Tag Archives: Pakistan

The EIA Is Grossly Overestimating U.S. Shale

Regardless of the geology, climate policy and waning investor interest will likely result in a lot of oil being left in the ground.

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India: All Thieves are Cousins

The Babri Mosque verdict was a dictated and imposed symbol of communal and political biases. Supreme Court also proves that any crime against the Muslims is legal in India.

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Afghanistan, China and Connectivity

China is the real pivot of the east, and considering India for this role is a blunder of the highest magnitude. A country which has not been able to provide basic living amenities to its populace; a large segment of Indian urban population grows up and dies on footpaths and streets but the country is falsely talked about as the economic bulwark of the region.

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Israel’s Water Revolution: A Blueprint for Pakistan’s Water Crisis

Israel's water independence policy has been successful in eradicating water crisis in that country. Pakistan, being the sixth most populous nation, and the third largest country facing water crisis, can learn from Israel's innovative approaches.

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Is the US Losing the Artificial Intelligence Arms Race?

Military leaders see the threat to U.S. technological leadership coming from two main sources: a rising and ambitious China and a mischievous and declining Russia. Taken together, these forces challenge global stability.

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Baghdadi’s Death is a Huge Blow to Islamic State, But What Next?

IS will be set back for many months, and perhaps even years. It will struggle to regain the momentum it had under Baghdadi's leadership.

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India’s Hypocritical ‘Exceptionalism’, and Geopolitics

Indian government’s anxiety is understandable due to its failed and failing policies both at home and in the region, from a floundering economy to a serious mistake in Kashmir to a completely sidelined position in the context of Afghan issues. However, what India fails to understand that no matter whatever its size or its economy’s sliding international appeal, it has to live in a region, with neighbors.

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World Silence on Kashmir Deafening

Unfortunately, Pakistan's Foreign Office, the Foreign Minister and the embassies so far have failed in getting Kashmir the attention that is needed. While Kashmir has been a focus of foreign policy of Pakistan for many years, its treatment has become a command exercise in the embassies with dull programs for the ‘inner circle’ only without creating an impact in the host society.

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Investigations Usually Hurt a President’s Reputation – But Trump Isn’t Usual

Investigations often damage the president's approval rating, particularly if the inquiry drags on for a long time. But that may not matter to a historically unpopular president like Trump.

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What Ails Pakistan’s Largest Electric Supply Company?

A Pakistani magazine interviews Karachi Electric's Chairman Ikram Sehgal about the state of KE and the facts behind the death of 33 people, electrocuted in the aftermath of the recent downpours in Karachi.

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