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Britain after Brexit Into the unknown

Now that Britain is sailing in uncharted waters, Boris Johnson needs a lodestar. Liberalism offers one

UN Boss visits Pakistan - looking at Pakistan through a wider frame

Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary General, concluded a four day visit to Pakistan in February 2020.

Coronavirus… how bad will it get?

Probably. But public health services can help determine how severe it turns out to be

Donald Trump’s peace plan Dead on arrival

  • The KIPS
  • Mar, 2020
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  • TRUMP’S MIDEAST PLAN
A one-sided deal highlights the need for new leadership on all sides

What’s Next for the Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement?

A few days ago, the leadership of the Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM), a Pakistani social movement that purportedly works for Pashtun human rights in the country, was arrested.

Terror attacks drop but Pakistan ‘not out of the woods’

Over the past decade, Pakistan has been home to a large array of militant groups with multiple and sometimes overlapping motives

All Weather Friends: China and Pakistan Space Cooperation

Pakistan’s space program is set to benefit greatly from China’s advanced technology

CPEC and Beyond: China and the US Fight For Influence In Pakistan

Beijing and Washington tussle to have their way with Islamabad’s foreign policy decisions

Hidden costs; How digital financial services can prey upon the poor

  • The KIPS
  • Mar, 2020
  • 256
  • POVERTY AND PRIVACY
Where’s the scam filter?

The methane hunters

Methane is an important cause of global warming. Tracking its sources is crucial

How Come We Put a Man on the Moon But Can’t Cure Coronavirus?

Medically-minded mathematicians are far too few and far too between. Of those who are around, however, quite a few have been trying to crack the code on the Big C.

Intolerant India

  • The KIPS
  • Mar, 2020
  • 260
  • INDIA’S DEMOCRACY
Narendra Modi and the BJP are creating divisions that imperil the world’s biggest democracy

Destroying Kashmir

How long can this oppressive setup last?

Past and future feminists

The founding women, so to speak, would perhaps have been shocked to see the urban Pakistan that exists today

Climate & security

Political decisions must factor in the science of climate change

New social-media bill takes Pakistan another step backward

The PTI regime wants foreign social media providers to register in the country and succumb to government oversight of their content

Burden of adjustment

The government will have to pursue policies that limit the impact of structural adjustments.

Digital economy to accelerate development of Pakistan: Chinese expert

Pakistan’s e-commerce sales in 2018 stood at Rs 40 billion, which almost doubled sales of 20.7 billion in 2017

Libya: Before and After Muammar Gaddafi

Nine years after the military intervention, led by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to overthrow Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi, Libya remains trapped in a spiral of violence involving armed groups, sectarian, ethnic groups and external interference that have led the country into absolute chaos.

Whoever leads in artificial intelligence in 2030 will rule the world until 2100

A couple of years ago, Vladimir Putin warned Russians that the country that led in technologies using artificial intelligence will dominate the globe. He was right to be worried. Russia is now a minor player, and the race seems now to be mainly between the United States and China.

Myanmar Rohingya: What you need to know about the crisis

  • The KIPS
  • Mar, 2020
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  • ASIA MIGRANT CRISIS
In August 2017, a deadly crackdown by Myanmar’s army on Rohingya Muslims sent hundreds of thousands fleeing across the border into Bangladesh.

What Is the Indo-Pacific?

Like every imaginative space, the Indo-Pacific is a construct of contested interpretation.

The Middle East thinks America is going crazy

Arab countries are looking for partners who aren’t bogged down by chaos ranging from impeachment to Iowa.

What Does the Nine-Dash Line Actually Mean?

China could clarify what the nine-dash line means - and reduce tensions - without giving away any of its territorial claims.

Wasiq Mushtaq

  • The KIPS
  • Mar, 2020
  • 377
  • INTERVIEW - IRS
It’s important to devise your own strategy instead of blindly following someone else’s and later finding out it didn’t work for you.