While Pakistani generals were busy wasting time and national resources on the doctrine of ‘bleed India with a thousand cuts’, Indian leadership focused on strengthening democratic institutions and steadily moved up as the world’s fifth largest economy. The emergence of Pacific and Middle East QUADs with India as a vital member has increased Pakistan’s isolation.Read more
Senge Sering is the President of Gilgit Baltistan Institute in Washington D.C.
Taliban’s return to power is profiting both its long-standing allies and new friends. According to a recent UN report, the Al-Qaida (AQ) is able to reclaim safe havens in Afghanistan in the wake of Ayman al-Zawahiri’s growing bonhomie with Taliban’s head, Hebatullah Akhundzada.Read more
More often than not our minds wander towards Hazaras when we hear about Shias dying in terrorist attacks in Pakistan and Afghanistan. This Ramadan, hundreds of Shias lost lives to Islamic terrorism and as usual, a large majority of the victims were ethnic Hazaras. Many among the deceased were girl students from a junior school in Kabul.Read more
Shortly after Pakistani parliamentarians ended the term of Prime Minister Imran Khan through a vote of no-confidence, the nation heardRead more
It is not far-fetched to call China a major beneficiary of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Distracted by the Russian invasion ofRead more