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Commentary; Doubting Pakistan

IN a strange twist of events surrounding the Afghan enigma, Pakistan seems to have realigned its foreign policy towards Afghanistan against all odds, having offered support – hitherto unheard of – for the ongoing peace negotiations between Kabul and Taliban. But there is no guarantee Islamabad will be doing more …

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National Interests of Afghanistan

By: Dr. Matin Royeen Ph.D. Introduction: During the Afghan Peace Conference in Doha, I hope the national interests of Afghanistan will be clearly defined and discussed by both parties. The word national Interests is an ambiguous term used by political leaders to advance the goals of their state. Sometimes, politicians …

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Hong Kong as a national security law

By Ms. Tamkin Azizi One country, two systems “is a constitutional concept outlining the governance of Hong Kong and Macau in the People’s Republic of China after they became China’s Special Administrative Regions (SARs) in 1997 and 1999 respectively. Deng Xiaoping proposed this in the early 1980s during talks over …

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Pashtun under attack

By Nadir Shah Katawazai As Sun was about to set, brave Arif wazir, a Pashtun Protection Movement (PTM) activists was sitting in a vehicle on the way to his home. Some unidentified people were following his vehicle, when he slowed down his vehicle because of speed breaker, suddenly gun fire …

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