Opinion

July 8, 2017

Folk is the Narrative

The question of narrative is the question of a nation’s identity, its culture and heritage. The reverent policy analysts and think tanks, in Islamabad, have been […]
July 8, 2017

Drugs in Pakistan: A Growing Peril

Pakistan is not new to the menace of drug trafficking and abuse and has been familiar to this phenomenon since the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. From […]
July 8, 2017

Policy Dilemmas for the Trump Administration in Asia

Terrorism is defined as an operational technique with the objective of delivering a message to a wider target audience[1]. With evidence of the Islamic State establishing […]
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 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 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 […]
September 28, 2017

DPRK, Rapprochement in Asia and the Trump Administration

Hua Chunying, spokeswoman for the Chinese foreign ministry issued a clear statement recently, that China urges all parties to the tensions in the Korean Peninsula to […]
October 10, 2017

Kashmir: Pellets, Pictures and the Case of Dead Eyes

On September, 24th, 2017 at the United Nations General Assembly, Dr. Maleeha Lodhi, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative at the United Nations, showed a picture of 17-year old […]