Tuesday 20th of October 2020

  • Prof. Nisar Ul Haq
    South Asia is becoming the new Belgium of the world where tussle for supremacy between the states are rapidly growing. The race is catalysed by the western involvements

    Asia,South Asia/IndiaPakistan, Arms & Trade,Missile Defense,Security
    Ajay Mohan
    The July 15 coup attempt is the most radical and violent assault from Fethullah Gülen, who tries to keep his disciples alive with a mystical and messianic kind of ho

    Middle East-North Africa, Security,Terrorism

    Ajay Mohan
    Iraq and Syria based militant group, ISIS, has demanded the attention of many in the world. Since the Justice and Development party (AKP) came to the power it got the int

    Middle East-North Africa, Energy Security,Security,Terrorism
    Ajay Mohan
    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan welcomed dozens of leaders to Istanbul for a summit. Organization of Islamic Cooperation is a second largest Organization after Un

    Middle East-North Africa , Energy Security,Security,Terrorism

    Santosh Kumar
    French President Francois Hollande’s state visit opens a new chapter in India, France relationship through mutual appreciation of shared concerns.
    “Europe i

    Asia,SouthAsia/India, Nuclear Issues,Security,Terrorism
    Ajay Mohan
    India has to change its strategy and convince three faces of Pakistan: Political Leadership, Army and ISI on one table.
    Pathankot attack is a first sour taste of Modi&r

    Asia, SouthAsia,India,Pakistan, Arms & Trade,Security,Terrorism

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