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Iran’s “Proxy War” & Pakistan

In International relations (IR) there are no permanent friend and no permanent enemies only permanent interests. Geo-politics and International relations approaches in the world quickly changed after 9/11. The idea of World war and bipolar alliances got fizzled out....
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Trump’s last gifts for Israel and Implications for the Region

US Presidential election is an event that not indirectly but directly defines how the world of politics is going...
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Impact of Social Media on National Security (Review)

In recent years, social media has revolutionized the entire world with its astonishing effects and has become a vital part of human consciousness. Social...

Sino-US Trade War (Review)

It is a clear understanding at this point that within the present Geopolitical Scenario, United States of America and Peoples Republic of China are...

India’s annexation of Kashmir: Implications and Pakistan’s options (Review)

This article sets the sights on a very consequential subject of the Indian annexation of Kashmir, and what course of action Pakistan can opt...

Space Weapons: A Rapidly Evolving Threat to South Asian Strategic Balance (Review)

Struggle for outer-space militarization has emerged during the cold war era when both the Soviet Union and USA were busy trying out match each...