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  • How Kim has Cornered the US

    How Kim has Cornered the US

    Years ago Bernard Brodie wrote about how war will be like after the induction of nuclear weapons. With the evolution of the concepts of deterrence and compellance, war strategies accounted for this “absolute weapon” as a mean to deter and compel the adversary. Thankfully, a nuclear clash has remained hypothetical […]

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  • Media in Conflict – The Case of Al-Jazeera

    Media in Conflict – The Case of Al-Jazeera

    The Arabian Gulf is a home to several Arab countries that are closely knit in terms of geopolitical connectivity, ethnicity and religion. This particular bloc of nations is not only rich in natural resources but given the past few years, they have become active in regional and international politics on […]

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  • Shifting Alliances

    Shifting Alliances

    The flagship publication of the US Council on Foreign Relations, the Foreign Affairs magazine, ran the words “Present at the Destruction” on its cover. The issue itself covered many aspects of Trump’s leadership ever since he assumed office in January. His campaign trail will likely become the benchmark of how […]

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  • The White of the Flag: Contributions of Non-Muslims for National Defense of Pakistan

    The White of the Flag: Contributions of Non-Muslims for National Defense of Pakistan

    Since the independence of Pakistan, non-Muslim Pakistanis with their Muslim countrymen, have shouldered responsibilities in the building of the country. Like Muslim Pakistanis, the non-Muslim countrymen also excelled in the fields of education, arts and literature, social services etc. According to the figures available on the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics’ […]

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  • Curse of Authoritarianism: Pakistan’s Viceregal Politics and Regimentality of Social Institutions

    Curse of Authoritarianism: Pakistan’s Viceregal Politics and Regimentality of Social Institutions

    In the world order which was emerging after World-War II, the British Empire was struggling to maintain its colonies all over the world and especially in the subcontinent. The war had exhausted the resources of the empire which was based on racial superiority and stimulated the political process for independence […]

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