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Pakistan-US Relations Post Donald Trump: Implications of Changed US Presidency on Pakistan

Introduction Pakistan-United states relations is referred to as a dyadic relationship. The US has created bilateral relationship with Pakistan since Pakistan’s inception i.e., 14 august 1947 by admitting the existence of a separate Muslim state in South Asia. There were...

Modern-Day Imperialism

The term “Imperialism” defines a policy or ideology by an empire of extending its rule over other people and other countries, for the purpose of extending its own geo-political gain, economic access, power and control, through employing hard power...

Acquiring The Punch: Cobra Gunship Helicopter

Genesis In the wake of 1979 Russian invasion of Afghanistan, Pakistan emerged as a front-line state against the communist expansion. Europeans and the Americans were now trying to win over Pakistan to their side in this Great Game. American President Jimmy...

INDIA: A STATE OF TERRORISM

Complete details of Indian sponsorship of terrorism in Pakistan ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and the military spokesperson Major-General Babar Iftikhar gave an unprecedented press conference and provided hard evidence of Indian state-sponsored terrorist activities that it launches...

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...

The Afghan Proxy War on Pakistan

Nowadays whenever Pakistani-Afghan relations are highlighted within the mainstream media, more often than not the focus will be on the series of events that took place between 1979 up to 2019, starting at the Soviet Afghan war time frame...

PTM and Pashtunistan: A War on Pakistan

Pashtunistan means the "Land of Pashtuns". It stretches from south of Amu River in Afghanistan to west of the Indus River in Pakistan, including parts of Northern Baluchistan & KPK. The story goes back to colonial rule in the Indian...

Propaganda & War on Pakistan: “The Day when Al-Qaeda almost laid its hands on a Pakistani Nuclear Warhead”

On September 6, 2014, several Navy personals indoctrinated in Al Qaeda's global jihad belief stormed a frigate PNS ZULFIQAR of Pakistan Navy intending to hijack it and use it to target the US Navy anti terrorism vessels patrolling in...

Changing Security Dynamic of South Asia After Nuclearization

Introduction South Asia is one of the most critical and sensitive regions of the World regarding conflicts. There are eight countries in this region, India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Maldives. All these countries are directly or...

SSG Diary’s: Afghan Embassy Hostage Crisis

The Situation 3 armed gunmen, 16 hostages, a foreign embassy, and a dramatic special force rescue operation that lasted 20 seconds. Introduction On February 23, 1994, three Afghan men hijacked a bus full of teachers and students, quickly driving it to the...
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India’s annexation of Kashmir: Implications and Pakistan’s options (Review)

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