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Wednesday, July 24, 2024

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Why Pakistan Does Not Recognize Israel

In the aftermath of the most "Historic" announcement about the establishment of relations between Israel and the UAE, debate about Pakistan and Israel's relationship is trending in the media and political circles. Many analysts are advocating that Pakistan must...

Exclusive Report on Regrouping of TTP, a Renewed Threat

Mohammed Khurasani, spokesman for Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan, announced that Jamaat ul Ahrar, its breakaway faction (2014), and Hizbul Ahrar, a splinter group of the JuA (2017), have been dissolved and merged into the TTP. Both leaders have sworn allegiance to...

Multilateralism & Corona Virus “COVID-19”

Multilateralism is cooperation among countries getting together and trying to find peaceful solutions to common problems and challenges. The best example would be climate change which does not respect national boundaries and does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, nationality,...

How much Populism is playing in meek Global Response to COVID-19 Pandemic?

We alone represent the people’s will and messiah to solve threats to society. Such is the common sentiments of leaders now occupying the political sphere in various countries. Over the last decade, populists across the globe are making headlines....

NASR Tactical Ballistic Missile: A Death To Indian Cold Start Doctrine

South Asia, the southern part of the largest continent in the World, holding up to a quarter of world population in major regional, and small states. And now those South Asian states are lying just on the verge of...

Moon Sighting, “Science or Tradition” (Mufti Muneeb or Fawad Chaudry)

Recently we are again having this controversy between Fawad Chaudry and Mufti Muneeb regarding the Sighting of the moon. The idea behind writing on this issue is to clarify misconceptions revolving around this topic as this new trend of...

Impacts of CPEC on Economy & Security of Baluchistan

The geographical location of Baluchistan posits its geo-strategic strength. Its proximity to Middle East, South Asia, Central Asia, and China offers much to its advantages. Strait of Hormuz, which is among the most significant “Sea Lanes of Communication”, passing...

Climate Change and its Implications for Pakistan

“No challenge poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change.” (Barack Obama, 2015) Introduction over past years, the uncertain and unpredictable climate changes have evolved from an environmental issue to serious human security and development challenges. Environmental challenges...

Erdogan’s Neo-Ottomanism and Hagia Sophia

The Hagia Sophia has been at the heart of a centuries-old ideological and political battle between the Ottoman Empire and the Byzantine empire. Being a symbol of Christendom after its establishment by Byzantine emperor Justinian I in the 16th...

Hagia Sophia, Reality, Propaganda and Clash of Civilizations

From the last couple of days, there is a heated debate going on social media across the globe regarding the conversion of Aya Sophia Museum into Mosque. The debate revolves around the religious-political and legal implications of this move....

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The Story of the Blown Up Generation

When the Pakistan Strategic Forum’s O&S Directorate and our CT Wing first started our investigative efforts in mid-2023 aimed...

Al Qaeda Resurfaces in Afghanistan: A Return to Dark Days, A Looming Threat

Al Qaeda, infamous for orchestrating the tragic events of 9/11, has reemerged in Afghanistan, resurrecting its nefarious activities reminiscent of its pre-9/11 era. The terrorist...

The Story of the Blown Up Generation

Ahmed’s young palms were sweating. He tried to busy his mind by peeking out of the car window and see the the cars...

Karachi Shipyard Launches the Fourth & Final Babur Class Corvette “PNS TARIQ”

Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works Ltd (KS&EW) launched the fourth and final BABUR (PN MILGEM) Class Corvette, PNS TARIQ (F-283), on August 2nd, 2023....

Pakistan’s Blue Economy: Unleashing Marine Resources for Sustainable Growth

Pakistan's blue economy presents a promising avenue for sustainable development, rooted in the responsible utilization of marine resources. With a coastline stretching approximately 1,046...