New Regime in Pakistan: Treading a Tightrope

For the first time in Pakistan’s political history, Imran Khan was defeated with 174 votes in the 225-member Pakistan National Assembly on March 8, ending his term 16 months ahead […]

Combating the Dragon’s Intransigence

India and China are two of the oldest civilisations in the world with rich culture, heritage and history. Ties between the two countries date back to ancient times. It was […]


India Maps New Order with Ingenuity

Prior to the end of the Cold War, societies were divided by ideological differences, such as the struggle between democracy and communism. In the last two decades or so, past […]

Birds of Mass Destruction

The protracted Ukraine War has gone murkier with Russian forces in Ukraine claiming to have come across US-aided bio-labs developing dangerous pathogens. Not many are aware that the US Department […]