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Month: December 2021

Trade, Connectivity, Cooperation &…

The proximity of China and Pakistan with Taliban-controlled Afghanistan has prompted India to strengthen ties with Central Asia. During his meeting with the Foreign Ministers of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan […]


Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, recently expressed his love for the Pashtun Culture in neighbouring Afghanistan, saying that the Pashtun people carry their rich culture, and […]

An Invisible Art

The University of Chicago Press, on October 6, 2017, published a book, titled What Editors Do: The Art, Craft, and Business of Book Editing, which has been edited by Peter […]

A Pointless Comparison!

Nowadays, it is increasingly being observed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is often being referred to as the true architect of modern India. Well, this, in turn, seemingly brings forth […]

Policy Of The New Chancellor

With Olaf Scholz replacing Angela Merkel as the German Chancellor on December 8, 2021, a change is on the cards, as far as Germany’s Asia Policy is concerned. The new […]

On A Beautiful Lie & A Painful Truth

People, despite knowing that they are mortal, behave as if they will live forever… they, seemingly, do so due to the fear of death. The grief pertaining to death is […]

A Moderate Stance Sought

In Vienna, negotiations on the resumption of the 2015-signed Iranian Nuclear Deal stalled on December 3 after European, American and Iranian officials suspended talks following substantial differences that the European […]

A Somewhat Different ‘Past’

Russian President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin recently said that he used to drive a taxi to supplement his income, following the fall of the Soviet Union. In upcoming documentary film, dubbed […]

A ‘Jewel Box’, This Time!

A man was trekking in the Mount Blanc, and while hiking the des Bossons glacier, he, suddenly, stumbled upon a metal box lying under the ice. The man had no […]