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DANGEROUS DATA - WILL OLD FOES WAGE WAR?

  • Zeeshan Munir
  • Mar, 2019
  • Special Report

THE PAKISTAN-INDIAN RELATIONS ARE ON A DANGEROUS COLLISION COURSE, WHILE NEW DELHI IS AIMING TO BROWBEAT ISLAMABAD IS LIMITED, RISKY AND INCENDIARY

Everyone in Pakistan seems to have been caught off guard by the desperate Indian act of approaching the International Court of Justice (IJC) to safeguard its national Kulbhushan Jadhav. Minister of External Affairs of India Sushma Swaraj just ...


INF TREATY TURMOILIS THE TREATY ALREADY DEAD?

  • Jonathan Marcus
  • Feb, 2019
  • Special Report

CAN THE INF TREATY BE SAVED? OR, TO PUT IT ANOTHER WAY, DO EITHER AMERICANS OR RUSSIANS REALLY WANT TO KEEP THE TREATY? ON THE FACE OF IT THE ANSWER IS BIG NO

Never has the future of nuclear arms control seemed so uncertain.

At risk is not just the collapse of existing treaties, but a whole manner of interaction between Russians and Americans that has been crucial to mai...


NEW COLD WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND AMERICA: ANOTHER GREAT GAME?

  • Dr Syed Hussain Shaheed Soherwordi
  • June, 2017
  • Special Report

Russia's recent posturing towards Afghanistan has opened a new chapter in what could be termed a new great game in the heart of Asia with multiple players, including Russia, the United States, China, India, Pakistan and others

The clash of titans once again is taking place simultaneously in Afghanistan and Middle East notably in Syria. Russia and America are at the daggers drawn ...


Pakistan's Economy and Development: Challenges and Solutions

  • Dr Syed Hussain Shaheed Soherwordi
  • Mar, 2017
  • Special Report

Being the 40th largest economy in the world, Pakistan deserves an 'Institutional Effectiveness' rather than an 'institutional change'

Economic problems of a country are not only defined in terms of GDP, GNP, and line of poverty. Numerous other factors also constitute what is called ‘structural impediments’ in sustainable economic, political and social development. In case of Pakistan...


China Pakistan Economic Corridor

  • M. Abdul Mateen Khan
  • July, 2016
  • Special Report

A Diversified and Vibrant Development Project

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a part of economic, social and investment strategy of Pakistan and China. It comprises multifaceted activities that would stimulate economic development in Pakistan and the region by creating opportunities for trade, commerce, industry, employment; moreover, it will enhance linkages of Pakist...


Environmental Degradation In Pakistan

  • M. Abdul Mateen Khan
  • May, 2016
  • Special Report

The degradation of Environment, increasing air pollution is one of the alarming issues demanding urgent attention due to its adverse impacts on health air pollution has reached to alarming stage in major cities of Pakistan. The World Bank in its report titled ‘Cleaning Pakistan’s Air Policy Options to Address the Cost of Outdoor Air Pollution’, issued in 2014, had stressed that the issue shall be a prio...