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…

Pak-Israel Maritime Security Engagement in the Context of Abraham Accords Articles Defense & Security Middle East & North Africa

Pak-Israel Maritime Security Engagement in the Context of Abraham Accords

The United States Naval Forces Central Command (USNAVCENT) is co-hosting International Maritime Exercise 2022 (IMX22) with the Mediterranean-based Sixth Fleet, which is conducting the Cutlass Express 2022 (CE22). IMX is…

Al-Mohed Al-Hindi 2021: Strategic Options for Pakistan and India Articles Asia Defense & Security

Al-Mohed Al-Hindi 2021: Strategic Options for Pakistan and India

Trading together creates a partnership but fighting together creates brotherhood. This is not an effort to romanticise war, but bonds made on the battlefield often last longer. During peacetime, it…

Drifting Towards the New Cold War? Articles Asia Defense & Security Oceania

Drifting Towards the New Cold War?

Few instances have had as profound an impact on global politics as the Suez Canal Crisis of 1956, President Nixon’s visit to China in 1972, or the Fall of the…

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