Biden Presidency: Is U.S.-Pakistan Relationship Going Any Further Than Afghanistan? Americas Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Biden Presidency: Is U.S.-Pakistan Relationship Going Any Further Than Afghanistan?

Biden’s step into the Presidential Office is considered as the dawn of a “new era” in the United States (U.S.). With the new administration coming in with a different agenda,…

Jinnah’s Vision of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy: Where Did We Go Wrong? Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Jinnah’s Vision of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy: Where Did We Go Wrong?

“Pakistan has come to exist for ever” were the words of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah once he was sworn in as the first Governor-General of the newly born state of…

Pakistan’s Nuclear Energy Programme for Sustainable Development: Trends and Challenges Articles Asia Energy & Environment

Pakistan’s Nuclear Energy Programme for Sustainable Development

Faced with a burgeoning energy crisis and the accumulative economic cost of using fossil fuels to address energy shortfall, Pakistan views nuclear power as an affordable alternative to meet the…

Rethinking Terrorism in South Asia: A Case of Pakistan and India Articles Asia Defense & Security

Rethinking Terrorism in South Asia: A Case of Pakistan and India

The phenomenon of terrorism has been experiencing an epistemological evolution, with the critical terrorism thinkers challenging the western orthodox derivatives on the issue. A key deficiency in the orthodox imaginaries…

Addressing Cyber Security Negligence in Pakistan Articles Asia Defense & Security

Addressing Cyber Security Negligence in Pakistan

The UK-headquartered cyber threat research and security firm, Sophos Labs, recently published a report dissecting the replicas of legitimate Android apps injected with malware, primarily intended to exfiltrate the personal…

Importance of Shaheen Exercises for Pakistan Air Force and Indian Concerns Articles Asia Defense & Security

Importance of Shaheen Exercises for Pakistan Air Force and Indian Concerns

Military exercises are the highest form of military training and real-time application of theoretical knowledge. The objective of the military exercises is to increase the combat readiness, training, and learn…

Expanding Diplomatic Footprint: Pakistan and East Africa Articles Asia Middle East & North Africa Sub Saharan Africa Trade & Economics

Expanding Diplomatic Footprint: Pakistan and East Africa

A few years ago, whenever one thought of Africa words like disease, poverty and crisis came to mind. Over the years, the resilient people of the African continent have turned…

The ‘Indian Chronicles’: India’s Information Weaponisation against Pakistan Articles Asia Defense & Security

The ‘Indian Chronicles’: India’s Information Weaponisation against Pakistan

Within Pakistan, the discourse on India’s Fifth Generation Warfare (5GW) employing hybrid, i.e. strategic as well as non-strategic tactics against Pakistan has echoed for some time but with limited traction….

Balakot Strike Articles Asia Defense & Security

India’s Balakot Folly: A Case of Coercion Going Awry

In his book “Escalation and the Nuclear Option”, Bernard Brodie warned analysts against conflating occasional outbreaks of violence with a failure of deterrence. Mercifully, one constant across nuclear ages has…

Mapping the Contours of Russia-Pakistan Security Cooperation Articles Asia Defense & Security

Mapping the Contours of Russia-Pakistan Security Cooperation

The world is going through several geopolitical changes, such as the relative decline of the US’ global pre-eminence, the return of major powers’ competition, Russia-China entente and the emergence of…

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