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Pakistan-India Standoff: Lessons and Way Forward

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Agenda for New Foreign Secretary

By Mamoona Rubab With Tehmina Janjua’s retirement coming up, a new foreign secretary will be taking over. Syeda Mamoona Rubab shares what she knows of the new foreign secretary In today’s interconnected world, people take great interest in foreign policy because it is about conflict and...

One step forward with EU

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab After protracted negotiations spanning over several years, Pakistan and the European Union (EU) this week finally agreed on the Strategic Engagement Plan (SEP), which would elevate the relationship between Islamabad and the 28-member European bloc to a comprehensive strategic partnership. The agreement...

Uncertainty in Afghanistan

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab Prime Minister Imran Khan’s prediction of an incoming “good government” in Kabul has compounded the anxiety of the Afghan government that was nervously watching the talks between the United States and the Taliban progress in Doha. Speaking in Bajaur three days after US...

Challenges aplenty: PKR devaluation & rate hikes at the forefront yet again

By Syed Faran Rizvi The market finds itself again close to 38,500 level, for the fifth time in slightly over a year, where the charts suggest the market is perilously close to the 233-day EMA (on weekly chart), a level last breached in 2008. At least...

CPEC: Current State and Future Outlook

Faisal Ahmad During past five years China and Pakistan have explored new avenues –energy and infrastructure projects–under the framework of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Scores of energy and infrastructure projects have been completed and operationalised. Few others are in the process of completion. Meanwhile, bilateral...

Pakistan’s Nasr Missile: Consolidating Deterrence in Region

By: Asma Khalid* In the anarchic international system, states adopt multiple strategies to ensure their sovereignty and security i.e. military modernization, developing alliances and economic development. In the strategic calculus of South Asia, nuclear deterrence plays a dominant role in military security and peace among...

Clarity still missing regarding IMF, despite positive vibes

By Syed Faran Rizvi On the sidelines of the 7th World Government Summit (WGS) held in Dubai on February 10th, the Prime Minister Imran Khan held meetings with top officials from the UAE government as well as the Managing Director of the IMF, Christine Lagarde....
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