Kashif Khawaja

September 9, 2018

Pakistan’s Exit West Moment?

In August of 2001, Pakistan’s military chief General Pervaiz Musharraf took oath as the president of the country. A month following the vent of 9/11 and […]
September 9, 2018

Turkey-US Relations; The Turning Point

The maxim; ‘no permanent friends and no permanent allies’ is not something unheard in this century. For the current realm of international relations, this fits a […]
August 26, 2018

The Saudi-Canadian Fiasco

In the international realm, things neither have a set pattern or any kind of order; things occur and more than often give rise to expansive rifts […]
July 9, 2017

For Peace in Afghanistan, Talk to Pakistan

The Trump administration’s Afghanistan policy review provides an opportunity to confront a central truth: No strategy, even with more troops, will succeed without reducing Pakistan’s support […]
July 9, 2017

Why the G-20 Matters?

Even if you’re not paying much attention to this week’s Group of 20 summit, it’s a good reminder of the major themes in geopolitics right now. And […]
July 8, 2017

For Russia, Trump-Putin Meeting Is a Sure Winner

MOSCOW — With the long-awaited first meeting between President Vladimir V. Putin and President Trump finally in sight, the Kremlin is hoping at a minimum to inject some […]
July 8, 2017

Elizabeth Warren, back from first trip to Afghanistan, says, ‘I’m not there on a troop increase’

Back from her first overseas trip to visit U.S. military personnel, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) warned that the Trump administration is creating a “diplomatic vacuum” in […]
July 8, 2017

Pakistan wants stability in Afghanistan: Janjua

ISLAMABAD: National Security Adviser retired Lt Gen Nasser Khan Janjua said on Thursday that Pakistan supported peace and stability in Afghanistan and stressed the importance of […]