Who Attacked Indian Pathankot Air Base

By Zaheerul Hassan Six suspected terrorists in Indian Army uniform attacked Pathankot Air Base early morning on the second day of the year 2016. It is MiG-21 Bison base of … 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

Securing Stability in Afghanistan, the ‘Heart of Asia’

The upcoming Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process meeting offers an opportunity for the world to come together on Afghanistan. By Aziz Amin Ahmadzai By placing Afghanistan at its center, the Heart … Read More

Russia is Restoring Balance of Power

By Sajjad Shaukat Renowned scholars of international relations, Lord Castlereagh, Quincy Wright, Hans J. Morgenthau and Kenneth Waltz agree by remarking, “Checking the unusual dominance and hegemony of the world … Read More

Indian Muslim, Accused of Stealing a Cow, Is Beaten to Death by a Hindu Mob

By David Barstow and Suhasini Raj Amid a politically charged national debate over religious intolerance, a Muslim man was beaten to death on Monday by a mob of Hindus who … Read More

The Might of the Pen – Indian Writers Stand Up To Modi

By Ananya Vajpeyi Over the past month, Indian writers have been returning awards from India’s National Academy of Letters, the Sahitya Akademi. They have issued individual statements, signed written petitions, … Read More

Lyndon Johnson, India’s Modi and a cow named Bessie

By M.K. Bhadrakumar The India-Nepal stand-off is only deepening following the visit by the Madhesi leadership from the Terai region to New Delhi, seeking, reportedly, fresh instructions on how to go … Read More