Assassination of Pakistan’s top Generals and the President – 17 August 1988

By Zaid Hamid The crash of the C130 of Pakistani president General Zia in 1988 was one of the greatest tragedies to befall on the Muslim world in the 20th century. This More »

Pakistan, back to bad old days

By Babar Cheema It is abundantly clear that Pakistan has decisively re-joined the American camp after a brief interregnum. It is the same old transactional relationship now. Pressure was piling up on More »

Center for International Strategic Studies Sindh (CISSS)  “Physics and Mechanics of Nuclear Technology and Its Applications”

by Dr Ansar Parvez —- 1- 4 August 2022 Dr Ansar Parvez, Advisor (Nuclear Power) National Command Authority, former Chairman of Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, conducted a four-day workshop at CISSS from More »

The rise and fall of political dynasties

By Ashok K Mehta Sri Lanka has witnessed its Arab Spring moment. Accused of enjoying extra-constitutional authority and with 27 military-led task forces in governance, the Sri Lankan Army (SLA) has steered More »

Mortal and immortal heads of hydra terrorism strikes back in Pakistan

By Ihsan Ghani The reality is that terrorism like Hydra was never over, its mortal head (extremism) is still alive. It got multiplied, resulting in a worsening security situation. Pakistan’s focus was More »

 

Center for International Strategic Studies Sindh (CISSS)  “Physics and Mechanics of Nuclear Technology and Its Applications”

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by Dr Ansar Parvez —- 1- 4 August 2022 Dr Ansar Parvez, Advisor (Nuclear Power) National Command Authority, former Chairman of Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, conducted a four-day workshop at CISSS from 1 to 4 August on “Physics and Mechanics

About General Asif Nawaz Janjua COAS Pakistan 1991- Jan.93

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By: Nusrat Mirza Great professional general to whom behind the scene I helped to raise to the office of COAS. One article and one meeting with President Ghulam Ishaq khan to Convince to raise him as COAS by saying he is

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Cataclysmic floods in Pakistan  killed 1,300+ including 380 children,  Wounded 12,600 Relief Operations Underway More than half of Pakistan affected by floods, millions homeless There has been $10 billion of damage and an estimated 1 million homes wrecked Pakistan is

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China says ‘mission accomplished’ around Taiwan Beijing has announced the successful completion of assignments around the island, but added that regular patrols will continue China has announced an end to the unprecedented military exercises around Taiwan, which were launched following

Guarantor of peace in Pakistan

By Barkat Ullah Pakistan is located in a region that is constantly impacted by the rivalries of regional and major powers such as China and India border disputes, the China-US trade war and Russia and the US political tensions, etc.

Super Floods 2022

Flooding in Pakistan, caused by the heaviest rainfall in more than three decades, has killed more than 1,200 people including 400 children since June and caused more than $10 billion in damage. The extreme weather following some of the hottest

‘The colonisers never really left’

How the UK is enabling India’s violence against Muslims The British Empire left behind an unfinished project that the Modi regime took on By Bhavani Kunjulakshmi On 9 May 2022, the community of Shaheen Bhagh, one of Delhi’s Muslim neighbourhoods,

Living in a world built on All-American lies

Disinformation has triumphed in our all-American world, the most notable being the lies that sparked our “forever wars.” Is there any room left for moral courage in this context? By Kelly Denton-Borhaug Recent episodes of purposeful and accidental truth-telling brought

About General Rahimuddin Khan Ex-Governor Baluchistan and Sindh

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By: Nusrat Mirza He was a great person. I had the opportunity to work with him in 1988 as per agreement with General Ziaul Haq and Mohajir Rabita Counsel. When he became Governor as per agreement with General Zia I

NATO prepares for “warfighting against nuclear-armed peer-competitors”

By Andre Damon At the conclusion of this week’s NATO summit in Madrid, Spain, the members of NATO, including most European states as well as the United States and Canada, adopted a strategy document outlining plans to militarize the European