Saturday, October 20, 2018

Conversion of Pakistan into a nursery for terrorists…

By Wajid Shamsul Hasan Amongst the twelve months, October is most enigmatic in its multifaceted manifestations in the history of Pakistan. In this month Muslims of India were rendered into “hewers of wood and drawers...

Pakistan’s security concerns and US attitude

By Dr. Hasan Askari Rizvi The recent diplomatic exchanges between Pakistan and the US show that, despite a divergence in their perspectives on regional affairs, they want to maintain active bilateral relations. They need each other...

Indo-Pak sea-based nuclear weapons cause regional alarm

Dr. Zafar Nawaz Jaspal Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program is primarily predicated upon its ability to act as a deterrent, to prevent nuclear blackmail by, or a nuclear conflict with, India. Therefore its nuclear posture is...

Some comments on press conference of Imran Khan

By Lt Gen (r) Abdul Qayyum Before I talk about Press Conference of PM Imran Khan on Sunday I want to appreciate that Finance Minister Asad Umar took a U-turn to reintroduce the condition of...

Perplexed Pakistanis of Europe

By Pervez Hoodbhoy PAKISTANI immigrants to Europe tend to get a bad press. I was, therefore, pleasantly surprised by my brief encounter in Stockholm three weeks ago with a dozen or so well-settled, ordinary working-class...

Some suggestions for normalisation of Indo-Pak relations

By Senator Rehman Malik The world witnessed the Anti-Pakistan and full of lies speech read by the Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj - a Minister of self-declared largest democracy. In fact India is emerging as the worst...

Pak foreign policy – too good to be true

By Wajid Shamsul Hasan LOTS of Kashmiris and Pakistanis were expecting Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi to give a stern warning to India and the world community that the patience of Kashmiri and Pakistani people...

Embrace of CPEC shows Saudi Arabia means business

By Naveed Ahmad The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has a third partner, namely Saudi Arabia. This would not have been possible without Beijing coming on board to the idea. As Prime Minister Imran Khan paid...

The ramifications of Saudi Arabia joining CPEC

By Dr. Zafar Nawaz Jaspal The significance of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor has been multiplied by Saudi Arabia’s inclination to join the project. The participation of the Kingdom will have lasting political, economic, commercial...

Theresa May’s tough stance long overdue

By Zaid M. Belbagi A week ago, EU leaders callously shunned the UK’s plan for Brexit at an informal meeting at Salzburg. The so-called Chequers plan, which Mrs. May hammered out with her ministers in...