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US and North Korea suffer communication breakdown

By Laura Bicker Remember when Donald Trump said he and Kim Jong-un fell in love? Well now it seems they just don’t talk anymore. Instead, the US and North Korea appear to be staring one another down, waiting for the other to blink or make a move. And neither appears …

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Religion is as old as humanity: Bianchi

Robert R. Bianchi Robert R. Bianchi, a Professor at the University of Chicago, believes that “religion is as old as humanity. It predates the appearance of states and nations and has always influenced their ideals, behaviors, and self-images.” Professor Bianchi, who also teaches at the Shanghai International Studies University (SISU), …

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Clinton and the dream of presidency!

By: Hanif Ghaffari Hillary Clinton is still hopeful about the US presidential elections in 2020, despite her failure in 2008 and 2016. This is while experts mention that one of the main reasons of Democrats’ defeat in the previous presidential election was Clinton’s presence as the Party’s final candidate, and …

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PM Imran Khan’s maiden trip to China

By Shahid Javed Burki Looking at the country he had inherited on July 28, 2018 from the previous set of rulers and listening to the advice of those who were close to him, Prime Minister Imran Khan concluded that his first task was to ensure Pakistan’s financial stability. Pakistan suffered …

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WHAT NOW FOR THE TLP?

Ahmed Yusuf In Islamic history, the Treaty of Hudaibiya is held up as a shining example of a tactical retreat that led to an eventual and grand victory. Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) convinced his people to return home without performing Hajj that year; he argued that the next time round the …

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Should Pakistan revisit its Israel policy?

By Kamran Yousaf On October 25, a tweet from an Israeli journalist caused uproar in Pakistan. Avi Scharf, Editor of the English edition of the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, claimed that an Israeli jet flew from Tel Aviv to Islamabad. He further said the plane had a stopover of 10 hours …

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Targeted killing of Hazaras

Akhlaq Ullah Tarar IT’S very hard to find a single household of the Hazara community in Quetta that has not been victimised by targeted killing. It is a caged community, owing to their sect, in a state of captivity for the past 20 years. It is curious that a peace-loving, …

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Khashoggi’s murder: the beginning of the Greater Middle East Project

By: Roohullah Ghasemian It’s not the first time that the Al-Saud regime brutally treats opponents, but it is the first that Western countries react to its hostility. The West generally hides and rejects anti-humanitarian measures because of their dependence on Saudi’s oil, or the sale of billions of weapons or …

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Saudi king hosts Abu Dhabi crown prince amid Yemen offensive

RIYADH (Web Desk) Saudi King Salman hosted Abu Dhabi’s crown prince on Saturday, state media said, as a military coalition led by the two Gulf allies pushes an offensive to seize the strategic Yemeni port city of Hodeida. Abu Dhabi’s Prince Mohammed bin Zayed led a “top-level delegation” to Riyadh, the …

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