September 2021

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Sep'21

US Dilemma | Editorial

The aftermath of the 20-year war in Afghanistan, which began after US troops invaded the country at the end of …

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Sep'21

Pak-US Ties in a Changing International Environment By Naseem Rizvi

Speaking in New York during his recent visit, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi called the United States an important partner …

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Sep'21

The Nuclear Balance Is Changing—and Not For The Better By Peter Huessy

The rise of China’s nuclear forces, added to Russian “exotic” new nuclear systems, is raising considerable concern in the United …

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Sep'21

US Senate Bill | Editorial

A group of high-profile US senators—including former presidential nominee Mitt Romney—have moved a bill in the US senate seeking imposition …

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Sep'21

Academic University Rankings: Myths and Reality By Mubashir Husain Rehmani

Have you ever thought why Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University of Oxford, and University of Cambridge are …

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Sep'21

The Age of America First By Richard Haass

Donald Trump was supposed to be an aberration—a U.S. president whose foreign policy marked a sharp but temporary break from …

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Sep'21

Reformulating ASEAN’s Outlook On The Indo-Pacific – Analysis By Aristyo Rizka Darmawan

The waters of the Indo-Pacific are heating up, with Beijing’s increasing activities in Southeast Asia pushing the United States and …

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Sep'21

A New Cold War? By S Qaisar Shareef

On September 21, US President Joe Biden delivered his first address to the UN General Assembly. In his speech, he …

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Sep'21

Pakistan’s Challenges and the Way Out By Talat Masood

To assess a nation’s future, several things need to be considered. One of these is the policies pursued by the …

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Sep'21

CPEC And Afghanistan | Editorial

On Monday, Pakistan’s ambassador to Afghanistan revealed that Islamabad has discussed the inclusion of Afghanistan in the multibillion-dollar China-Pakistan Economic …

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Sep'21

How AUKUS May Damage NATO – OpEd By James Carden

Only weeks after U.S. President Joe Biden courageously ended the war in Afghanistan—in the face of bitter opposition from the …

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Sep'21

The US And China: A Productive Path Forward – Analysis By Dean Baker

The Biden administration, with the overwhelming support of the foreign policy establishment, seems determined to start a new Cold War …

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Sep'21

Population Time Bomb | Editorial

The Imran Khan administration deserves credit for raising issues like the country’s unhealthy population growth rate, stunted children, malnutrition, etc, …

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Sep'21

India Exposed Again By Muhammad Zahid Rifat

Pakistan has exposed the real face of India—spearheaded by fascist Prime Minister Narendra Modi—yet again, by highlighting the ongoing human …

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Sep'21

SCO: The Greatest Alliance By Saleem Qamar Butt

The Pakistani premier was in Tajikistan on a two-day visit i.e. 16-17 September 2021, during which he attended the 20th …

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Sep'21

UNGA Address | Editorial

The Prime Minister’s recorded address to the United Nations General Assembly on Friday was a sombre reminder of the many …

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Sep'21

Literacy and Pakistan By Kamal Siddiqi

International literacy day is marked all over the world in September where the achievements made in the education sector are …

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Sep'21

Nuclear Watchdog | Editorial

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inducted Pakistan to the Board of Governors for the next two years. This gives …

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