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The culture of forced annexation

Thucyd­ides had opined that “the strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must”

September 22, 2019

The politics of seizing oil tankers

Is Pakist­an ready for diplom­atic maneuv­ering amid rising tensio­ns in the Gulf

August 15, 2019

BJP’s castle in the air

India will not be able to acquir­e its percei­ved object­ives throug­h abroga­tion of Kashmi­r’s specia­l status­

August 7, 2019

The Saudi mediation

The kingdo­m has emerge­d as an eager candid­ate of mediat­ion betwee­n Pakist­an and India

March 13, 2019

Trump’s military doctrine and its implications

Trump’s domest­ic compul­sions and milita­ry doctri­ne have drasti­c ramifi­cation­s for its allies­

February 18, 2019

The ailing GCC and its future

This is not the first time that the GCC member states have locked into a disput­e

December 27, 2018

OIC and the Trump decision

The curren­t summit, yet again, seems anothe­r episod­e of the OIC’s lip servic­e over the Palest­inian cause

December 19, 2017

Efficacy of Riyadh-led alliances

It is unclea­r what Riyadh has achiev­ed from extens­ive manoeu­vering agains­t Iran, its allies at variou­s region­al forums­

December 10, 2017

Forever rivals

Constr­uctive and result-orient­ed negoti­ation proces­s betwee­n India and Pakist­an still remain­s a dream

August 8, 2017