Pressures prompted on Pakistan to consider Israel as a state

“I have no second thought to recognize Israel unless there is a just settlement, which satisfies Palestinians,” said Khan to local media, referring to our great founding father, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, who repeatedly had refused to recognize Israel. In accordance with that statement, Khan’s wheeling and dealing seem to be following primarily the footsteps of… Continue reading Pressures prompted on Pakistan to consider Israel as a state

Cash-strapped Turkey depends on Qatari investments

Dec 2, 2020 Scrambling to attract overseas buyers to ease Turkey’s arduous foreign money crunch, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s authorities has as soon as once more turned to its closest ally, Qatar. The two sides introduced a raft of agreements final week, together with contemporary Qatari acquisitions, with Ankara wanting to convey a semblance of renewed overseas… Continue reading Cash-strapped Turkey depends on Qatari investments

Saudi king calls for ‘fair’ Palestinian solution in Trump call

Saudi Arabia supports a “fair” solution for the Palestinian cause, King Salman has told Donald Trump in a phone call, as the US President praised the kingdom for opening its airspace to Israel-UAE flights. Saudi Arabia has said it will not follow the United Arab Emirates, which announced last month it would establish diplomatic ties… Continue reading Saudi king calls for ‘fair’ Palestinian solution in Trump call

UAE’s deal with Israel and Pakistan’s populist FP dilemma 

The UAE-Israel historic accord on “normalization of relations” have found resonance in Pakistan with many quarters in the country criticizing Dubai for normalizing diplomatic relations. They have ruled out any rapprochement with Israel in the near future. But the new reality in the Middle East has shooked Islamic countries including Pakistan, which we must realise.… Continue reading UAE’s deal with Israel and Pakistan’s populist FP dilemma