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How China chose to weaponize a setback

By: K. Abdullah Many nowadays appear to have lost their ways into the chaotic dynamics of the US-China relationship. Those focusing on the tariffs and the conflict points that are making up most of the stories today find themselves in a difficult situation in making sense of it all. They …

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We the women of Afghanistan

We the women of Afghanistan, some people look at us imagining victims in us, others treat us as objects. Some feel the urge to protect us, and some of them think that “we need to think twice before we laugh or smile” in public. Some of them think it is …

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The Young Afghan Diaspora

By Maria Hayat  After visiting Afghanistan last summer, I could not help but notice all of the flaws and injustices that prevailed in my home country. Whilst I was privileged enough to visit my family, tour around Afghanistan’s notable cafes and wonder around freely in my breathtakingly beautiful village Panjshir, …

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Worsening situation of North Waziristan

By: Shamim Shahid Situation in the already terror-hit North Waziristan is worsening day by day due to prolong curfew imposition and restricting dwellers to home on security grounds. Though since 2017, last tribesmen repatriated from Bannu and other parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ahead with military forces instructions and restrictions but …

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Worsening Situation In North Waziristan

Shamim Shahid The situation in the already terror-hit North Waziristan adjacent with south-eastern provinces of Afghanistan is worsening day by day due to prolong curfew imposition and restricting dwellers to home on security grounds. Though since 2017 last, tribesmen repatriated from Bannu and other parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ahead with …

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Opinion: External factors of Pak terrorism

Traditionally, the state of Pakistan has an potential enmity with India by birth and a long–term border difference and ethnic tension with Afghanistan. After independence it has fought four declared wars with India without any success. The policy of Islamisation pursued by the regime of Zia-ul-Haq and later governments proceeded …

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China, the unstoppable locomotive of growth

By Seddiq Hussainy China has been a genuine example for the world, particularly the developing Asia, in orchestrating an unprecedented rapid economic growth and accomplishing the excruciating task of dealing with extreme poverty. China’s profound transformation due to flexible and vigorous economic policies has helped uplift lives of more than …

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