Kabul-Islamabad: A Tale of ‘Twin Brothers’

April 9, 2018 Masum Billah 0

Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi paid a visit to Afghanistan, a northwestern neighbor of Pakistan, in a bid to ease the longstanding tension between the neighboring countries. After his Afghan visit, Islamabad has called upon the Taliban to accept the Afghan government invitation for dialogues.   […]

Bannon Loses Breitbart Job, and Trump Loses Bannon?

January 10, 2018 Masum Billah 0

The U.S. President Donald Trump’s ex-chief strategist and the most trusted adviser Steve Bannon has stepped down from Breitbart News organization. Breitbart is a right-wing news organization where Steve Bannon built his reputation through a massive campaign for Donald Trump and the right-wing groups. […]

Waning Importance of the Middle East

October 23, 2017 Shafquat Rabbee 0

Changing fundamentals of the global hydrocarbon and petroleum trade, popularly known as the “Oil & Gas Market”, will facilitate a realistic and long-lasting waning of geopolitical importance of the Middle East, which may even lead to material disengagement of the United States from the region. This will have a serious geopolitical impact, some of which are already being observed. […]

What to Expect from the NAFTA Negotiations

October 11, 2017 Shafquat Rabbee 0

Despite all the tough talks, bombasts, and posturing, one common thing that all of the three parties in NAFTA secretly recognize is that they all largely benefited from the treaty. Therefore, it is expected that the three parties on the table will not do anything that damages the NAFTA treaty which may render it beyond repair, causing its unnecessary collapse. […]

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