By Faisal Raza Khan - After a situation of complete distress, jingoism from India, calls for revenge and a darkness of hatred throughout an interval of seven months, Indo-Pak foreign secretaries met on
By Faisal Raza Khan - The 16th December 2014 – A deadliest day of Pakistan’s history, when another “Dhaka falls in Peshawar” but apparently, it was chilling winter day, slight cool breeze was blowing, cities were slowly awakening, life
By Faisal Raza Khan - In a friction driven cold war, Pakistan became the part of U.S. backed alliances and lost Eastern part; when Soviet Union entered Afghanistan, Pakistan became part of other’s (Afghanistan’s) internal matter
By Shaiq Hussain - After months-long standoff between the leading Afghan presidential candidates, the grave political crisis in the war-ridden country was resolved amicably paving the way for the formation of a “unity government” that shared power
By Faisal Raza Khan - After the 2013 general elections, it was widely assumed that Pakistan will gain much diplomatic purchase under Nawaz Sharif’s rule due to his personal relations with the Saudi royal family. Most analysts believed
By Faisal Raza Khan – It was the summer of 2010, when a number of bugs infiltrated Iranian nuclear facility at Natanz, and it was believed that those cyber-worms called ‘Stuxnet’ destroyed one-fifth of the Iranian centrifuge system at the facility. Iranian authorities blamed the United States and Israel for initiating such a cyber attack. […]
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