Afghanistan Foreign Policy

Pak-Afghan Relations: A Rejuvenated Episode

The decades-long rocky and thorny relationship between Pakistan and Afghanistan has finally started to burn down to ashes as Pakistan hosts the Afghan-Taliban peace talks in Qatar. Both Afghanistan and Pakistan have shown strong aspirations for a fresh episode of bilateral relationships between them, which will be directed towards a prosperous future for both with no indications of the perturbed past.

Foreign Policy Kashmir Politics

Gilgit Baltistan: Desire for Identity, Amalgamation and Autonomy

The press conference conducted by the federal minister of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, Ali Amin Gandapur, announced elections for the Gilgit Baltistan assembly on November 15, 2020. And at the same time, the federal minister circulated the news of granting provisional provincial autonomy to Gilgit Baltistan, which Prime Minister Imran Khan would officially announce soon. This news has brought in sharp reactions from the neighbor India.

Foreign Policy India International Relations Kashmir

Ladakh: Transformation of A Pluralistic Cosmopolitan into An Autocratic Union Territory

Situated in the midst of The Himalayas and the Karakorum Ladakh “the land of high passes” holds a history well

Foreign Policy Kashmir Politics

Provisional Provincial Status of Gilgit Baltistan: Facts vs. Fiction

It is a fact that Gilgit-Baltistan has become increasingly important since the launch of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project (CPEC), and the eyes of the world are now on Gilgit-Baltistan. The region is also involved in the Great Game between the world’s great powers. It is noteworthy that the decision to form the government has signaled a new interim province. However, how it will happen, no details have been revealed.

Foreign Policy International Relations

UNGA2020: A Review of 75th Session of the General Assembly

This year’s annual session of the United States Generally Assembly may be the most important one since its inception. The state nations have never been more collected towards a global cause as they are now due to the Pandemic. The international events that unfolded after the outbreak of the virus put the entire global order in perspective.

Afghanistan Central Asia Foreign Policy

Will Pakistan Lose Its Influence on the Taliban?

Pakistan and the Taliban’s long-term relationship is likely to evolve with the progress of intra-afghan talks. Pakistan has played a

Central Asia Foreign Policy India Kashmir

Pakistan – India Rift in SCO

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is a Eur-Asian political, economic and security alliance formed in 2001 in Shanghai, China, from

Economy Foreign Policy

Chinese Debt Trap: A Myth or Reality?

China’s economic activity and population increased heavily in the past decade. China tackled this situation by investing in infrastructure, following

Europe Foreign Policy

The Mediterranean Water Puzzle

Tensions between the NATO allies and frenemies Greece and Turkey over the eastern Mediterranean region have risen to their highest

Foreign Policy Society Technology

Soft Power: A Promising Tool for the Isolated Nation

In a world dictated by economic forces and military regimes, the conceptualization of soft power as an alternative power structure