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Bangladeshis Seek Friendly Relations with Pakistan

Public opinion is witnessing a monumental shift in Bangladesh in favor of Pakistan. One country that seems to be the biggest loser is India. Here is how Bangladeshis justify their increasing embrace of Pakistan, which they considered an enemy for a generation.

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Qatar Hugs and Makes Up with its Warring Neighbors – But Will it Last?

With so few issues apparently actually resolved, it’s little wonder that it took just days for new signs of tension to reappear after the agreement.

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US Could Face a Simmering Domestic Terror Problem, Experts Warn

The Trump presidency emboldened a cabal of armed groups with a far-right agenda. Seeing their leader out of power will only grow this feeling of frustration. So will new repression of the far right, in the form of arrests, surveillance and social media clampdowns.

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How to Stay Safe with a New Fast-spreading Coronavirus Variant on the Loose

Limiting the size of gatherings helps reduce the potential for exposure. Controlling indoor environments in other ways can also be a highly effective strategy for reducing risk. This includes increasing ventilation rates to bring in fresh air and filtering existing air to dilute aerosol concentrations.

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How Biden Can Make a Big Difference in the Western Balkans

Joe Biden has a longstanding relationship with the Western Balkans. A re-energized US policy on the region could be transformative, especially when working in tandem with the EU.

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Why Did an Indian Flag Appear During Attack on US Capitol?

Why one man waved an Indian flag during the January 6 attack on the US Capitol remains a mystery.

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Exposing the Fake News War Against Pakistan

The Indian Chronicles report may now represent an opportunity for Pakistan — whose image is reeling from the consequences of the long-term campaign from India mounted against it — to set things right through astute diplomacy.

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What is the Future of US-Pakistan Relations under Biden?

Former US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter, Senior Research Professor at John Hopkins University Dr. Daniel Markey, Ikram Sehgal and other foreign policy experts hold a candid discussion on Pakistan-US relations.

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How Will Biden’s Strategy on South Asia Differ from Trump’s?

While Biden may engineer a full-scale foreign policy reset, his administration’s likely South Asia policy will be an anomaly — a rare example of considerable continuity with Trump.

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Reforming Pakistan’s Education System

Educational reform is certainly the need of the hour in Pakistan. The Ministry of Education is under pressure to produce results. But the development of a single national curriculum that lacks the consent of the provinces is counterproductive.

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