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سشما سوراج ۔۔۔۔۔۔ کون؟ 

سشما سوراج ۔۔۔۔۔۔ کون؟ 

سبھی جانتے ہیں کہ اقوام متحدہ کی جنرل اسمبلی کا 73 واں اجلاس جاری ہے ۔ اسی تناظر میں بھارت اور پاکستان کے وزرائے خارجہ بھی نیویارک میں ایک ہی چھت تلے موجود ہیں۔ البتہ دہلی کی ہٹ دھرمی کی وجہ سے دونوں کے مابین کسی قسم کی بات چیت کی نوبت نہیں آئی، یاد […]

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!ڈو مور کی گردان اورپاک بیانیہ

!ڈو مور کی گردان اورپاک بیانیہ

پانچ ستمبر کو امریکی وزیر خارجہ مائک پومپیو نے ایک بار پھر ’’ڈو مور ‘‘کی راگنی الاپی ، دوسری طرف ٹو پلس ٹو مذاکرات کے نام پر ہندوستانی وزیرخارجہ سشما سوراج اور وزیر دفاع نرملا سیتا رمن کے ساتھ ملاقات کے بعد جنگی ہتھیاروں کی خریداری کے بہت بڑے معاہدے پر دستخط کیے۔ مبصرین کے […]

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Trump Hits Palestine Again

Trump Hits Palestine Again

In a series of blows to the Palestinians, the Trump administration has recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, moved the U.S. Embassy there and cut funding to the U.N. agency that deals with Palestinian refugees. Then, last week, Washington said it would withdraw US$25 million in support from hospitals in East Jerusalem. In a current decision, […]

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Peace in the Korean Peninsula

Peace in the Korean Peninsula

Northeast Asia’s politics have historically been viewed through the prism of the Korean conflict. There have been efforts in the past to bring the two Koreas to the negotiating table. The Six-party talks, for instance, were an endeavour in this direction. Regional players as well as the US have been actively involved in ameliorating regional […]

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Civil Rights under President Trump

Civil Rights under President Trump

The issues of “civil rights” and “racism” have always dominated political landscape of the United States of America (USA) since its creation. Soon after the making of the US constitution in 1789, the first ten amendments, also known as “bill of rights”, were enacted, which tried to address the ambiguities and misconstruction in the constitution […]

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The US Government Shutdown

The US Government Shutdown

The ultimate deal maker President Trump celebrated his first year in Oval office with shutdown, making him probably the only president in US history to do so. The rift in the US Senate over spending bill resulted in government shutdown on January 20, 2018, which did spoil Trump’s first year celebrations. The government shutdown has […]

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OIC and the Trump decision

OIC and the Trump decision

Formed in 1969, spanning over four continents with 57 member countries, the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which claims to be a ‘collective voice’ of the Muslim world, has gradually lost its effectiveness due to internal rift and competing national interests among its member states. However, Trump’s recent decision on Jerusalem has presented the OIC […]

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Lowdown on Trump’s Asia Visit

Lowdown on Trump’s Asia Visit

US President Donald Trump kicked off his 12 days long visit to five Asian countries namely Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam, and the Philippines in early November 2017. This is the longest visit by a US President since 1991. The strategic community in Washington D.C. stands aware of emerging trends in the region and does […]

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