With Trump recently announcing a heavy-handed approach against the Taliban, the idea of peace talks sounds improbable.
With new regional players and geo-strategic dynamics, Pakistan can now afford to go on an equal footing with the US.
Ghani, who always talked about peace, has reached a state where he considers Pakistan nothing but an enemy.
Why have there been limited efforts to present both sides of the story when it comes to the war of 1971?
Iran is not only extending ties with brotherly nations, Pakistan and Afghanistan, but also with regional power, India.
Should Pakistan really be worried by Indian advances in the Gulf? In theory and ideology – yes. But in practice – no.
What is terrifying is the prospect of Boko Haram knocking on the doors of the West when they are too large to defeat.
The message to the US is clear. Saying “Oops!” is not enough. Claim responsibility and hang your head in shame.
Does this give Al Jazeera a higher moral ground to lecture countries and governments on the current “refugee crisis”?
In the midst of such complications, the question still remains: Who could have killed Nemtsov after all?
Pakistan has decided it will not evacuate its citizens from China to counter the threat of the fast-spreading corona virus. Do you agree with the decision?
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Can Islamic Finance help Pakistan?
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