Strategic Stability and Nuclear Security Global and Regional Perspectives

Keynote Address by Lt Gen Khalid Ahmed Kidwai, NI, HI, HI (M) at The Center for International Strategic Studies (CISS) International Conference Islamabad 08 December 2021 Ladies and gentlemen. Good evening, and More »

Gwadar heads to a promising 2022

City makes huge progress in port operation, aims to become logistics hub GWADAR:  “I will grow up to become a doctor. I want to travel around the world and show them what More »

No country suffered from conflicts as much as Afghanistan: PM Islamic world pitches ways to aid desperately poor Afghans

OIC countries pledge fund to stave off Afghanistan ‘chaos’ 17th Extraordinary Session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers Islamabad – December 19, 2021 90 foreign delegates including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, More »

USA: A Thankless Friend

By Nusrat Mirza Examining the recent situation, it is necessary to express that USA is a thankless friend. Pakistan made it single super Power of the world in 1989 by defeating USSR More »

An Interview with Consul General of China H.E. Mr. Li Bijian, at Karachi

China & Pakistan are determined to carry forward the CPEC projects  for win-win cooperation. An Interview conducted by Mr. Nusrat Mirza ‘Chief Editor Monthly Interaction’  with Chinese Consul General H.E. Li Bijian, More »

 

The beginning of the end for the Saudi-Led coalition in Yemen

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UAE, Saudi, and affiliated local forces have begun withdrawing from locations across southern and western Yemen; while couched as “redeployments,” together the moves suggest the Saudi-led coalition is actively looking for an exit strategy By Gregory D. Johnsen November was

Strategic Stability and Nuclear Security Global and Regional Perspectives

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Keynote Address by Lt Gen Khalid Ahmed Kidwai, NI, HI, HI (M) at The Center for International Strategic Studies (CISS) International Conference Islamabad 08 December 2021 Ladies and gentlemen. Good evening, and good morning, to all of you in your

China has increasingly hardened its position

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By Talmiz Ahmad Maroof Raza, distinguished commentator on India’s security challenges, has in this well-researched and lucid book provided the various dimensions of the border dispute that lies at the heart of the ongoing Sino-Indian confrontation. The ambiguous status of

China’s BRI crown jewel joins the era of defiance and dissent

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The crown jewel of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) increasingly looks like a powder keg that has exploded By Dr. James M. Dorsey Mass protests have for the past month swept Gwadar, a Chinese-dominated Pakistani port city 90 kilometres

The EU state set for a big fight with Brussels in 2022

By : Paul A. Nuttall –  is a historian, author and a former politician. He was a Member of the European Parliament between 2009 and 2019 and was a prominent campaigner for Brexit. This year has seen Poland join Hungary

Spectre of war is haunting Europe

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A fateful week is ending today for international security with the Russian Foreign Ministry releasing the two documents on security guarantees that Moscow had proposed to Washington as the basis for discussions to ease the tensions over NATO’s eastward expansion

India in a world at war

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New Delhi should take care not to get sucked  into the big power confrontation India faces an unprecedented foreign policy challenge as big-power conflicts are brewing in Eastern Europe and in the Far East. Independent India has not witnessed anything

Papers reveal what CIA did to captives in Afghanistan

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By Kit Klarenberg New published documents have shed fresh light on the CIA’s detention and interrogation program in Afghanistan, describing in alarming detail some of the extreme techniques used by officers that resulted in deaths in captivity. In a recent

USA has betrayed Afghanistan and rejects to help Afghanistan

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By Interaction Desk As a plan USA left Afghanistan to handover the governance to Taliban keeping the Afghan assets of 9 Billion dollars seized and left the Taliban in economic crisis. Pakistan has said several times that there will be

India’s next Chief of Defence Staff and his remit

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By Bharat Karnad Soon after the death in a helicopter crash of General Bipin Rawat, the first Chief of the Defence Staff and Secretary, Department of Military Affairs (DMA), the army began canvassing for its chief, General MM Naravane, to