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Revisiting "The Economist's" case for Pakistan being considered "Russia-leaning" Articles Asia Defense & Security

Revisiting “The Economist’s” case for Pakistan being considered “Russia-leaning”

Earlier this month, “The Economist” decided to mark the world map into sets of countries based on their leanings, support and historic allegiances with Russia and the West amidst the…

Maritime Policymaking is Essential for Pakistan's Geoeconomic Prosperity Articles Asia Defense & Security

Maritime Policymaking is Essential for Pakistan’s Geoeconomic Prosperity

Since its independence in 1947, Pakistan has struggled to defend itself against belligerent neighbours to its east and west, leading to recurring turmoil and conflict. Multiple wars and standoffs with…

Cold War’s Web of Interdependent Governance and the Connective Power Americas Articles Defense & Security

Cold War’s Web of Interdependent Governance and the Connective Power

The Logic of Cold War: The Web of Interdependent Governance and the Connective Power is written by Dr Tian-Jia Dong, a Professor of Sociology currently serving at the Westfield State…

OIC's Relevance in the Muslim World Articles Middle East & North Africa Politics & Governance

OIC’s Relevance in the Muslim World

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was established on 25 September 1969, after the arson incident at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem. The organisation was set up to safeguard…

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