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Battle of Survival

By Zaman Bajwa Recent generation is facing a lot of challenges but the climate change and global warming is a real threat to humanity. Rising global temperature is causing mass level water shortage which could lead to food deficiency and mass migration. Many experts have warned that threat constituted by …

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Challenges at eastern and western boaders

Mir Qais Khan Jamali It was almost a year ago in July 2016, Shaheed Burhan Wani the charismatic leader of the freedom movement in Indian occupied Kashmir was martyred in a pre-planned encounter, and since then all methods of war between India and Pakistan have broken lose, with Pakistan being …

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Pakistan needs an aggrassive foreign policy

  Tyela Shaffan When question comes of National Security, then nothing can be taken on a light mode. When a country’s foreign policy is running in a streamline, a light shook can make it shaky. And that’s all a country’s sovereignty demands for. But that seems diverse in case of …

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‘For all the chest-thumping, India can’t win a war against Pakistan’

Raghu Raman In the 1983 film WarGames, a nuclear war simulation is accidentally started by a supercomputer designed to take over in the event of the Cold War spiralling out of control. After evaluating all the possibilities, the computer declares that “war is a strange game, in which the only …

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Washington’s New Afghan policy

Hassan Akbar President Trump is finally set to address his country’s longest running war with a ‘new’ policy for Afghanistan. With a troop increase in the mix and a visibly more muscular approach on display, the new US administration is signaling renewed intent to keep their Afghan engagement open-ended. Unclear …

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