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International Concerns Mount as Political Freedoms Diminish in Pakistan and Bangladesh

The political landscapes of Pakistan and Bangladesh have recently witnessed a disturbing trend of increasing authoritarianism, characterized by severe crackdowns on opposition parties. Both...

The Zionist Israelite–New Fervour in Old Skin

By Saeed A. Malik Among practicing Jews, the most prominent are those with long locks spilling out of their black hats, and raising slogans in...

Turkish Centennial Celebrations Highlight Nation’s Robust Global Political Influence

    A century of milestones, challenges, and remarkable progress; Turkey's 100th anniversary serves as a testament to the nation's enduring spirit and its journey towards...

When Skills Take Flight Abroad From Pakistan

Pakistan is experiencing a grievous brain outflow crisis as a large number of its citizens, including highly trained professionals, leave the country in pursuit...

The role of bystanders during a crisis: An impediment or asset to rescue efforts?

Abida Rahman Chowdhury The road leading towards Bangabazar fire packed end to end with people. Photo: Rashed Shumon You know how that old expression goes "Nero...

I AM ISRAEL

By: David Eliassen Fighter jets fly over the Israeli flag on Independence Day celebrations in 1957. The state’s founding a decade earlier was full of...

What is the Role of Media in the Israel-Gaza Crisis?

The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas in the occupied Gaza Strip has brought into sharp focus the role of Western media in shaping...

Empowering the Voiceless: Australia’s Referendum Reflects Commitment to Upholding Indigenous Rights

Image: City of Sydney  Today marks a significant moment in Australia's history as citizens across the country exercise their democratic right to vote in the...

Where is India Heading?

By Jan Lundius Some time ago I watched the Indian blockbuster RRR (Rise, Roar, Revolt). It received universal praise for direction, screenwriting, cast performances, soundtrack (which...

Is A New Cold War Brewing In The Middle East?

by Aamir Junaid The balance of power in the current geopolitical conflict is pivoting from American hegemony to the Asian continent. In order to preserve or...

Tense Vote: Uncertain Future for Indigenous Representation

On Saturday, Australians will cast their votes in a pivotal referendum that could alter the nation's constitutional landscape. This referendum aims to secure Indigenous...

Can Earthquake be Predicted? A Dutch Scientist Forecasts Earthquake in Pakistan

A Dutch scientist affiliated with the Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGEOS), a well-respected organization for seismic forecasting, has issued a warning about a potentially...

Going Nowhere Slowly At The UN General Assembly’s Annual Debate

By Priyal Singh The general debate at the recent United Nations General Assembly’s 78th session concluded in much the same way as the many that preceded...

Pakistan’s Soaring Electricity Bills And Possible Remedies

Pakistan has an installed capacity for electricity generation of 41,500 MW, which is a significant amount. With just 22,000 MW, the nation's transmission capacity,...

Going Nowhere Slowly At The UN General Assembly’s Annual Debate

By Priyal Singh The general debate at the recent United Nations General Assembly’s 78th session concluded in much the same way as the many that preceded...

Bahrain’s Political Prisoners: Resistance Against the Odds

By Inés M. PousadelaReprint Maryam al-Khawaja’s journey home ended before it had begun: British Airways staff stopped her boarding her flight at the request of Bahraini...

The Unyielding Spirit of Women:

Rasheed Noorani In recent years, the world has witnessed a wave of protests and movements advocating for justice, equality, and human rights. One of the...

10th anniversary of CPEC: Why is the project of great importance?

Farhad Chowdhury Pakistan's Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif addresses a ceremony to celebrate the 10th anniversary of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor in Islamabad, Pakistan, July 31, 2023./CFP Chinese President...

Guns for Hire? A Season for Mercenaries

By Thalif Deen Just after a band of mercenaries tried to oust the government in the Maldives back in 1988, I asked a Maldivian diplomat, using...

Rafale Fighters ‘Go Missing’ In Official Statements Of Both India & France; Is Indian Navy Really Getting Rafale-M?

By  Prakash Nanda File Image: Rafale M The just concluded visit of the Indian Prime Minister to France saw the rare phenomenon of the two countries...

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