The PTI government’s directionless Kashmir policy pakistan Articles Asia Politics & Governance

The PTI government’s directionless Kashmir policy

Policymaking in Pakistan does not always follow strictly linear paths. Fairness demands a deeper analysis of PTI’s performance to determine whether it is tailored toward applying pressure on India for…

Pakistan, India, Geostrategic Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Conceptualising Pakistan’s Geostrategic Identity

Pakistan’s strategic location is routinely touted by government functionaries and observers across the world to describe its distinct geographic resource value in terms of trade, connectivity, and security. In retrospect,…

100-Day Lockdown in Kashmir: Paradise to Living Hell Articles Asia Politics & Governance

100-Day Lockdown in Kashmir: Paradise to Living Hell

A couple of days ago, Syed Ali Geelani in his letter to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan asked Pakistan to withdraw from peace pacts with India. He also urged Khan…

Can Pakistan bring Riyadh and Tehran on the table Saudi Articles Middle East & North Africa Politics & Governance

Can Pakistan bring Riyadh and Tehran on the Table

Pakistan has always been left with tough choices in its longstanding bilateral relations of shared ambitions and mutual interests; such is the case of its relation with the two Middle…

India, Pakistan, Kashmir, South Asia Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Apocalypse Now Kashmir

The history of the world is stocked with examples of great powers who once believed in some mythical manifest destiny, who once believe stringently that conquering of the world is…

Cybersecurity, Articles Asia Defense & Security

Revival of the National Cadet Corps – From Bullets and Guns to Hearts and Minds

Pakistan’s National Cadet Corps (NCC) has remained a branch of the Pakistan Army as a program run under the Pakistan National Guard and acting as a reserve force from 1948….

Articles Asia Defense & Security

Coining Pakistan’s Civil-Military Integration : A Chinese Model

The extension of COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa recalls the memory of the former Army Chief given an extension. Back then, the impetus of such a decision was different than…

India, Pakistan, Kashmir, Hindutva, Human Rights, United Nations Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Telltale Signs of Fascism in Modi’s India

This is the first time in Indian history that an oppressive power is about to materialize its fascist objectives through the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the mouthpiece and political wing…

India, Kashmir, Pakistan, United Nations, Governance Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Abrogation of Article 370 and India’s Crackdown in Kashmir: A Human Rights Perspective

On 5 August, India abrogated Article 370 from its constitution through presidential order. The erasure of the Article ceased the autonomous status of Indian held Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and…

Pakistan, UK Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Power Devolution in the Health Sector of Pakistan: A Comparison with England

Healthcare system of a country intends to serve the basic health related needs of the population that determines the welfare of the society. The government has a major role of…

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