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August, 2021

  • 26 August

    The US’ Afghan Gamble

    The US’ Afghan Gamble The Afghanistan, being hapless, has been in state of turmoil since long. The Afghans have faced the wrath of the world superpowers: First the British, then the Soviet Union and now the United States. Especially for the last two decades, Afghan people have borne, and may …

  • 25 August

    G7 Aftermath

    G7 Aftermath Western Leaders in Search of New Animosities  To Recall Active Attendance of Former British Colonialism The G-7 used to be the G-8 – inclusive of Russia – but it shrank to being the “West and America First,” and anything else is a matter of opinion to be relevant …

  • 25 August

    CPC at 100

    CPC at 100 History of the Communist Party of China, popularly known as the CPC, is well recorded and different scholars have divided it into various phases according to each one’s own perception and understanding. I would like to divide it into following five phases: 1. 1921-1949: Establishment of the …

  • 25 August

    China’s Pancontinental Century

    China’s Pancontinental Century The dragon is rising President Xi Jinping’s first and foremost objective is to avoid the looming ‘middle-income trap’; he has kick-started the process of privatization of state-owned enterprises, reduction of excessive equipment and liberalization of financial markets. China’s working-age population has been decreasing since 2013 and experts …

  • 25 August

    China’s Poverty-alleviation Miracle

    China’s Poverty-alleviation Miracle Nearly 100 million people have been lifted out of poverty over the past eight years, and nearly 800 million people over the past 40-plus years under China’s policy of reform and opening up. The campaign to end deprivation has been the largest and toughest battle of its …

  • 25 August

    Build Back Better World

    Build Back Better World Confrontation rather than cooperation, bellicosity rather than peaceful coexistence, ideological alliance-building rather than international collaboration to tackle issues of global concerns are going to dominate the international political, economic and security landscape. With every passing day, the capacity of the rules-based international order to resolve conflicts …

  • 23 August

    Seven-point agenda for creating 10 million jobs

    Seven-Point Agenda for Creating 10 Million Jobs The first way is through the e-residency policy. It will allow companies working outside to establish their presence in Pakistan. They won’t need to come to Pakistan physically, but we will need to provide a conducive environment for them. This is through the …

  • 23 August

    Stark Warnings about CLIMATE CHANGE

    Stark Warnings about CLIMATE CHANGE Glimpses into IPCC report to be released next year Searing, unrelenting heat scorches large swathes of the Earth, killing millions who have no means to escape. Shade is useless, and shallow bodies of water are warmer than the blood coursing through people’s veins. This is …

  • 21 August

    Lahore’s Depleting Water Table How to prevent taps from turning off

    Lahore’s Depleting Water Table How to prevent taps from turning off Either it is in abundance or there is an acute scarcity of it, “water” in both states leads to humanitarian crises. Its abundance in the form of floods leaves behind countless human tragedies while its scarcity makes life of …

  • 17 August

    Antalya Diplomacy Forum

    Antalya Diplomacy Forum Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi represented Pakistan at the recently-held Antalya Diplomacy Forum. Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who delivered the ADF’s opening address on June 18, stressed the importance of diplomacy in addressing global problems and warned that “you cannot shake hands with a clenched fist.” …