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January, 2021

  • 15 January

    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.

  • 13 January

    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.

December, 2020

  • 6 December

    Big Day for DoorDash and Airbnb!

    DoorDash is marketing 33 million shares at a price between $95 to $102 apiece. Similarly, Airbnb is also expected to offer its shares for $56 to $60 apiece, up from a previous price range of $44 to $50 each. 

  • 4 December

    Eurasian Unification is Holding Sway

    BRI is not a concept anymore but a functional reality from the east of Asia to the west of Europe and the territories in between. CPEC will be an enormous force-multiplier north to south, connecting China and Central Asia to Middle East and North Africa through Pakistan.

  • 2 December

    Should Tech Startups Move Back to New York City?

    The short answer is yes. With Amazon being pushed out last year, the market is still there, and the community has been more supportive than ever. Plus, there are plenty of affordable lofts available.

November, 2020

  • 29 November

    Ethiopia Regains Control of its Troubled Region But Will it Bring Peace?

    While TPLF may have been pushed TPLF out of Mekelle, it does not mean an end to the bloody conflict. Rather it may be the start of an insurgency and civil war.

  • 18 November

    View from Pakistan: An Eurasian Identity

    Three times shorter than the Suez Canal route the several Eurasia Corridors will play an important role in creating new commercial and social environments in the region near the Caspian Sea and north territories from Bereket to the border with Kazakhstan. It offers a great opportunity to pakistan, says one defense analyst.

  • 15 November

    Indian Army Admits Kashmiris Were Killed in Fake Encounter

    At long last, the Indian military had to admit that the three “Pakistani terrorists”, they had earlier announced to have killed earlier, were actually innocent laborers.

October, 2020

  • 12 October

    One Good News on Pakistan’s Tax Collection

    Paying taxes is one of the basic obligations in a modern state that has not been explained and implemented sufficiently in Pakistan.

September, 2020

  • 28 September

    Abdullah Abdullah, the Harbinger of Peace in Afghanistan?

    Abdullah Abdullah is more a ‘son of the soil’ than Ghani, who sooner or later will return to the US. It would also suit Afghanistan and the region if it had a rather independent government.