cops nab Pakistani passport forger with IS links

AFP | A Pakistani passport forger whose fakes may have been sold to Islamic State operatives has been arrested in Thailand, police said Friday, ending...

Thai-Pak joint military exercise: Thailand wants to learn from Pakistan’s experience

News analysis | Thailand and Pakistan partook in a joint military exercise last month in a bid to hone various combat skills to counter the...

The disinformation behind linking the Rohingya issue with Pakistan

News analysis | Amid heart-wrenching scenes in Myanmar showing the plight of Rohingya Muslims, a story is making rounds of Pakistani connections to the crisis....

Is there a Muslim-Buddhist conflict brewing in South East Asia?

Talha Ahmed | Myanmar and Rankine state background The tears of Rohingya Muslims shook the world once more. UN and other human rights organizations are really...

Tips for India to become more integrated in international trade

Global commerce has been changing since the late 20th century. Rather than trade finished products, such as cars, countries now exchange parts and components that, together,...

When and why terror groups synchronize or coordinate violent acts: Learning...

Muhammad Feyyaz | When and why terrorists vary violence has been investigated adequately in extant terrorism literature. However, the question when and why terror groups...

Gulf crisis: A new tale or a recap of the Southeast...

James M. Dorsey | Two competing visions of ensuring regime survival are battling it out in the Gulf. To Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates,...

The “peaceful” Buddhists take up arms against Muslims

Michael Jerryson | The recent violence in southern Thailand began on 4 January 2004, when Malay Muslim insurgents invaded a Thai Army depot in the...

Is Pakistan at risk of coup in 2017 along with Turkey,...

Alex Christoforou | As the joke goes… “Why has there never been a coup in Washington D.C.?” The answer: “Because there is no U.S. Embassy in Washington D.C.” The...

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