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International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 08

Are the Arab revolutions back?

Lebanon has been witnessing unprecedented demonstrations against the government that suggest the country’s proverbial sectarianism ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 08

Has Afghanistan really defeated Daesh?

Of late, Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani has announced that his government has defeated the feared ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 08

CPEC’s economic cost

The United States has once again expressed its serious reservations about the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ...
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The rising wealth gap

The world is witnessing a strange economic paradox. According to the Swiss Bank Credit Suisse’s ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 08

Ayodhya – A challenge to secularist India

“The larger project of denying that people of all faiths enjoy equal rights under the ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 07

Why French left has a problem with Islamophobia

On November 10, thousands marched through the streets of Paris to condemn Islamophobia. The demonstration ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 07

BDS: In the crosshairs of human rights colonialism

In his report on antisemitism, presented to the United Nations on October 17, UN Special ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 07

Peace through Kartarpur

The Kartarpur Corridor is a new entry point giving access to the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 07

India’s hegemonic designs

It has been reported in the Indian and Pakistani media lately that India has firmed ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 07

Media curbs in Pakistan

International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists is observed by the United Nations ...