Time for Pashtuns to make clearer choices

By Atta Rasool Malik Pashtuns are suffering in the South Asia region. In Afghanistan, they are kept out of power and face the wrath of Nato-led forces. In Pakistan’s Federally Administered … Read More

Solidarity with Kashmiris

By Tariq Rizwan February 5, each year is observed as a Kashmir Day when a part of Kashmir was liberated from India called Independent Kashmir (in Urdu it is called … Read More

Corridors of Peace & Development in Asia – New Horizons

By Tariq Rizwan China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is likely to usher a new era of development and prosperity in Asia by connecting South Asia, Eurasia and the Middle East through … Read More

South Asia warned of Earthquake Than Nepal’s

By Vibhuti Agarwal A sweep of the western Himalayas in India, Nepal, Pakistan and Afghanistan is at risk from earthquakes as strong as magnitude 8, geologists warn, as pressure mounts … Read More

Annual Forecast 2016

Annual Forecast 2016 With old geopolitical realities resurfacing across Eurasia and commodity prices stuck in a slump, 2016 is shaping up to be an unsettling year for much of the … Read More

Saudi Arabia and Pakistan’s Evolving Alliance

The two Muslim powers seek a “reset”—but events in the region may make that impossible. By Giorgio Cafiero , Daniel Wagner In early November, Pakistan’s chief of army staff, General … Read More

Is Israel Behind Paris Attacks?

By Sajjad Shaukat Much has been written and said by writers and analysts of print and electronic media about the coordinated terror attacks in a stadium, a hall, restaurants and … Read More

Paris Tragedy: Anti-Muslim Chauvinism in France

By Sajjad Shaukat Just after the simultaneous terror attacks in Paris which killed more than 130 persons, on November 13, the people of France, the government and the media became … Read More

The Pakistan Nuclear Nightmare

By New York Times With as many as 120 warheads, Pakistan could in a decade become the world’s third-ranked nuclear power, behind the United States and Russia, but ahead of … Read More