04212019Headline:

Absence of a doctrine by Abdul Quayyum Khan Kundi

Relations between states are increasingly complex because of the globalization of world community and emergence of multilateral regional and world forums. There are two overriding interests, security and trade, that drive any foreign policy. [...]

Changing dynamics of Foreign Policy by Abdul Quayyum Khan Kundi

Throughout recorded history nations (or communities as nation is a modern formulation) competed and collaborated with each other. The foreign policy dynamics evolved with the advancement in technology especially in communication, transportation [...]

Afpak on the roll by Abdul Quayyum Khan Kundi

When the idea of Afpak was created by American policy makers after the invasion of Afghanistan, there were fears in minds of Pakistanis and our policy makers that she is considered part of the battlefield. Many felt Pakistan may be treated like [...]

War on terror or terror of war By Muhammad Rehan Rasheed Tanoli

The year 2014 is cut-off date for withdrawal of the US-led forces. We have seen that the US wants to exploit its position to use the Asian trade routes to her own advantage to fulfill the global designs. The importance of this region, especially [...]