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The Death of General Qassem Suleimani - Axis of Evil and a Praxis Medieval

At the turn of the new decade, a US drone strike that killed the head of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ Quds Force, Qassem Suleimani, threatened to push the region towards a major conflict between the arch enemies - Iran and USA.

Where Does the Expected Clash of Institutions Leave Pakistan?

Tensions are building within Pakistan’s institutions over several issues, including the extension of the Army Chief’s tenure.

How to Create a Safety Net in Rural Balochistan

Creating a safety net in the absence of official financial networks and services in rural Balochistan is not as difficult as one would assume.

Qassem Soleimani’s Assassination: Lessons for India?

Soleimani’s assassination puts us in uncharted strategic waters, with implications, based on interpreted lessons, for India and others.

What New Weapons Systems Will the Indo-Pacific See in 2020?

Indo-Pacific nations will continue upgrading their armed forces and procure a host of new military platforms in 2020.

What Does the Musharraf Verdict Mean for Pakistan?

The sentencing to death of Musharraf has been welcomed by many Pakistanis.

US Presidential Elections 2020: Outlook for Southeast Asia

  • Mercy A.
  • Feb, 2020
  • 358
  • U.S.-Asean Relations
Insights from Bridget Welsh.

Will Iran and the US clash in Lebanon and Syria?

Local circumstances limit the extent to which Iran and its proxies can retaliate against the US in Lebanon and Syria.

Pakistan’s Lost Hope of Civilian Supremacy

  • Daud Khattak
  • Feb, 2020
  • 577
  • Pakistan Civil-Military Relations
When Pakistan’s opposition joined forces with the government to extend General Bajwa’s term as army chief, it was a blow to pro-democracy activists.

Globalization isn’t dead yet

Air is veering its direction

Japan’s Options in the South China Sea

With some reverse thinking, smaller nations may be able to deter a major power.

The Death of Liberalism

Liberalism demands acceptance of our human differences and the ability to mediate them through democratic institutions.

Malaysia’s New Game in the South China Sea

What to make of Kuala Lumpur’s new claim to an extended continental shelf in the South China Sea.

India’s Militant Pipeline

From being jailed for throwing stones to joining terrorist groups, the history of radicalization in Kashmir shows that the region won’t stay quiet for long.

Can India Survive in a China-Centered Asia-Pacific?

India needs to drastically overhaul its current strategy - or risk ceding the region to Chinese control.

How to Avoid Another War in the Middle East

De-escalating After the Soleimani Strike

The Meaning Of Qassem Suleimani’s Death In The Middle East

You have written that Suleimani had “cult status within IRGC and among Shia militias in the region.” Can you describe that status in more detail?

The US National Security Strategy: Implications for the Indo-Pacific

The Trump admin makes clear the Indo-Pacific is at the top of its strategic agenda.

A Model Civil Servant

An autobiography by an exemplary bureaucrat offers tantalising glimpses into governance in Balochistan

Kashmir special status explained: What are Articles 370 and 35A?

  • The KIPS
  • Feb, 2020
  • 346
  • Heaven Lockdown
Indian government abolishes decades-old laws that gave a measure of autonomy to the disputed Muslim-majority region.

Pakistan’s Water Insecurity: The Human Cost

Better management of the country’s water resources and infrastructure investment are the keys to a water-secure future.

Is This the End of U.S. Interference in West Asia?

The U.S. can continue to thrash about with its superior military force, and it will continue to have bases that ring Iran.

The Rise of Chinese Neo-Imperialism

In recent world history, there has been “colonialism” and then what was termed “neo-colonialism,” which was first coined by the Ghanaian leader Kwame Nkrumah.

Faizan Taimoor Saqib

  • The KIPS
  • Feb, 2020
  • 671
  • Interview - FSP
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