Taimur Shamil

  • The rapidly changing Afghan political landscape heralds opportunities for the Afghan leadership as well as for the regional stakeholders. In a recent meeting between General Bajwa and Afghan leadership in Kabul, both countries have reiterated for a peaceful settlement of the Afghan issue and ...

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  • The tensions in the Per­sian Gulf are rising once again as the US and Irani­an leaders get involved in a spat of words. The recent threat of a conflict, like all the previous sit­uations, is a reminder of a situa­tion that can rapidly spin out of control in the Persian Gulf, if ...

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  • In recent months Saudi Arabia has gone through strategic, social, and political changes. The word ‘change’ itself is interesting, especially when it comes to Saudi Arabia. There aren’t many countries, states, or people who would experiment with the idea of change. Not even the ...

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  • Over the past several years Pakistani army chiefs have been strategizing war against terrorism that was fought in the streets and on the borders of Pakistan. However, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Pakistan’s current army chief, has gone one step ahead as he has devised a grand strategy for ...

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  • ISLAMABAD - Thousands of innocent people have lost their lives in US’s war on terror in Afghanistan and Pakistan. It was the Taliban that the US and the NATO forces wanted to push out of the Afghan Capital. They did, but after being driven out of Kabul, Taliban still control large swaths of ...

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  • ‘Waiting for Godot’ is a brilliant play, written on the existential theme by Samuel Beckett. The play opens with two characters, Vladimir and Estrogen conversing under a tree on a countryside road while they endlessly wait for someone called Godot. While Vladimir and Estrogen amuse ...

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