Geopolitics

Ceaseless Violence in Afghanistan

The third-largest city in Afghanistan, Herat, was turned into a battleground last week when a bomb went off outside a mosque during Friday prayers, killing prominent pro-Taliban preacher Mujib Rahman Ansari, among others. According to the governor of Herat province’s …

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China Preserves its Territorial Integrity

As US warships made illegal runs over the Taiwan Strait on August 28, China’s military displayed a sufficient level of vigilance, serving as a suitable illustration of Beijing’s willingness to defend its territorial integrity. “Units of the PLA (People’s Liberation …

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Biden’s visit to the Middle East: The Echo of Iranian Nuclear Deal

The role of the Middle East is like a wheel in world politics; due to its economic resources and as a strategic foothold of global power players. This region served as the backyard of the British Empire in the 20th …

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US – CHINA RIVALRY: IMPACTS ON PAKISTAN

The two fundamental actors in today’s international political world order are, China and United States. As the strategic great power competition between U.S China intensifies with G7 group planning to counter China’s Belt Road Initiative (BRI) aiming for a partnership …

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The Uniqueness of the Current Political Movement

In contrast to Algeria and Haiti, Pakistan and India were founded via a peaceful, democratic struggle, and the liberation movement did not include bloodshed. Muhammad Ali Jinnah is lauded for employing diplomatic prowess and legal means, and Mahatma Gandhi is …

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