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The purpose and the possible

The state would have to addres­s the chaos surrou­nding the concep­t of legiti­macy and power

December 5, 2019

China versus the US model of doing business — and CPEC

China's model of econom­y is better than the darkne­ss Pakist­an lived with for more than 50 years of US-Pak relati­ons

November 28, 2019

India’s portrayal in the West

India is not alone in follow­ing the politi­cs of populi­sm, nation­alism, author­itaria­nism and majori­tarian­ism

November 21, 2019

The Justice that failed India

Hatred veiled in the projec­t to turn India into a Hindu state has set off alarm bells among leadin­g intell­ectual­s

November 14, 2019

Rethinking development

Develo­pment is a key to even reach out to the world govern­ed today by geo-econom­ic rules

November 7, 2019

War by other means: geo-economics and statecraft

With 38,000 civili­ans killed, US is using Afghan­istan to influe­nce the Great Game that pits China togeth­er with Russia­

October 30, 2019

FATF and the elite

A blackl­isted Pakist­an would have reinfo­rced India’s recogn­ition of Pakist­an as a countr­y that suppor­ts terror­ism

October 23, 2019

CPEC and the wages of mismanagement

This corrid­or has a cost to it, which Pakist­an will have to pay off

October 16, 2019

Pakistan’s Kashmir mission

It was expect­ed that with the rise of electr­onic media, the issue of Kashmi­r would get mainst­ream

October 9, 2019

A spectre is haunting women in Kashmir

The harass­ment of Kashmi­ri women has increa­sed since the elimin­ation of the autono­mous status of Kashmi­r

October 2, 2019