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Growing Middle Eastern Ties; A Peace Paradox?

The modern world knows the Middle East as a victim or home of violence, terrorism, uprisings, sectarian and inter-state conflicts despite the fact that it was once home to learning astronomy, mathematics, astrology, and philosophy. But the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the role of the then French and British powers to influence the geography …

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A Review of Arab – Israel/Palestine Issue- In the light of Iqbal and Quaid’s Advice

2020 brought the Arab Nations and Israel diplomatically closer over economic deals, something that was unimaginable about 72 years ago, when Arab Nations were nothing but angry over the Jews, annexing the Muslim land of Palestine. When Israel was under formation, Muslims were on the front row of protest. With hundreds of thousands sitting in …

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BJP’s Booming Power & Dwindling Secularism in India

Religion has played a vital role in the world’s history regardless of geography, for example, the European history is comprised of Europeans seeking to develop a modern realm in which state and religion work independently. Few centuries later, religion again played its role in the division of sub-continent into Pakistan and India. The two nation …

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Revisiting cause of Stalemate in Pak-India Negotiations

Pakistan and India share a long history of animosity and hostility, which prescribes that both need to be involved in continuous and rigorous negotiation either bilaterally or with the help of the third party. But in reality, the parties are not involved in negotiations by either process. The only time when negotiations lead to a …

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TRADE RELATIONS BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN

India and Pakistan lie in a region that is not only geopolitically crucial but also the most economically under-utilized region in the whole world. The subcontinent has always been historically the self-reliant region when it comes to business, commerce, trading activities and total national output including many other economic parameters. The bitter rivalry between the …

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