Aisha Saeed Articles by: Aisha Saeed

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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Reconfiguring Pakistan US Ties

Reconfiguring Pakistan US Ties

  Pakistan has been an ally to the United States for decades. The entente began soon after Pakistan’s independence, the history of which is well documented and consumes most part of Pakistan’s foreign policy preferences. The bilateral marriage between the two countries has been on the verge of divorce to […]

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Media, War and Foreign Policy

Media, War and Foreign Policy

Conventional understanding of foreign policy is usually limited to the state and the type of government of that particular state. In the study of international political community (International Relations), states play the role of actors; each of which is driven by a particular approach towards other nations. Foreign policy articulates […]

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Sin or Security: Media and National Defense

Sin or Security: Media and National Defense

A heavy proportion of a state’s survival in the world lies in the spine of a vigilantly orchestrated national security. Few components of this security paradigm comprise of nonnegotiable ribs while others variably revolve around internal “need of the hour” and changing external factors like global politics. Intertwined with the […]

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Pakistan, Russia and China: An Emerging Coalition?

Pakistan, Russia and China: An Emerging Coalition?

Alliances and coalitions form the core of international politics but more often come with a price. The norm of coalition with fellow states has deep roots in the political evolution of the world hence, till date this practice though much more complex, still serves as an important element in making […]

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Military and Media: The Two M’s of Modern Warfare

Military and Media: The Two M’s of Modern Warfare

“Military” and “Media” are two opposite terms on the vocabulary spectrum and are well-established fields in the 21st century’s academic and practical front. Evolution in a methodological application is an inescapable change, yet a need, which due to the transformation on technological front has aided the development of all fields […]

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International Bodies’ Conflict Resolution; A Failed Matrix in the Age of Proxy Wars

International Bodies’ Conflict Resolution; A Failed Matrix in the Age of Proxy Wars

It is understandable that conflicts in the world have existed since the earliest of human interaction, but so has the process of resolving those conflicts. Humans form tribes that grow into a community, the community forms nations, nations collectively form states and when states are formed, probability of conflicts is […]

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Source: Tribune International

Saudi’s Way Forward: Vision 2030

Geopolitics, Middle East May 11, 2016 at 5:29 am 1 comment

Once ruled by the Ottoman Empire, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia began to take its shape in the early years of 1902 by Ibn Sa’ud who belonged to the merchant class of Najd, after series of inter-tribal politics, Saud managed to conquer Riyadh and the modern day country made its […]

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Ambient of Islamic Military Alliance

Ambient of Islamic Military Alliance

Geopolitics, Middle East March 28, 2016 at 4:45 pm 0 comments

Alliance is an active agent in the realm of International Relations and perhaps forms the core of the field and its practical implication. Mainly created to cater the mutual needs of many countries, the world has witnessed unions of even the most unlikely states. Aisha Saeed Aisha has done her […]

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