Sunday, September 19, 2021

Published Blogs

Fifth Generation War Reality or Propaganda

Recently I came across an article by Ahsan I Butt in Al-Jazeera, titled "Has a ‘fifth-generation war’ started between India and Pakistan?". It was surprising to read such a piece in Al-Jazeera, but anyhow let us discuss the argument or...

Counter Terrorism: The War or Narratives

Terrorism is one of the worst things the world has experienced since the dawn of the 21st century. After the 9/11 attacks, US invaded Afghanistan and regional countries which as a side effect badly affected the political stability in...

The End of End of History

It was winter 1989, when people of East Berlin gathered before the Berlin Wall shouted a slogan “Tor auf” (open the gate!). A time when world wake up to a fact of weak Soviet stranglehold over the Eastern bloc....

Sweet to Die: Review of Maria’s Rashid Book Casts Shadow on Martyrs of Nation

Maria Rashid ends her own significant and detailed study of militarism in Pakistan with an expectation to steer a new debate among academia. In her Book titled “Dying to Serve: Militarism, Affect, and the Politics of Sacrifice in the...

Islamophobia and Falling French Secularism

In contemporary times, Europe has been under the cloud cover of Islamophobia since the 9/11 attack, which instigated resentment, prejudice, and fear in western society against the Muslims. Since 9/11 religion has been widely exploited by various religion-oriented groups...

BECA Pact: Increased Indo-US Cooperation (A Critical Assessment)

Ever since the decline of the cold war, the US tries to maintain its hegemony. This is a zero-sum approach, that is meant to deny any country as a rival of the US, but soon in the American estimation,...

Deciding Wise from Unwise

Trumpism leaves the office along with its pioneer Donald Trump after the November 2020 Presidential elections in the United States. As per Results, the five years rule of populism is no more, along with many ambiguities in domestic and...

Jinnah Antarctic Station (JAS): Antarctic Scientific Research Station

The Jinnah Antarctic Station (JAS) is an Antarctic scientific research station operated by the Pakistan Antarctic Programme. It is located near the Sør Rondane Mountains, Queen Maud Land in East Antarctica. Antarctica is earth's southernmost continent that contains the geographic South Pole and is situated in the Antarctic region of...

FATF and a Blacklist Recommendation

After WWII, the world especially colonial powers were on verge of collapse. The intensified great depression hit hard financial institutes and trade shattered badly due to circulating debts. Meanwhile, American and British policymakers began to plan the post-war, liberal...

FATF and Pakistan

A plenary session of FATF was recently conducted from 21st Oct 2020 to 23rd Oct 2020. This session was very significant for Pakistan due to two reasons. The first reason was that Pakistan has been on the “Grey List” for the...

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CPEC: A boon for Pakistan

Ever since the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project was launched, it has been ruffling feathers of some regional...

Remembering Vital Role Played by “Silent Service” in 1965 Pakistan-India War

The 1965 war is remembered as the days when hero’s rose, displaying acts of courage and valor by successfully defending the homeland from Indian...

Pakistan Navy: From Dwarka to Gwadar

“Pakistan must be prepared for all eventualities and dangers. The weak and the defenceless, in this imperfect world, invite aggression from others. The best...

Battle of Chawinda & Heroics of 25th Cavalry

Battle of Chawinda fought between the armies of Pakistan and India is considered one of the largest tank battles in history since battle of...

1965 Pakistan-India War: Three AAAs that saved Pakistan – ALLAH, Artillery, and the Air Force

1965 war witnessed the rattling of two air-forces ratioed 1:5 means every single fighter aircraft of Pakistan Air Force was had 5 opponents to...