Sunday, September 19, 2021

Published Blogs

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....

Trump’s Peace Deal (Israel’s annexation of West bank) and its Implications

The preconized date set by Israel’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the annexation of Palestinian territory comprising Judea and Samaria better known as Westbank has passed. In the fall of last year, Israeli Prime minister announced his plan for...

Post-Pandemic World Order

Today, the world is standing on the verge of another major transition of political, social, and economic upheavals. The unpredictability and uncertainty are driving everyone to perceive the upcoming future. Everyone is worried about how this pandemic is going...

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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...