Indus: The Troubled Waters

Despite numerous violent conflicts between India and Pakistan since the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) was ratified in 1960, the two neighbors have not yet engaged in any water wars. The treaty has, however, come under fresh scrutiny in recent days.
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Leadership: Between Romanticism and Realism

For centuries, what constitutes good leadership has been an intriguing subject. In South Asia, such paradoxes in theories in the context of nation-building are exemplified by the propensity of the general public to transform their enthusiasm into slavish loyalty.
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Indus Water Treaty

Indus: The Troubled Waters

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Despite numerous violent conflicts between India and Pakistan since the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) was ratified in 1960, the two neighbors have not yet engaged in any water wars. The treaty has, however, come under fresh scrutiny in recent days.
Gujarat Pogram

Modi: The Naked Truth...

Ideology & Defeatism

India: On Defeatism and Ideology

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In view of certain objectionable remarks that have emerged, it is vital to remember that ideology—not hypocrisy—should be the master. If the hypocrisy generated of lethargy and cowardice is not eradicated, it will feed defeatism, which is unwarranted and destructive.
Terrorism in Pakistan and Indian Footprint

Terrorism in Pakistan: The Indian Footprint

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Without unanimity among the Pak-Afghan-India trio on what should account for a peaceful vision for the future, the region would continue to suffer, with its people repeatedly sacrificed on the altar of long-standing geopolitical rivalries.
Joyland

Joyland: A Gender Rebellion

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

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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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