Relevant Again – Pakistan

Twin tower attacks in 2001, suspected involvement of Al-Qaeda and Taliban and Pakistan was almost forced to become part of the alliance that invaded Afghanistan to take revenge for the terrorism act that occurred in mainland America. Pakistan along with KSA and UAE were the only countries that were having...

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Historic Election in KP – (Former FATA)

By Saddam Tahir After 72 long years of Pakistan political history, first-ever provincial elections were conducted in KPK tribal district of former FATA and the decision of adding these areas under Pakistan’s administration and in constitutional mainstream has been finally taken. The poll took place across the seven districts (Bajaur,...

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A Fresh Start – Pak-USA Relations

By Zara Qurban Pakistan and USA relationships have been nothing but a series of roller-coaster rides, there were fluctuations and vacillation. Currently, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is at the White House where he was given warm welcome by the USA President Trump and both the leaders shook hands. PM of...

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Doha Talks – 7th Round

By Juma Khan Sufi The 7th round of talks, some say eighth round, between Taliban and Americans jointly sponsored by Qatar and Germany has apparently ended on a positive note, but without any usual upbeat statement coming from Zalmay Khalilzad. It seems that in general terms some sort of understanding...

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The Devil’s Advocate

By: Harris Ali Akakhail. Views of policymakers in the U.S, Afghanistan, and other regions about the current situation in Afghanistan and the predictions they envisage for Afghanistan in the case U.S forces exit the country, are precisely apparent. However, there is a lack of research to understand the views of...

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