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Dec'20

Digital Age: Protecting Users Online By Tayyaba Iftikhar

SOCIAL media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others have given a new definition to the term “connected” whereby …

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28

Dec'20

Endings For Beginnings: Reaching A Brexit Deal – OpEd By Binoy Kampmark

It was a hurried dash and came just before the end of the transition period. The UK and the European …

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28

Dec'20

Who Causes Climate Change? By Imran Jan

The short answer is: all of us. Doubtlessly, climate change is caused majorly by the oil corporations. However, taking refuge …

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28

Dec'20

Russia is Back — But in a Different Way By Shahid Javed Burki

Russia is back on the front pages of Western newspapers but not in the way it was expected to appear …

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28

Dec'20

Will Biden’s Administration Simply Represent a Third Obama Term? By Michael Lind

WILL A Biden administration’s foreign policy be radically different from that of Donald Trump? Apart from symbolic acts like rejoining …

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26

Dec'20

Why Biden Should Confront China By Gideon Rachman

IN THE four years since Joe Biden was last in the White House, Xi Jinping’s China has become more authoritarian …

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26

Dec'20

Year 2020 For Pakistan and the World By Yasmeen Aftab Ali

COVID 19 has completely changed life as we knew it for people world over. Of course since stupidity has no …

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26

Dec'20

Brexit Deal | Editorial

THE European Union and Britain have finally reached a deal that will govern the essentials of their post-Brexit relationship. The …

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24

Dec'20

Why America Needs a Foreign Policy Reset By Dimitri K. Simes

THE UNITED States today faces real geopolitical peril, and neither the Biden team nor the broader U.S. foreign policy establishment …

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24

Dec'20

Contemporary Climate Change By Dr Sahar Fazal

A warming climate is taking its toll on Earth from different perspectives. We have to wake up to this ferocious …

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24

Dec'20

Pakistan’s Perceived Role in Russia’s GEP By Syed Qamar Afzal Rizvi

STRATEGICALLY, Russia’s Greater Eurasian Partnership (GEP) is regarded as an important component of Moscow’s foreign policy. President Putin simplified this …

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24

Dec'20

US-Iran Relations | Editorial

One of the most consequential foreign policy decisions that the Trump administration took was undermining the previous Obama government’s deal …

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24

Dec'20

Current Account Surplus | Editorial

The monthly streak of year-on-year surplus in the current account continues, in a sign of sustained, gradual economic recovery that …

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23

Dec'20

Debt Relief | Editorial

As part of the larger Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI) to help neutralise the economic hardships brought upon by the …

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23

Dec'20

Talking Peace While Making War By Malik M Ashraf

THE hopes kindled by the US-Taliban Agreement in February 2020 and subsequent commencement of intra-Afghan dialogue on 12 September to …

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23

Dec'20

Geo-Strategic Importance of Pakistan-Russia Relations By Sajjad Shaukat

There are no permanent friends and enemies in international politics. Friendship and enmity change in accordance with the states’ interests …

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23

Dec'20

Pakistan-Saudi Ties | Editorial

THE relationship between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia is indeed a strong one that goes back decades. While Pakistanis have a …

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19

Dec'20

Success At UNGA | Editorial

Pakistan secured a diplomatic victory on Friday when a resolution it sponsored was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly …

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