Counterterrorism and Terrorism: On India

As India takes the lead in hosting multiple global conventions on counterterrorism within a short span, using them for political mileage, it becomes necessary to call its credentials into question.
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Friendship Gate and Fiery Exchanges: Of Pak-Afghan Border

The attack from Afghanistan on Pakistani soldiers at the Spin Boldak-Chaman border and the confession video of the assailant doing rounds on social media raises questions about the Taliban's role— or lack thereof.
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Counterterrorism and India

Counterterrorism and Terrorism: On India

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As India takes the lead in hosting multiple global conventions on counterterrorism within a short span, using them for political mileage, it becomes necessary to call its credentials into question.
Pak Afghan Friendship Gate

Friendship Gate and Fiery...

Afghans in Pakistan

Afghans in Pakistan: The...

Afghan Refugees

Afghan Refugees: Do We Ever Belong?

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Every day hundreds and thousands of people cross the borders in pursuit of better economic opportunities and living conditions, perhaps sometimes only for the sake of survival. However, the level of brutality that they have to go through is insane. Such is the case of Afghan refugees.
The Indian Route: Harmony or Hegemony?

The Indian Route: Harmony...

Joyland

Joyland: A Gender Rebellion

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The controversy over the domestic release of the Pakistani film ‘Joyland’ brings to the fore the larger debate on mainstreaming LGBTQ discourse under the garb of artistic liberties and their compliance or lack thereof in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
A New Era of Kashmiri Resistance Is Born as Poetry Takes the Helm

A New Era of...

Bollywood: Kashmir Files

Bollywood: India’s Propaganda Tool

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In Modi's India, the religious extremists and ultra-nationalists are using the media as a tool of propaganda to justify their unjustifiable atrocities and violence against Muslims and other minorities in India.
Zawahiri Gone, but not Terrorism

Zawahiri is Gone, But...

Afghan Taliban

Foreign Policy 2. 0...

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Will Russia Take the Lead in Recognising Afghan Interim Government?

Will Russia Take the Lead in Recognising Afghan Interim Government?

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  Russia inviting Afghanistan to the St Petersburg International Economic Forum coupled with the statement that came from Russia’s special envoy for Afghanistan are significant...

Gulf-India Trade Relations in Jeopardy Over Anti-Islam Hate Speech in India

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  BJP’s spokesperson, Nupur Sharma, made offensive and Islamophobic remarks about Prophet Mohammad on an Indian news channel. Aa a reaction, Qatar, Kuwait, and Iran...
Trade Ease Initiatives by Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Trade Ease Initiatives by Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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In a recent follow-up meeting of the Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PAJCCI) led by Special Assistant to Prime Minister, Mohammad Sadiq,...
Failures of Police Assistance Mission Led by the US in Afghanistan

Failures of Police Assistance Mission Led by the US in Afghanistan

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  The detailed report of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) on the “Lessons Learned” pinpoints and analyzes in depth the failures and...
Silk Roads

Book Review: The Silk Roads

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The rise of China at breakneck speed and the growing influence of Russia in the International Political arena after its invasion of Ukraine, are some of the things which Frankopan had already predicted in The Silk Roads: A New History of the World.
The Great Delusion

Book Review: The Great Delusions

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Exploring a claim how the policy of 'Liberal Hegemony' has proved disastrous for the United States, in his book, "The Great Delusions," John. J Mearsheimer, a renowned International Relations theorist unleashed an assault on the foreign policy of the United States since the end of the Cold War.
Book Review: Psychological Warfare in Arab Israeli Conflict

Book Review: Psychological Warfare in Arab Israeli Conflict

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‘Psychological warfare in Arab Israeli conflict’ is a scholarly work of Ron Schleifer. He has entailed a deep analysis of psychological warfare in the...
Book Review: No Win War - The Paradox of US-Pakistan Relations in Afghanistan’s Shadow

Book Review: No Win War – The Paradox of US and...

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The book 'No Win War' by Zahid Hussain, who also authored books like Frontline Pakistan and Scorpion Tales, provides a lucid insight into the...

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