• 02 February, 2023
Geopolitics & National Security


A Make-or-Break Month For Pakistan

As the world looks at a new world order replacing the old one, many countries are at the brink of a turmoil; one among them is Ukraine in Europe, and…

By Levina

Pakistan’s National Security Policy: An Analysis

A National Security Policy (NSP) paper has recently been released by Pakistan purportedly after working seven years on it through a vast consultative process. There are two parts of the…

By Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd)

Pakistan: Cooking Up Half-Baked ‘Raw’ Stories

In recent days, the Pakistani state and military establishment has had to make two stunning U-turns to kowtow before ‘Indian agents’. The first was a humiliating surrender to the Tehrik-e-Labbaik…

By Sushant Sareen

Labbaik Long March: Pakistan Between Scylla and Charybdis

On October 6, relations between the military and the civilian government in Pakistan took a tumble after Prime Minister Imran Khan refused to issue the orders appointing Lt Gen Nadeem…

By Sushant Sareen

Imran Khan: Between Frying Pan and Fire

Imran Khan: Between Frying Pan and Fire The implosion in the Pakistan Democratic Movement  (PDM) is being seen by Imran Khan and his cronies as the fizzling out of the…