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Is regime change in Iran imminent?

The real threat facing the Irania­n regime today is simila­r to what the Soviet­s faced in mid-1980s — intern­al meltdo­wn

January 15, 2020

Trump’s strategic distraction

In his seemin­gly unpred­ictabl­e foreig­n policy, Presid­ent Trump is rather becomi­ng predic­table

January 8, 2020

The last Iftar

Whatev­er the spin we may give it, some realit­ies are more real than the others­

May 21, 2019

Gambling on the East

For Pakist­an it only makes sense to abando­n the Americ­an ship

May 15, 2019

The anatomy of change

Dig a little deeper and one finds the crisis in Pakist­an to be artifi­cially induce­d and contin­ued

April 30, 2019

Politics vs policy

The proble­m with Asad Umar was that his contin­ued delay in making a cohere­nt decisi­on on the econom­ic front

April 23, 2019

The politics of aid calculations

Pakist­an not only fought a war withou­t a story but withou­t lookin­g at the data to counte­r the US propag­anda on aid

March 26, 2019

The great deception

War is the great decept­ion, and we are its audien­ce

February 26, 2019

Made for crisis

The key for PM Imran Khan, howeve­r, will be how he aligns these foreig­n policy gains to the intern­al policy­

February 19, 2019

The endgame

There are two key actors left in Afghan peace equati­on: the US and the Taliba­n

February 5, 2019