CENTRAL ASIA

 (Part II) Afghanistan a war-torn country yearns for peace. Life in Afghanistan has been paralyzed. Its economy is in tatters. Almost ninety percent of its GDP comes from foreign funding. ...

In the recent months, fears have been expressed that Pakistan is, or will soon be, isolated due to a flawed foreign policy being pursued by the government. But, a brief ...

Kashmir issue has been the cornerstone of Pakistan’s foreign policy since 1947. The region is the source of rivers flowing into Pakistan and Pakistanis have strong apprehensions that if Kashmir ...

The Gulf is important for a whole host of reasons, and most people understand that. The religious Holy Land link is but one facet of the relationship. We were the ...

Pakistan has reinstated the military courts which were expired on 07 January 2017. The military courts were established after Peshawar massacre to punish terrorists. The military courts would try civilian ...

About the author: Corentin was a student in international relations at HEIP Paris and moved to Moscow where he now follows a Master Degree at the institute of international relations ...

Dictatorship competitions : Re-elected last weekend at the head of their respective countries, the President of Kazakhstan and his colleague of Sudan Omar al-Bashir are part of the exclusive club of ...

The Taliban have started their spring offensive of 2016, a year in which the coordination group charged with bringing peace to the country, perhaps ironically, has made its strongest push ...

Analysis A coordinated attack is believed to be underway in Indonesia’s capital city, Jakarta. At least seven explosions were reported in the downtown area along with multiple exchanges of fire. ...

Forecast Following its upcoming leadership transition, Vietnam will continue to integrate with the global economy and pursue security cooperation with Russia, India and its Southeast Asian neighbors. The country’s imperatives, aligned ...