Interviews Uncategorized

The Foresight: Kashmir Issue & International Law with Hassan Aslam Shad

An informative session with Hassan Aslam Shad on The Kashmir Issue and its various dimensions in International Law along with the assessment of the stances of both parties.

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New Laws Allow Non-Kashmiri Indians to Buy Land in the Occupied Kashmir

On October 26, the Indian ministry of home affairs introduced sweeping changes to land laws in Jammu and Kashmir which would enable any Indian citizen to buy property in the territory. Residents fear laws are aimed at a ‘land grab’ to dilute the Muslim-majority character of the disputed region, now directly under New Delhi’s control. Kashmiris see this as a double assault: on history as well as the future.

International Relations Pacific Uncategorized

China-Taiwan Crisis & The Role of the USA

The foreign relations between the two countries is a contingent process. The behaviour of one state creates a reciprocal effect.

International Relations North Africa Uncategorized

The Foreign Players in Libya

The years following 2011 have grappled Libya in a constant state of conflict. Trampled in a war between two factions,

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Pakistan in the Plight of Covid19

PTI government with its subtle agendas and efforts to improve the economy, is now head to head with another challenge.