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Jan'21

Trump’s Last Push For Afghan Peace By Iqbal Khan

INTRA Afghan talks began on 05 January. The negotiators are expected to cover contentious issues such as power-sharing and a …

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Jan'21

Power Dynamics, More Than Ideology, Drive US-China Tensions – Analysis By Denny Roy

Many commentaries discuss a resurgent ideological struggle between China and the United States. Ideology plays a role in the current …

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Jan'21

Kim Jong-Un Wants a Good-Will Gesture, and Biden Should Give It By Bonnie Kristian

Listening to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is, necessarily, an exercise in discernment. A man who would be laughable were …

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13

Jan'21

Expectations From Biden By Talat Masood

More than half of America and in all probability most of the world would be taking a sigh of relief …

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12

Jan'21

Will Brexit Break Britain? By Milton Ezrati

At last Britain and the European Union have signed a deal for Brexit. Aside from its specific provisions, its existence …

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12

Jan'21

The United States Needs a Democracy Summit at Home By James Goldgeier and Bruce W. Jentleson

It seemed like something straight out of a dystopian movie. Incited by the outgoing president of the United States, insurrectionists …

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12

Jan'21

‘Good News’ From IMF? | Editorial

Perhaps it would have been a little more reassuring if the news about the “good news” about the IMF program …

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11

Jan'21

Power, Water And Climate By Eurasia Review

As the planet continues to warm, the twin challenges of diminishing water supply and growing energy demand will intensify. But …

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11

Jan'21

The Shame Of Global Hunger – OpEd By Graham Peebles

We live in a world of plenty, resource rich, financially wealthy, but despite this abundance an estimated 700 million people …

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Jan'21

Afghan Peace Negotiations | Editorial

To be fair, nobody expected the road to Afghan peace to be a walk in the park. Getting the two …

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11

Jan'21

Global Dynamics in 2021 By Maleeha Lodhi

AT this time of the year many reports and assessments are published looking at the year ahead, identifying global dynamics …

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09

Jan'21

Joe Biden’s Foreign Policy Dream Team Is Disappointing By Ted Galen Carpenter

Anyone hoping that Joe Biden’s presidency might embrace new thinking on foreign policy and a greater receptivity to the concept …

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09

Jan'21

Dissecting the EU/UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement By Dr Muhammad Khurram

RECENTLY I came across a lot of friends who were really confused about Brexit. Some though Britain was still in …

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Jan'21

What Has Not Changed in U.S.-China Relations By John Cookson

In the last few years, it has become gospel in Washington that the status quo of U.S. policy toward China …

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08

Jan'21

Global Economic Outlook For 2021 By Rashid A Mughal

YEAR 2020 has been a year of disaster for the global economy. All the predictions and forecasts made in January …

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07

Jan'21

Indo-US Relations Under Biden By Inam Ul Haque

When I penned “Joe Biden, South Asia and Pak-US Ties”, printed on November 26, 2020, in this space, the administration …

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06

Jan'21

Inside Spoilers & Afghan Peace Process By Reema Shaukat

PAKISTAN has always supported Afghan-led, Afghan-owned peace process while extending its all-out political and moral support to Afghanistan. Last year …

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06

Jan'21

Kashmir Dispute — A Stark Proof of UN Failure By Muhammad Raza Malik

THE people of India illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir have been facing the worst kind of Indian state terrorism for …

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