Category: World

  • Desperate Biden’s Peace Deal By Abbas Nasir

    Desperate Biden’s Peace Deal By Abbas Nasir

    Desperate Biden’s Peace Deal By Abbas Nasir US PRESIDENT Joe Biden seems to have put his personal credibility on the line by spelling out what he called a comprehensive three-phase Israeli proposal. He said “it is time to end this war” in Gaza and secure a “lasting ceasefire”. That fact alone ought to trigger hope,…

  • Why America Loses Wars By Shahid Javed Burki

    Why America Loses Wars By Shahid Javed Burki

    Why America Loses Wars By Shahid Javed Burki Given the number of wars the United States has fought and mostly lost in the period since its victory in the Second World War, it has become a favoured piece of analyses to study the various aspects of these conflicts. These analyses are undertaken by social scientists…

  • Ukraine War: Twists and Turns By Dr Muhammad Ali Ehsan

    Ukraine War: Twists and Turns By Dr Muhammad Ali Ehsan

    Ukraine War: Twists and Turns By Dr Muhammad Ali Ehsan Back in year 2022, the Washington-led NATO countries were very confident that Russia had made a mistake and would be soon defeated in the war in Ukraine. With corresponding economic sanctions that would damage Russian economy, the US was confident that it has the right…

  • The Trump Verdict: What Cost To The Republic? – OpEd By Tim Donner

    The Trump Verdict: What Cost To The Republic? – OpEd By Tim Donner

    The Trump Verdict: What Cost To The Republic? – OpEd By Tim Donner Show me the man, and I will show you the crime. So said the right-hand man to Joseph Stalin, architect of the infamous show trial, the centerpiece of the Soviet system of justice. Today, many Americans are wondering whether their own justice…

  • What Does America Want From China? By Rush Doshi; Jessica Chen Weiss and James B. Steinberg; Paul Heer; Matt Pottinger and Mike Gallagher

    What Does America Want From China? By Rush Doshi; Jessica Chen Weiss and James B. Steinberg; Paul Heer; Matt Pottinger and Mike Gallagher

    What Does America Want From China In “No Substitute for Victory” (May/June 2024), Matt Pottinger and Mike Gallagher raise important concerns about the Biden administration’s China policy. But their analysis misses the mark. Their review of key episodes in the administration’s China policy is inaccurate, and they propose steps that the administration is already taking.…

  • What Trump’s Return Might Mean for Global Order – Foreign Affairs

    What Trump’s Return Might Mean for Global Order – Foreign Affairs

    An “America First” World By Hal Brands What would become of the world if the United States became a normal great power? This isn’t to ask what would happen if the United States retreated into outright isolationism. It’s simply to ask what would happen if the country behaved in the same narrowly self-interested, frequently exploitive way…

  • World War III? By Mahir Ali

    World War III? By Mahir Ali

    World War III? By Mahir Ali THE president of Ukraine has lately devoted a great deal of his energy to soliciting international attendance at a supposed peace conference scheduled to be held in Switzerland in mid-June. He is particularly keen on the participation of Joe Biden and Xi Jinping. Vladimir Putin has not been invited.…

  • Iran-India agreement & sanctions on Pakistan By M Abdullah Hamid Gul

    Iran-India agreement & sanctions on Pakistan By M Abdullah Hamid Gul

    Iran-India agreement & sanctions on Pakistan By M Abdullah Hamid Gul UNDER the 10-year agreement with Iran, India can now go to the Central Asian region, Turkey and Syria through “Chabahar Shaheed Behishti Port” without going through Karachi or Gwadar ports. India will invest 30 billion 88 crore rupees for this project. However, we are…

  • China’s Economy Remains Stable By Aslam Javed

    China’s Economy Remains Stable By Aslam Javed

    China’s Economy Remains Stable By Aslam Javed China’s economic resilience, marked by a stable uptick in key indicators in April, reflects a consistent recovery trajectory despite global and domestic challenges. Data released from the National Bureau of Statistics on May 17 suggests that the world’s second-largest economy is tackling headwinds with measured but steady growth.…

  • How Inequality, Unemployment, and Slow Growth Hold India Back – Foreign Affairs

    How Inequality, Unemployment, and Slow Growth Hold India Back – Foreign Affairs

    Modi’s Middling Economy By Rohit Lamba and Raghuram Rajan On June 4, after counting roughly 650 million votes, the Election Commission of India is scheduled to announce the winner of the 2024 parliamentary elections. Polls suggest it will be the Bharatiya Janata Party, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. If the BJP is voted back…

  • US-China competition: Reshaping of New World Order By Dr Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan

    US-China competition: Reshaping of New World Order By Dr Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan

    US-China competition: Reshaping of New World Order By Dr Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan IT seems that the Biden Administration, the US military junta and media outlets are trying to create a new world order based on their constant Containment and Collapse of China’s policies and Military Complex Theory. Unwise sanctions on the Chinese EVs, upward…

  • Manhattan trial: Trump’s saga By Dr Imran Khalid

    Manhattan trial: Trump’s saga By Dr Imran Khalid

    Manhattan trial: Trump’s saga By Dr Imran Khalid THE Manhattan trial of Donald Trump has emerged as a captivating drama, with both Democrats and Republicans eagerly eyeing its potential to sway the upcoming presidential election in their favour. This legal showdown is laden with risk and reward for both camps. While the trial’s outcome may…

  • Pakistan’s quest for a foreign policy By Senator Mushahid Hussain

    Pakistan’s quest for a foreign policy By Senator Mushahid Hussain

    Pakistan’s quest for a foreign policy By Senator Mushahid Hussain For the first time in history, Pakistan’s relationship with all its four neighbours face serious challenges, ranging from conflict and confrontation to question-marks. Lack of strategic clarity and regional realignments, coupled with incessant internal strife and unending political instability, with Pakistan having 7 prime ministers…

  • Is India a Threat to Global Stability? By Rakhshanda Mehtab

    Is India a Threat to Global Stability? By Rakhshanda Mehtab

    Is India a Threat to Global Stability? By Rakhshanda Mehtab Recently, the US has imposed sanctions on many corporations. Three of the 12 companies were based in India. Sahara Thunder appears to be the primary front company involved in carrying out these operations, as per the US Treasury Department. Zen Shipping, Port India Private Limited,…

  • America’s Race for 100-year rule By Rizwan Ghani

    America’s Race for 100-year rule By Rizwan Ghani

    America’s Race for 100-year rule By Rizwan Ghani AMIDST allegations of all the king’s men in judiciary, Trump’s trials of election interference and classified documents are history. With Trump emerging as Republican candidate, his campaign has given 2024 election winner strategy: heads I win, tails you lose. New book Finish What We Started details Steve…

  • Sino-Russia Strategic Partnership By Dr Zafar Nawaz Jaspal

    Sino-Russia Strategic Partnership By Dr Zafar Nawaz Jaspal

    Sino-Russia Strategic Partnership By Dr Zafar Nawaz Jaspal SINO-Russian bilateral relations are on a positive trajectory. Both sides favour multipolarity in global politics and are cementing their strategic partnership to counter United States sanctions and balance NATO’s Asian foray. On May 16, 2024, President Xi and President Vladimir Putin expressed their resolve to deepen the…

  • Iranian Tragedy | Editorial

    Iranian Tragedy | Editorial

    Iranian Tragedy | Editorial THE tragic helicopter crash on Sunday, in which Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi, foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and several other officials lost their lives, comes at a critical time for the Islamic Republic. While internally, Iran is faced with significant economic challenges, externally, Tehran is in the midst of an undeclared war…

  • Pak-KSA All-Weather Friendship By Faisal Ahmad

    Pak-KSA All-Weather Friendship By Faisal Ahmad

    Pak-KSA All-Weather Friendship By Faisal Ahmad Strong signs of cooperation between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and Pakistan are quite encouraging. The dominating factor of economic engagement is particularly more soothing for Pakistan amid the tough struggle against the economic crisis. The unprecedented dip in the national economy during the past couple of years…