world affairs

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Jan'19

Global Economic Outlook For 2019 By Rashid A Mughal

THE honeymoon is over, says the former Chairman of US Federal Reserve. According to World Bank, “Global Growth is expected …

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01

Jan'19

Global Economic Outlook For 2019: Chaos, Uncertainty And Turmoil By Shan Saeed

Markets are whistling past the graveyard Pandemonium is a difficult word to fathom. Systematic risk is getting serious now and …

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29

Dec'18

Pakistan’s Global Image Restored By Mohammad Jamil

THERE was a time not too long ago when Pakistan was considered the regional hub for many international airlines, such …

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28

Dec'18

India and Chabahar | Editorial

India has this week officially taken over control of operations at the Iranian port of Shaheed Behesti in Chabahar. And …

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27

Dec'18

The Importance of COP24 By Dr Shaukat Ali

The hot debate in the cold month of December was COP24 (Conference of the Parties 24). People from all sectors …

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21

Dec'18

Pulling Out of Syria — & Afghanistan? | Editorial

IT may be the right decision made for the wrong reason and executed in the wrong way. The reality of …

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18

Dec'18

How America’s Foreign Policy Establishment Got China Wrong By James Curran

CHINA HAS begun to assert a grand vision of its own for a new world. Speaking at the Communist Party’s …

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18

Dec'18

US Isolated For Blasting Iran Nuclear Deal By Mohammad Jamil

LAST week, the United States was alone at the United Nations Security Council over its decision to withdraw from the …

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15

Dec'18

China and Russia: A Strategic Alliance in the Making By Graham Allison

THE YEAR before he died in 2017, one of America’s leading twentieth-century strategic thinkers, Zbigniew Brzezinski, sounded an alarm. In …

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14

Dec'18

The Stealth Superpower By Oriana Skylar Mastro

China will not, repeat, not repeat the old practice of a strong country seeking hegemony,” Wang Yi, China’s foreign minister, …

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13

Dec'18

COP24 — Deal or no Deal? | Editorial

As the two-week UN summit on climate change prepares to draw to an end, much hangs in the balance. The …

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13

Dec'18

Broken Europe By Helen Thompson

The European Union has always struggled to accommodate the democratic politics of its members. The problem became serious in 1999, …

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13

Dec'18

The Korean Connectivity By Dr. Ahmad Rashid Malik

The basic purpose of Ri Yonh-ho visit to Beijing was to seek Beijing’s advice on resolving nuclear issues with Washington. …

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13

Dec'18

Setback for Modi | Editorial

AHEAD of next year’s general election, Indian ruling Bharatiya Janata Party lost key state elections in some of its strongholds of …

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12

Dec'18

How a World Order Ends By Richard Haass

A stable world order is a rare thing. When one does arise, it tends to come after a great convulsion …

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11

Dec'18

Will Brexit Bring Down Theresa May's Government? By Jonathan Hopkin

Brexit was always going to involve a tricky tradeoff between satisfying the political pressures at home to reduce immigration and …

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10

Dec'18

US-Taliban Dialogue: A Test For The Stakeholders By Asif Durrani

US Special Envoy on Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad is on his third mission to hold talks with Afghanistan’s neighbours (minus Iran) …

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08

Dec'18

Newfound US Afghan Focus | Editorial

Serious move towards endgame? President Donald Trump’s recent letter to PM Imran Khan was couched in tame diplomatic language, in …

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