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Pakistan’s Second Chance

Growing up we have all heard the tales from our elders about how Pakistan was once a shining beacon of progress in South Asia. How in the 1960s Pakistan’s economic growth inspired some of today’s most successful nations such...

FATF & Pakistan

Established in 1989, Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an intergovernmental body having a ministerial mandate regarding policymaking directed at curbing money laundering and terror financing. Currently, thirty-nine countries are members of FATF. FATF categorizes countries into two lists. ...

Space Warfare as New Domain of War

Over the last few years, the domain of Space Warfare has come to the center stage with Implications that can allow one country to dominate their territory. United States of America has put forward its first step and highlighted...

Secular India under Modi

India is the world’s largest democracy with the second largest military by size. An emerging economic power directly shaping the lives of around 1.3 billion people. Under the leadership of Narendra Modi, Indian national politics as well as the outlook of India...

American Taliban; The Footprints of US Special Forces in War Against Terror

In the capital city of Gardez in Paktia Province of Afghanistan at 3.00 am US Special Operations Forces stormed the house. The members of the family were busy celebrating the party thrown to the guest on the birth of...

Ayodhya Verdict & its Implications

India, a country with second largest population in the world and has diversity in cultures and religions. But the majority space is captured by Hindus which reflects system the impact of Hindu ideology irrespective of the fact that countries...

The Role of Social Media in Pakistan’s Politics

The political uprising in Egypt and Tunisia in 2011 intensified the discussion on political potentials of internet communication. In June 2009, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton declared internet freedom in American foreign policy after the protest of Iranian...

Pakistan-US relations during Trump’s Era

Since the convergence of Pakistan in the USA camp during the Cold War, he relations between Islamic Republic of Pakistan and United States of America have gone through several phases where they can be associated within a wide range...

Pakistan’s Growing Relations with Russia

It is not odd that Russian President Putin once rightly pointed out the Pakistan and its necessary role in Muslim World. He viewed the importance Russia attaches to Pakistan in words that “Russia attaches great importance to Pakistan, and...

Importance of Indus Water Treaty for Pakistan

Water is an incredible gift of Allah and one of most valuable resources on earth, and it is said Allah gifted Nile to Egypt and Indus to the Sindh province of Pakistan. The standard of the Indus alongside different...

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Tribute to Shaheeds of Gayari Sector Avalanche Incident 2012

Siachen, a cold hell, highest battleground on earth. Temperature drops in Siachen to as low as -60 C. Both...

Pakistan’s Second Chance

Growing up we have all heard the tales from our elders about how Pakistan was once a shining beacon of progress in South Asia....

Specifications of Pakistan Army’s Type-85UG Main Battle Tank

The Type-85 is a medium role main battle tank based on the Type-80 chassis which itself was China's attempt in creating a new MBT...

Predominant Weapons Systems of Pakistan Armed Forces at Pakistan Day Parade

Shahpar-II MALE UAV  The GIDS Shahpar II is a medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) tactical UAV. Operations It provides SATCOM & Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) roles with...

FATF & Pakistan

Established in 1989, Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an intergovernmental body having a ministerial mandate regarding policymaking directed at curbing money laundering and...