Opinion

Kashmir: South Asia’s Chessboard

Kashmir: South Asia’s Chessboard

In October 1943, at a conference in Moscow United States of America, United Kingdom, Soviet Union and China sat together to revive the old League of Nations; an organization founded in 1920 with the purpose of creating a platform which beyond the interest of any single country, would be capable […]

KPOGCL: Steering Towards Precision

KPOGCL: Steering Towards Precision

A lot has changed after Imran khan took over as the prime minister. Taxes are active, illegal properties are being taken over and systems are being fixed. One close example of the system reboot is an oil and gas company, KPOGCL. The company as a nascent entity was going through […]

File photo of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Lessons from history for a New Pakistan

As Prime Minister Imran Khan’s newly elected government pushes forward its vision of a ‘Naya (New) Pakistan’, it is important that the lessons learnt from the country’s troubled past also be kept mind. These include lessons learnt not only from the sub-continent’s colonial past, but also from the series of […]

Pakistan-Saudi Arabia: An Emerging Alliance

Pakistan-Saudi Arabia: An Emerging Alliance

Since the emergence of Pakistan as an independent state, Saudi Arabia has been an all-weather friend of Pakistan. Loaves and fish brought both states further closer, as Saudi Arabian human capital and Pakistan’s economic needs were interdependent. However, full swing in bilateral relations was noticed during the 1980’s when the […]