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Emergence of New Terror Threats and Regional Plans for Peace-building

Emergence of New Terror Threats and Regional Plans for Peace-building

The current precarious situation in Afghanistan carrying the seeds of multidimensional crisis appropriately exposes the callous policy of the US-led west towards the innocent people of Afghanistan more than the Taliban regime. Ambassador (Retd) M. Alam Brohi Coverpage Exclusive The Nation states are tempted to create wars and try to win them for self-serving political...

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Munira Mirza: The student radical who became ‘Boris’s brain’

Munira Mirza: The student radical who became ‘Boris’s brain’

For a politician often regarded as a loner, despite his clubbable persona, Ms Mirza’s departure is a big loss to the prime minister – an independent voice gone from the sometimes rather sealed world of Downing Street. By Justin Parkinson Munira Mirza, one of Boris Johnson’s closest aides, has quit, blaming what she called a...

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The Nepal Opportunity 2079

The Nepal Opportunity 2079

The Indo-Pacific Region is predominant well focused by the only global power the US. The immediate neighbors’ China and India are imminent to acquire their political space in South Asia and the Himalayas has been more vibrant By  Binoj Basnyat 2079 BS will make an entrance with two main issues that will shape the national...

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Kashmir: The Struggle Continues

Kashmir: The Struggle Continues

The world leaders still have time to shun their political, economic and strategic expediencies to stop the grave and blatant human rights violations in the Jammu and Kashmir Valley; to save the valiant people of Kashmir from demographic genocide and perpetual subjugation By M. Alam Brohi, Cover page Exclusive  The brave people of Jammu and...

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Iran nuclear talks show some progress

Iran nuclear talks show some progress

U.S. officials have hinted that there must be significant headway by late January or early February for the negotiations to continue. The United States and Iran have yet to meet directly in Vienna. By Julia Materson After months of stalemate, recent talks in Vienna suggested a growing convergence among the negotiating states (China, France, Germany,...

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Bridging The Gap

Bridging The Gap

For any policy to get a buy-in from society and other political stakeholders, it is necessary to have systems and values in place supported by an enabling environment that is receptive to the policy’s guiding principles. By Aisha Khan PAKISTAN’S recently launched National Security Policy (NSP) has received both flak and praise. The nature of...

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Secret of ‘microwave weapons’ targeting US diplomats revealed

Secret of ‘microwave weapons’ targeting US diplomats revealed

The rise and fall of ‘Havana Syndrome’ is a story of lazy assumptions and sloppy reporting By Paul Robinson In this figure from Christian Franck’s paper, the neural cells are physically broken by the cavitation (high-rate, or explosive, event) that happened at the red X. Initially, there were cells everywhere. However, close to the cavitation...

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Explainer: What is the Yemen war?

Explainer: What is the Yemen war?

The war has killed tens of thousands of people, mostly civilians, and left millions on the brink of famine, in what the UN has called the world’s worst humanitarian disaster. A country marked by war, large-scale destruction and perennial hunger, Yemen is once again in the spotlight following an attack on the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by...

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Biden wants to brag, but most Americans think his first year was a disaster

Biden wants to brag, but most Americans think his first year was a disaster

“You can’t crow about your foreign policy when 55 percent believe you’re doing a terrible job as commander in chief”. Stephan Rabimov Stephen Rabinov write about emerging markets, fashion, arts, and culture. One of the most important lessons I learned as a presidential speechwriter is that when the president’s words do not match what the American people...