Pakistan faces another setback in Reko Diq case

British Virgin Islands court passes an order to attach some of country’s assets in its territories By Hasnaat Malik Pakistan is faced with another setback on the international legal front as the More »

Nelson Mandela’s tributes to Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

By Ambassador (R) Syed Hasan Javed “Pakistan is among the strongest supporters of ANC. Instead of establishing embassy tomorrow, you are welcome to do it today, as our great friend. I have More »


By Lt Gen (R) Asad Durrani Power is all pervasive. The minutest of particles, the most lifeless of organisms, the most insignificant of existence  all have a coefficient of power that can More »

Pakistan sees new path of potential balance with Biden administration

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi shared his opinions about Pakistan’s future relationship with the US under a Biden administration on Sunday. Qureshi believes that Biden will have a different approach than More »


No change in US policy keeping its primacy over the world

No change in US policy keeping 1

By Interaction Desk With the Joe Biden in the presidency of USA, being old hawk it seems that he will continue the hawkish policy of trying to maintain American primacy over world. USA policy to keep Muslim world as its

Milley meets with Taliban in fragile peace negotiations

Milley meets with Taliban in 3

The Joint Chiefs chairman’s meeting comes at a profound moment of uncertainty for the U.S.-brokered talks on Afghanistan By Katie Bo Williams Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley this week met with Taliban negotiators in Doha, Qatar, amid an ongoing

India embraces the US at cost of Russia ties

India embraces the US

By Qian Feng For the first time since 2000, the annual Russia-India summit was called off. It is a sign of clear cracks between Moscow and New Delhi. Some analysts believe that Russia and India are not allies, but they

Russia-Ukraine rift a potential problem for Indian military

Russia-Ukraine rift a potential 1

By Ajai Shukla India, the largest operator of Soviet / Russian defence equipment outside the Russian Federation, has reason to worry after a Russian press release on Tuesday formally objected to the overhaul in Ukraine of military equipment built and

A new path forward for NATO and Russia Relations between NATO member states and Russia are complex and troubled

A soldier carries the NATO flag during German Minister of Defence Ursula von der Leyen's visit to German troops deployed as part of NATO enhanced Forward Presence (eFP) battle group in Rukla military base

It will take concerted efforts by both sides to move their interaction to a more positive plane By Sergey Rogov Adam Thomson Alexander Vershbow The security situation in Europe has deteriorated to its lowest point in the past three decades.

British MPs urge UK to impose sanctions on Riyadh for detaining royals

British MPs urge UK to impose sanctions 1

Cross-party probe concludes that Mohammed bin Nayef and Prince Ahmed are being mistreated in detention British MPs have called on their government and other countries to impose “Magnitsky-style” sanctions on Saudi Arabia and halt extraditions to the kingdom in response

Iran tells MBZ it will hit UAE in response to a US attack

Iran tells MBZ it will hit UAE

Threat given to Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed directly hours before Emirati statement condemning assassination of nuclear scientist Tehran “directly” contacted Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed last weekend, threatening the United Arab Emirates in the event

US hits “search and destroy” against China’s new silk roads

US hits “search and destroy”

By Pepe Escobar Seven years after being launched by President Xi Jinping, first in Astana and then in Jakarta, the New Silk Roads, or Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) increasingly drive the American plutocratic oligarchy completely nuts. The relentless paranoia

Mamallapuram beckons China’s Xi Jinping

Mamallapuram beckons 2

By M. K. Bhadrakumar The ancient port city of Mamallapuram on the Coromandel Coast in southern India where the informal summit between PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping may take place, is frenetic with activity. The authorities are busy

China has deployed ‘Satellite Jammers’

China has deployed 'Satellite Jammers' 1

Near Indian Border as PLA gets battle-ready at breakneck speed By Rajesh Sinha The last few days have seen an intense increase in incidents of firing along the Line of Control (LOC) between India and Pakistan. There has been the