Real life drama in air

Remembering 12th October 1999 By Capt. Tariq Baloch October, 1999 Capt. Sarwat of Pakistan International Airlines airbus-300, an old buddy and I had gone to Colombo, Sirilanka for Airlanka Golf classic tournament. More »

Why is India and the world scared of CPEC?

By Mir Mohammad Ali khan China Pakistan Economic Corridor-The moment you speak of CPEC, two reactions are generated mostly. Majority of Pakistan knows the benefits of this historical macro project but there More »

The King’s Speech…….

By Saeed A. Malik Many years ago, when Zia ul Haq had newly installed himself as President, he declared that it was only after he had taken over that his eyes had More »

Imran vs- Imran

By Humayun Gauhar After two years, the opposition finally put up what looks like a forced alliance of eleven parties and named Fazlur-Rehman as its head. The alliance they called ‘The Pakistan More »

Is a course correction needed?

By Maleeha Lodhi Few governments in Pakistan’s recent history began their term with the advantages Prime Minister Imran Khan enjoyed over two years ago. It had unqualified support from the military, significant More »

 

Europe marks distance from Indo-Pacific strategy

Europe marks distance from Indo-Pacific strategy

In the European estimation, it is simply impractical to try to isolate China and, importantly, China’s rise on the global stage is a compelling geopolitical reality that demands engagement to mutual benefit By M. K. Bhadrakumar The European Council special

Where is the border?

Where is the border4

By Ajai Shukla In early-1950, the year after the Chinese Communist Party established the People’s Republic of China, two army groups of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) began a race to “liberate” Tibet. From Sichuan province, the South-Western (SW) Army,

India has now become the sick man of South Asia

India has now become the 1

India has never looked so vulnerable and edgy in its own neighbourhood as it looks now By Sanjay Kumar Be it India’s economy, its handling of the Corona virus pandemic, its socio-political landscape, its foreign policy, its handling of security

Modi is clueless about facing China

Narendra Modi is clueless about facing China1

India’s failure to confront Beijing diplomatically is glaring in its ineffectiveness By Ashok Swain For over six months now, China has occupied more than 1000 square kilometres of Indian claimed territory in Ladakh. People’s Liberation Army soldiers had not only

Will India face a China – Pakistan war in November?

Will India face a China - 1

The IA’s Northern Command would be stretched if all three of the corps under it – based in Leh, Srinagar, and Nagrota (near Jammu) – were to face hostilities By David Devadas Could the Chinese build-up along the Line of

India is nowhere in the world; denial won’t work

India is nowhere in the world_ denial won't work

The elite in New Delhi delude themselves by thinking the country can hold its own on the world stage By Bhim Bhurtel The perceptions of Indian political leaders and top bureaucrats about their country’s position in the world appear far

Tripartite dialogue over Kashmir

Tripartite dialogue 1

Only way out Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai Dr. Moeed Yusuf, Special Advisor to Prime Minister of Pakistan on National Security and Strategic Policy disclosed in an interview with senior Indian journalist, Karan Thapar (October 13, 2020) that India sent us

India – Pakistan J&K borders aflame

India - Pakistan1

By Ajit Kumar Singh According to official statistics, at least 3,595 incidents of violation of the Cease Fire Agreement (CFA) by the Pakistan Army have been recorded along the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB) in the

Quad serves the design of USA

Quad serves the

By Interaction Desk American always forms a team of the countries to fight it enemy.  SEATO, CENTO were formed against Soviet Union. Then NATO was established against Soviet Union in Afghan war. Now, Donald Trump administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy is the

US, India to remain strange bedfellows regardless of any military pact

United State, India to remain strange 1

By Liu Zongyi With over 10 days before the US-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue between the foreign and defense ministers of the two sides, which will reportedly take place on October 26 and 27, some Indian media outlets have already started