Saudi Crown Price, Mohammed bin Salman, Pakistan Articles Asia Politics & Governance

From Rhetorical Moderation to Literal Extravagance: Saudi Crown Price Visits Pakistan

The Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman – who remained in the headlines over the past few months in the wake of Saudi Arabia’s ambiguous stance on the mysterious killing…

Middle Class, Pakistan Articles Asia Politics & Governance

The Counter Elite: An Ascendant Middle Class in Pakistan

  The electoral triumph of Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-E-Insaf (PTI) in 2018 general election has left little doubt in the notion that an emerging middle class is now at the…

Pakistan, Balochistan, CPEC Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Redressing the Imbalance in Balochistan

Balochistan – often identified as the wild and rather discontented southern nook of Pakistan, made plenteous headlines last year – headlines narrating tales of blood, of cold and brutal rebellion,…

Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Ideological Moorings of the Society and its Impact on PTI

In its seven decades of political transitions, Pakistan has witnessed governments backed by different political ideologies, offering diverse political programs, sometimes radically different from their predecessors. The nation has witnessed…

Cybersecurity, Pakistan Articles Asia Defense & Security

Need of a Robust Cybersecurity Regime for Pakistan

The latest National Internal Security Policy (NISP) for the first time emphasizes about securing cyberspace. It is the first policy document which stresses on securing the cyber domain by proposing…

Naya Pakistan, Ahmadi Articles Asia

Naya Pakistan – Pressing the Restart Button

‘Naya’ Pakistan has finally made its way to become a reality after years long political struggle of Pakistan Tehreek-i- Insaf (PTI). PTI stands as a distinct political party in Pakistan,…

Pak-Afghan, Pakistan, Afghanistan Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Evolving Pak-Afghan Ties in Recent Times

Pak-Afghan relations have always remained tumultuous, mostly tilting precariously towards volatility, as the blame game persists. Afghanistan accuses Pakistan of supporting terrorist sanctuaries, whereas Pakistan categorically denies the Afghan allegations…

Gwadar Port, Desalination Plants, Pakistan, Balochistan, Gwadar, CPEC Articles Asia Energy & Environment

Gwadar Port Desalination Plants: Avoiding Past Trends

As water resources continue to deplete, the world is turning to the sea for solutions. Desalination of water, through the process of reverse osmosis, has helped countries escape periods of…

Pak-China, Free Trade Agreements Articles Asia Trade & Economics

Pak-China Trade: Free Trade Agreements

Ever increasing imports, and not nearly enough exports; such is the constant state of dilemma that is coming in the way of Pakistan’s growth. According to the country’s Commerce Secretary…

PTI, Imran Khan, Victory Speech Articles Asia Politics & Governance

A Moonwalk for PTI?

When Imran khan made his victory speech on national television, he gave the country a ray of light, which the people were desperately looking for. His words made people realize…

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