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India-China Face-off

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India-China Face-off Aftab H. Wahla Historically, India-China ties date back to the 1950s. Both countries started their diplomatic relations in a cordial atmosphere. After the defeat of the Kuomintang (Nationalist) government on October 1, 1949, by Mao Zedong-led communist forces, India was the first non-communist Asian country that recognized Democratic Republic of China IDRC) and established diplomatic relations with it. ... Read More »

All Lives Matter Human Rights, Dignity and Global Peaceful Co-existence

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All Lives Matter Human Rights, Dignity and Global Peaceful Co-existence Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. George Floyd was killed by a police officer who should have protected his life, human dignity and oxygen—breathing natural lifelines—from the encroachment of extremism and brutality. His cry “I can’t Breathe” is echoed throughout the globe whether someone knows George or not—a natural sense of belongingness ... Read More »

A Moment of National Shame and Peril—and Hope

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A Moment of National Shame and Peril—and Hope John Allen Gen. John Allen, the former commander of the Nato International Security Assistance Force and US forces in Afghanistan, recently penned a scathing essay published online by Foreign Policy magazine on June 03. In this essay, he has termed President Trump’s threats to use the US military on protesters as “the ... Read More »

A Chill in US-China Relations A new Cold War in the offing?

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A Chill in US-China Relations A new Cold War in the offing? Relations between the United States and China plunged to a nadir in recent weeks. On May 15, President Donald Trump threatened to “cut off the whole relationship” with China over the Covid-19 pandemic, which originated in Wuhan. He had earlier called the coronavirus “Chinese virus” and threatened to ... Read More »

An Interview with Zalmay Khalilzad US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation

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An Interview with Zalmay Khalilzad US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation   “I believe that the Pakistani leadership has supported the peace process, and the time has come for economic strategy, for trade and development and for Afghanistan to become a platform for regional cooperation and connectivity.”   On May 08, US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad, who ... Read More »

Youth Engagement can build Soft Power of Pakistan

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  Youth Engagement can build Soft Power of Pakistan  Mian Majid Ali Afzal A big chunk of the world population consists of young people who are regarded, especially in the developing world, as critical and crucial agents for social change and economic progress. At present, approximately 60 percent of the world’s population is under age 30 with more than half ... Read More »

Unbridled Social Media Great power involves great responsibility

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Unbridled Social Media Great power involves great responsibility Atif Sheikh “British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has died,” this 7-word piece of news from a Twitter handle went viral on 7th of April. PM Johnson was, at that time, under treatment for coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in an ICU of St Thomas’ Hospital, in London. The news of his death was broken ... Read More »