World

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Apr'21

Complicated Afghan Endgame By Maleeha Lodhi

THE postponement of the US-orchestrated Afghan peace conference marks an early setback for renewed efforts to expedite talks on a …

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Apr'21

The April Climate Summit By Shahid Javed Burki

During his campaign for the United States presidency, Joseph Biden promised to reverse his predecessor’s indifference towards the problem of …

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Apr'21

Regional Situation, Impact on Pakistan By Samreen Bari Aamir

ON one hand, the United States has hinted at withdrawing its army from Afghanistan, On the other hand, the growing …

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Apr'21

Earth Day 2021: A Turning Point For Climate Action – OpEd By Dominic Kailash Nath Waughray*

Earth Day 2021 marks a historic moment for action on climate change. Today, at President Biden’s unprecedented Leaders Summit on …

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Apr'21

Does America Really Need to Contain China? By Jacob Heilbrunn

SEVENTY-FIVE years ago, George F. Kennan, who was charge d’affaires in the American embassy in Moscow, sent what has become …

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Apr'21

New Covid Curbs | Editorial

Covid-19 is running riot in neighbouring India – which marked a harrowing milestone of 314,835 cases of the lethal infection …

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Apr'21

Russia-West Tension | Editorial

AT the height of the Cold War, both sides indulged in a regular exchange of rhetoric, characterising each other in …

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Apr'21

Russia’s Weak Strongman By Timothy Frye

For 21 years, Vladimir Putin has reigned supreme over Russian politics. A skillful manipulator of public opinion, he wields the …

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Apr'21

Globalization’s Coming Golden Age By Harold James

The thought that trade and globalization might make a comeback in the 2020s, picking up renewed vigor after the pandemic, …

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Apr'21

Climate Action Now By Antonio Guterres

In this pivotal year for humanity, now is the time for bold climate action. The science is irrefutable and globally …

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Apr'21

Growing Upbeat in Pak-German Ties By Syed Qamar Afzal Rizvi

THE political, economic and cultural relations between Germany and Pakistan are longstanding, robust and reliable. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas …

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Apr'21

North Korea Is More Isolated Than Ever Before By Thomas Byrne

North Korea’s decision to submit a SARS-CoV-2 vaccine order to the GAVI, the vaccine alliance, a United Nations-affiliated entity that …

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Apr'21

Will US Troops Leave Afghanistan as Announced? By Kamran Yousaf

The Biden administration’s policy on Afghanistan is finally out. In a recent televised address, President Joe Biden said the US …

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Apr'21

Saudi-Iran Talks | Editorial

EVER since the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran, ties between Tehran and Riyadh have been increasingly strained, affecting sectarian relations …

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Apr'21

Lessons From Vietnam on Leaving Afghanistan

The prospect of an end to the conflict in Afghanistan has led many U.S. foreign policy experts to ponder the …

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Apr'21

US-China Contest For Influence in Asia By Asfan Tariq

The first high level in-person meeting amid US-Chinese officials under the new Biden administration had augmented tensions between the world’s …

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Apr'21

What a U.S. Withdrawal Means for Afghanistan By Carter Malkasian

In September of last year, peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government finally opened in Doha, only to …

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Apr'21

Pakistan Russia Relations By Tariq Aqil

THE end of WW-II in August 1945 ushered in the era of the cold war. The entire world community was …

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