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  • Kashmir - Finding the Way Forward

    Kashmir - Finding the Way Forward

    Instead of aggression, only an ‘aggressive posture’ added to result-oriented international Pragmatism, already beset in the issuance of the CPEC, should be our way forward in the resolution of the Kashmir Issue

  • Sri Lanka - Strategy of Survival

    Sri Lanka - Strategy of Survival

    Overview of the Sri Lankan Civil War, not just in its internal canvas, but to understand the War in the regional and global perspective, and to realize the aggressiveness of global interventions that any nation has to face in today’s competitive world.

  • Geopolitical Pivoting in Kashmir

    Geopolitical Pivoting in Kashmir

    The often neglected Kashmir Dispute and its image of being a remote, landlocked region lacking of much resources may be an evasion from its true strategic and political position and how it is knitting regional geopolitics into its own fabric.

  • The Red Sea Clog-Up

    The Red Sea Clog-Up

    The narrow Red Sea corridor has been a vital trade route for centuries, big powers have ensured their dominance on this region and this is a story of how they have and still manipulate the lives of the people living along the Red Sea

  • Why Jerusalem?

    Why Jerusalem?

    When the US has practically lost Syria and Iraq, and everything in the Middle East is showing a scene of chaos for the US and its allies, why restart yet another chapter that has a promise of irresolution? Why then Palestine, why Jerusalem and why now?

  • Abraham's Father in the Quran

    Abraham's Father in the Quran

    What is the historical importance of Abraham's father. The Quran mentions Abraham's father by name, so what does the Quran want us to know about this man? This essay will be a scientific and historic analysis of information rendered in the ayahs pertaining the mention of Abraham's father.

  • India China US Triangle

    India China US Triangle

    How will US pivot in India in a bid to reassure its maritime influence in Asia. Nations have characters and they assess their interests and policies within some of their inherent fundamentalisms. This national character and identity comes out as both the strength of the nation as well as its limitation.

  • Truth About Sunni Genocide in Iraq

    Truth About Sunni Genocide in Iraq

    ...today the question has transformed from Iran’s possible desire of conjoining the Shias of Iraq with those of Iran, creating a force that would coerce political change in Iraq – to an intention of converting Iraq into the second Shia country of the world by massive demographic changes amounting to genocide.

  • Was Quaid e Azam a Secular?

    Was Quaid e Azam a Secular?

    But perhaps it is more interesting to ask wherefrom the idea of the Quaid being a secular originated in the first place? Some would think this to be a creation of the liberal mindset that evolved later in the country – but a geopolitical analysis shows a possible broader base!

  • Will Madoru Survive?

    Will Madoru Survive?

    ...social programs, subsidies on food and basic goods and excessive spending on health and education caused decline in manufacturing or agriculture... all this social spending relied excessively on oil revenues from PDVSA, and once the oil prices dropped in the international market, Venezuela had nothing to spend and the economy went into ruins...

  • Kashmir : An Inconvenient Truth

    Kashmir : An Inconvenient Truth

    During the latest phase of the freedom struggle, virtually all the citizenry of Srinagar (capital city of Kashmir) – men, women and children – came out multiple times on the streets to lodge a non-violent protest against the continuance of Indian occupation. At times more than a million Kashmiris demonstrated during these protests and the number of memorandum, submitted to the office of UNMOGIP has exceeded 400.

  • Satan in the Quran

    Satan in the Quran

    The Quran tell us how Satan is our eternal enemy and constant predator on Earth, and that we will not be able to defeat this invisible enemy with the help and guidance of Allah and the Quran, who are much mightier than his ignoble existence. This essay will make a comprehensive journey through the Quran to help us all prepare against this diabolic force with success (inshaAllah).

  • The Qatar Crisis

    The Qatar Crisis

    The pompous show-off at the Riyadh Summit was Saudi’s desperate attempt to call back the Trump administration for an active part in the Middle East again... Will the US risk a global confrontation with an expanding coalition that now includes Russia, Iran, Turkey and China, just to complete the Saudi’s wish-list? ...Rather Qatar has instantly boomeranged on the Saudis as a result of this Summit, making a question mark upon whether the Saudi’s have strengthened or weakened themselves with this Summit.

  • Iran – Geopolitical Phantasm

    Iran – Geopolitical Phantasm

    Iran’s foreign policy, though opportunistic and intrusive, has been neatly played by them. Iran, being a sole flag-bearer of Shia Islam, has for once shown its ability to lead and change the page of history to its liking. Yet, Iran might just be making the wrong move now by playing the same foul game... that has failed humanity bitterly.

  • Mind -  the Hard Problem

    Mind - the Hard Problem

    In solving the mind problem, popularly referred to as 'conscience the hard problem', thinkers often tend to dissolve the 'thought' as a unique entity and equate its reality to ordinary matter. This essay is a defense of the mind's uniqueness, fundamental universality.

  • Afghanistan – the Next Decade

    Afghanistan – the Next Decade

    The question is, how long can the US survive in Afghanistan. This essay will also endeavor to reassess the geopolitical imagination that enshrouds Afghanistan with negatives like its having a ‘cursed geography’ or its being ‘unable to become a nation-state because of its strong ethno-nationalisms’ and to demystify its real standing in the global arena.

  • Palestine & UN Structural Incapacity

    Palestine & UN Structural Incapacity

    This article will attempt to conclude that the United Nations from its onset was not structurally designed to resolve matters like the Palestine Issue – and especially not designed to resolve the Palestine Issue. How was the United Nations formed, how it works and how its structural constraints and behavior add up to keep the Palestine Issues in an everlasting stalemate.

  • Hosni to Morsi to Sisi

    Hosni to Morsi to Sisi

    Every individual that has stepped on the throne of Egypt has not only changed the fate of his own people but also the the geopolitics of the whole Middle East & North Africa. This essay presents a concise historical perspective that led to the contemporary era of Hosni, Morsi & Sisi and what ideological difference they present.

  • The Next War – Lebanon/Hezbollah/Israel

    The Next War – Lebanon/Hezbollah/Israel

    Lebanon and Israel have come to a war of words of growing Hezbollah power in Lebanon. How deep is the political crisis in Lebanon and can the international community stop another war from happening?

  • The Mughals – Rise, Decay and Fall

    The Mughals – Rise, Decay and Fall

    The story of how the mighty Mongols became the Mughals of the Subcontinent and how their inaptitude brought doom to not only to their own line but clasped the whole Subcontinent into the yoke of British imperialism for over a century.

  • WW1 / WW2 - Dark Shadows

    WW1 / WW2 - Dark Shadows

    These are not just two wars that occurred and are over now, rather their effects reach us to this day – their dark shadows may still be blocking the radiations that would have lightened our lives. It is imperative to understand these wars to understand the world we are living in today. And it is imperative to determine where humanity has done its wrongs and how it will undo them now.

  • China in Africa

    China in Africa

    An attempt to understand how China is sweeping across the whole of Africa with development projects and how that can change the fate of the people of Africa.

  • What the N. Korean “Crisis” Is Really About

    What the N. Korean “Crisis” Is Really About

    Washington, as the Russian and Chinese governments comprehend, has placed life on earth under dire threat. This is serious business. There is no space for ignorant narcistic idiots and paid trolls to be using the Internet to attack the few who truthfully report the dire threat that all life faces from Washington’s drive for world hegemony.

  • Israel in Kashmir?

    Israel in Kashmir?

    What is the general perception of the Kashmiris, whom the authorities call terrorist in their everyday rhetoric, when they see growing friendship between India and Israel on counter-terrorism and arms deals?

  • Ports and Pipelines

    Ports and Pipelines

    This essay presents an analysis of upcoming ports and pipelines projects in terms of geostrategic implications,focusing in the end on Pakistan's CPEC project.

  • Nigeria - Free Now?

    Nigeria - Free Now?

    After independence in 1960, unfortunately the conditions of the common Nigerian remained just as squalid as were before independence – the reason being the replacement of slavery and palm-produce with an even deadlier product – Oil.

  • God and Mathematics

    God and Mathematics

    Great advances in mathematics in the last few centuries has brought thinkers to face a contest between the seeming perfection by which mathematics is able to explain the details of phenomenon we encounter around us in nature and the strange paucity of strength in the foundational structure of mathematics. Does this paucity alarm us... that we may just be scratching on the surface of wholesome knowledge?

  • The Pink Tide

    The Pink Tide

    The legacy of Hugo Chavez, who is considered the mast-holder of Bolivarianism in South America, is not just of a communist ideal that is meant to create a utilitarian economy and the uplift of the lower class, it is an idea based on the spirit of freedom and the strength needed to sustain it.

  • Rigged Elections Are An American Tradition

    Rigged Elections Are An American Tradition

    Elections are stolen at every level—state, local, and federal. Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley’s theft of the Chicago and, thereby, Illinois vote for John F. Kennedy is legendary. The Republican US Supreme Court’s theft of the 2000 presidential election from Al Gore by preventing the Florida vote recount is another legendary example.

  • 'Clash of Civilizations - Possibilities'

    'Clash of Civilizations - Possibilities'

    Is the clash of civilizations a Muslim Extremist verse a Moderate West clash or is there more to it. Understanding the less-talked-of grave situation between today's civilisations may be imperative for our survivals in the near future.

  • Balkanization of Sudan

    Balkanization of Sudan

    ...while the world has its eyes stick to popular events like wars in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, the stakeholders slowly and quietly work to Balkanize Sudan into more pieces.

  • Atheism- War Against God

    Atheism- War Against God

    An analysis of how scientific knowledge has both its objective and subjective components, and that science dose not insists that it is the whole truth, only the atheist does.

  • Why India Looks Agitated?

    Why India Looks Agitated?

    Analysis of geopolitical pros and cons of India's agitation on Pakistan over issues in the Occupied Kashmir and how effective this agitation is if at all.

  • Geopolitics of Saudi Yemen War

    Geopolitics of Saudi Yemen War

    The US and Britain interests in Yemen were always vital because of its proximity to the Bab al Mandab Strait... there was no point in controlling the Suez Canal if you did not control the Bab al Mandab.

  • Palestine Struggles

    Palestine Struggles

    How the Palestinians realized thier own freedom struggle in midst of an ill-fated championing of the Arab World of thier cause

  • Education Policy - a Critical Review

    Education Policy - a Critical Review

    What the individual wants to get from education is different from what a nation as a whole would want from it. The individual strives for literacy, first-hand knowledge and a better means of living; it is a matter for the parents to choose what is best affordable from the choices that surround them and a matter of the strife that the individual can go through to climb the ladder of structured success. The nation as a whole, with the aid of its ministries and boards of learned men, has to take education in a totally different perspective...

  • The Silent Majority

    The Silent Majority

    This silence of the majority, and their acceptance of remaining the permanent, disassociate listener, create this unique ethos of our modern era...

  • Al Rehman (55) - An Exegesis

    Al Rehman (55) - An Exegesis

    This humble effort of attemptig to explain surah Al Rehman is not any ultimate explanation nor is it closed to correction, it is only the first steps to exploration in the Quran, to which the Quran invites us by summoning ‘why do you not think’ and ‘why do you not use your sense’, several times in its discourse.

  • Somalia - Recipe of a Terrorist State

    Somalia - Recipe of a Terrorist State

    After the 1993 Black Hawk Down issue, Osama Bin Laden claimed it to be ‘a victory for Somali Muslims’. At this time Wadi' al-Haj, an American of Lebanese descent, was sent to set up al-Qa'ida's Kenyan base, he established an NGO, ‘Help Africa People’...

  • My God of Gaps

    My God of Gaps

    Is the objective mind not asking us here, to think of two things that are extremely impossible in its own diction, as to be rather easy possibilities in this specific case – ‘spontaneity’ and ‘order from chaos’?

  • Global Economic Recession - For Dummies

    Global Economic Recession - For Dummies

    The trick of the media is to repeatedly pour in all sorts of opinion on a matter so that eventually the viewer is left totally baffled and indecisive, over several possible scenarios, that all make some sense, but never totally link in.