Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Middle East

UAE-Israel Normalization Deal

Many are calling this new deal between UAE and Israel as historic but before reaching to any conclusion about its implications for the region and global geo politics, let us analyze this move in the context of changing regional...

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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Kashmir: Land of Human Interests

Since the emergence of the modern concept of a state, its survival lies in serving state interests comprised of...
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Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict: Between History and Future

The history of man is full of blood and brutality. On one hand he wants to shake hands with peace meanwhile also wanting to...

A-26 Blekinge-Class Swedish Submarine: The Silent Killers

Introduction Submarines are unique tools for securing national interests. In a world where any movement or asset is exposed, being able to act undetected has...

Update on Pakistan Navy: MILGEM Class Corvette

Pakistan Navy’s MILGEM class corvettes will be powered by General Electric LM2500 marine gas turbines. LM2500 gas turbines for the Pakistan Navy’s MILGEM program will...

European Imperialism in Africa

Throughout most of the African continent’s history, its interior and southern region had remained unmapped and was mostly unknown to rest of the world....