• 24 September, 2022
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Pakistan in Endless Churn  

During the dying days of the government of Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan, he continued to insist on his own popularity. As he struggled to survive against the combined…

By Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd)

Is Pakistan Losing its Footing in Afghanistan?

Pakistan and Afghanistan’s relationship has been hitting stalemates in recent times, this comes at the junction of ramped-up attacks across the Durand Line on both sides. Ever since the fall…

By Siddhant Kishore

Pakistan’s Muddled Political Scene: Denouement or Drama?

One way or another, history is in the making in Pakistan. One of two things which have never happened before, could happen in the next few weeks and months. If…

By Sushant Sareen

Balochistan is Burning – Pakistan Should Remember 1971!

Among the many regions in this increasingly troubled and violence afflicted world where the local populace yearns for freedom from their oppressive regimes, the independence movement in the   province of…

By Lt Gen Kamal Davar (Retd)

Baloch Rebels Strike Pakistani Army – An Inghimasi Style Attack !

Last evening, Baloch rebels attacked two military camps in Pakistan’s Balochistan province, one attack took place in Panjgur and the other in Noshki Frontier Corps camp. ISPR (Inter-Services Public Relations)…

By Levina

Imran Khan Being His Vacuous, Vapid and Vituperative Self in UNGA

As much as Imran Khan’s cult (which includes obsequious retired Pakistani generals, diplomats and ‘serving’ journalists) might like to imagine that the world comes to a stop when Taliban Khan…

By Sushant Sareen

America’s Afghanistan Debacle – End of the Unipolar World

Entire world has been left aghast and outraged by the heartbreaking and horrendous images of desperate Afghans fleeing for their lives from Kabul, becoming hapless victims of IS-K suicide attack…

By Sonal Shukla

Faiz Hameed’s Mission Imposition in Kabul

The visit of Pakistan’s spymaster, DG ISI Lt Gen Faiz Hameed, to Kabul in full public glare has not only re-confirmed what the world has known for long – the…

By Sushant Sareen

Pakistan Riding the Taliban Tiger

“He who rides a tiger is afraid to dismount” - Chinese Proverb The accepted Westphalian sovereign international order of State responsibility and westernised societal behaviour stands threatened by the rise…

By Lt Gen Vinod Bhatia (Retd)

The Afghanistan Kaleidoscope

As Afghanistan becomes more complex one is tempted to recall events in memory which caused similar confusion. None qualifies more than 9/11 when the world was really stumped; terror, lawlessness…

By Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd)

Fire in Afghanistan Can Travel to Pakistan Too!

Qamar Cheema Afghanistan’s socio-cultural fabric has been long broken because of constant wars and a ‘revolving door’ political system. The fall of Ashraf Ghani’s government and the failure of Afghanistan's…

Wait And Watch in Afghanistan

Wait And Watch in Afghanistan Dr Seshadri Chari History seems to be obsessed with the bad habit of repeating itself. For more than four or five centuries Afghanistan has been…