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Pakistan

Balochistan in media’s limelight for two days

Muhammad Usama Khalid Who says Quetta is backward? If somebody still thinks so, they should listen to the guest speakers of the Pakistan Literary Festival...

India

Bharat Shakti Exercise: false and outdated

Interaction Team On March 12, 2024, India showcased its military might through the Bharat Shakti exercise, conducted in Porkhan, Rajasthan, proximate to Pakistan's Tharparkar area....

The triangle of death for India

Mirza Kashif Baig In the intricate tapestry of South Asian geopolitics, the notion of the "Triangle of Death" has emerged as a pivotal strategic concern,...

China

America

Shifting Alliances: a realist analysis of US-Taiwan relations

Wajeeha Najam The nature of international relations, as understood through the lens of realist theory, is fundamentally shaped by the principle that states operate in...

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Russia

Putin’s Nuclear Threats: A serious warning to the west

CE President Vladimir Putin's warnings regarding the potential use of nuclear weapons should be taken with the utmost seriousness. Putin, facing significant pressure due to...

The tug of war

Asia

How to project India’s human rights violations and its systematic economic marginalization of Indian-Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJK) in Europe?

Dr. Uzma Shujaat The above question implies that we already have up-to-date facts and figures to proceed to effectively emanate them when, in fact, depressingly,...

India’s contradictory policy towards (SCO)

Noureen Choudry India's involvement with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) has followed an interesting track. As New Delhi strengthened ties with Washington after the Cold...

Op-Ed: time to discipline India through FATF

Iraj Abid According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), money laundering in India reached USD 159 billion in 2021, accounting for...

THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF INEQUALITY IN INDIA, UNDER THE RULE OF THE BHARATIYA JANATA PARTY (BJP)

SUMMRA HAMID India, as the world's largest democracy, boasts a rich tapestry of cultures and faiths, with a thriving economy and Western alliances. India is...

GROWING HINDUTVA IN INDIA-MANIPUR TO GURGAON

ABDUL HAMEED The General Elections of 2014 in India, resulted in a triumph for the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) and as a result, a Pro-Hindu...

Miscellaneous

Interaction Team The ancient Indian civilization, one of the world's oldest, is a tapestry of diverse cultures, traditions, and innovations that have profoundly shaped the...
Nusrat Mirza, Chairman, Rabita Forum International (RFI) visits Orangi School Scouts and Receives souvenir from trainers, teachers and organizers.

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Opportunities in turmoil: Pakistan’s Foreign Policy amid global power shifts

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In the ever-evolving landscape of global geopolitics, Pakistan stands at a pivotal juncture. The growing assertiveness of the China-Russia bloc against the traditional hegemony...

Introduction of Pakistan as a nuclear state

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The journey of Pakistan to be a nuclear state began in the 1970s when Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was ruling the country. Bhutto...

Freedom is not for sale

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"Freedom is Not for Sale." General Zia-ul-Haq, the former president of Pakistan, is renowned for saying these poignant remarks, which still reverberate throughout the...

India’s tactical advancements: a mere ripple against china’s tsunami

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Amid the escalating geopolitical tensions in the Asia-Pacific region, the strategic military balance between India and China emerges as a focal point of international...

Blog

Sheikh Hasina Wins 5th Term In Bangladesh Amidst Controversy

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Bangladesh, a nation with a rich history of political ebbs and flows, finds itself at another significant juncture. Sheikh Hasina, a seasoned politician and...

Bangladesh’s Flawed Election Increases Risk Of Violence

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In recent times, Bangladesh has witnessed significant political upheaval. The latest general elections held on January 7, 2024, mark a critical juncture, raising concerns...

Veto Power: How the US Shaped the Outcome of Gaza’s Ceasefire...

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The recent ceasefire vote at the United Nations Security Council has sparked controversy and raised questions about the role of veto power in international...

COP28: Everything You Need to Know

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The 28th iteration of the Conference of the Parties (COP28), part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), was held in...

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