Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Published Blogs

Effect on Children Due to Armed Conflict

All kids deserve education. All kids deserve to be safe. All kids deserve a future. Madu and his family were forced to shelter in a village in Mainok, like hundreds of thousands of kids in Nigeria violence has stopped their studies in...

CPEC: A boom for Pakistan

Ever since the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project was launched, it has been ruffling feathers of some regional players as well as some world powers. Understandably so, CPEC has elevated Pakistan-China collaboration to the next level. Besides bringing...

Exclusive Report on Islamic State Khorasan Province

In 2015, Islamic State (Daesh) announced establishing of Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP). Initially, it drew fights & commanders from Tehreekh e Taliban (TTP) splinters residing mostly in Afghanistan, including Hafiz Saeed Khan head of ISKP and Former TTP...

Return of Taliban – What lies ahead for Pakistan

A delightfully unanticipated series of developments that occurred in quick succession in Afghanistan over the last weekend, left the world dumbfound. No one could have imagined such a smooth and non-violent transition of power in Kabul. The ill-planned and...

Unfolding Afghan crisis: Impact on Pakistan

The proposed Taliban-Afghan government Peace Conference, expected to be held in Istanbul on April 24 this year, never took place. The ensuing scenario continues to rapidly unfold in front of the world. After the US President Joe Biden’s declaration...

PSF’s Exclusive: Comedian Debugged

Nazar Muhammad aka Khasha Zwan was a member of Afghan Local Police (ALP) a CIA-backed militia, (accused by Human rights of serious human rights violations). He was from Dand district Kandahar was deployed at Shah Wali Kot, Kandahar. He...

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...

Latest News

Pakistan’s GIDS Unveils MALE UAV

Pakistan defence conglomerate Global Defence and Industrial Solutions (GIDS) has unveiled an armed version of its SHAHPAR-II medium altitude...

Why India’s Agni-P Does Not Provide A2/AD Anti-Ship Capabilities

I was surprised to see some Indian “military analysts” on Twitter, rather laughably claiming that the medium range ballistic missile Agni-P, currently under development...

Pakistan Navy Detects Indian Navy Submarine

Pakistan Navy successfully detected and located an intruding Indian Kalvari-Class (French Scorpène, non-AIP) attack submarine, which had crossed over into Pakistan’s Exclusive Economic Zone...

Pakistan to Commission First Tughril Class Frigate

The commissioning ceremony of the lead-ship of the Tughril-Class of Guided Missile Frigates of the Pakistan Navy, PNS TUGHRIL, will take place in November...

Project P-282: Pakistan Navy’s Hypersonic Weapons Program

As Pakistani military observers may have noticed in the last decade, the Pakistan Navy is being revamped, and heavily invested in, culminating in a...