Terrorism and Shift of Power in the Middle East

A Possible Future Emerging Scenario of Destroying Legitimacy for Muslim Statehood By Shaikh Muhammad Bilal After the end of the Second World War, USA and the USSR emerged as the … Read More

Growing Trend of Negative Coverage of CPEC in Media

India has been openly opposing the CPEC and China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative; the US also joined New Delhi. In this context, on October 3, 2017, US Defence … Read More

Pakistan Has Done More Than Its Share To Fight Against Terrorism Now The World Needs To Do More

By Rayyan Baig Afghanistan after Cold War Pakistan a land of peace and tranquility, welcomed anyone who came over to it in distress for help. It accommodated and shared everything … Read More

Senior Islamic State Khorasan leaders defect to Taliban

By Bill Roggio IS-Khorasan-pledge-TalibanSeveral members of the Islamic State Khorasan Provinces’ “central council” as well as other senior and mid-level leaders based in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar have … Read More

Rivalry of Saudi Iran threatens to expand in the region

On Sunday, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned that “divine vengeance will befall Saudi politicians” for “the unjustly spilled blood” of prominent Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr, executed by the … Read More

United Nations set to adopt resolution to disrupt Islamic State funds

Finance ministers from the 15 nations on the U.N. Security Council will meet Thursday to adopt a resolution aimed at disrupting the outside revenue that the Islamic State extremist group … Read More