PM Imran Khan expands Pakistan’s national security with new additions

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said it was time for Pakistan to get a stronghold of national security by expanding its domain inclusive of climate change, economic stability and food security, besides focusing on military strength. Addressing at the launch of the first annual Islamabad Security Dialogue themed ‘Together for Ideas’, the Prime Minister… Continue reading PM Imran Khan expands Pakistan’s national security with new additions

10 questions if FATF is biased against Pakistan

The decision of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to keep Pakistan in its grey list till June 2021 despite the fact that it addressed 24 out of 27 action items has raised serious questions over the approach of global terror-financing and money-laundering watchdog. Ignoring to include India and Afghanistan in its list even with… Continue reading 10 questions if FATF is biased against Pakistan

US Capitol fence to be scaled again, safety questions linger

Security officers have introduced they may cut back fencing across the US Capitol and lower off the complete space to pedestrian and vehicular site visitors for the reason that January 6 riot, as a report says the Army was reluctant to help Washington, DC authorities forward of the lethal riot. Timothy Blodgett, the performing House… Continue reading US Capitol fence to be scaled again, safety questions linger

Taliban agrees to attend Afghan peace talks in Moscow

Senior members of the Taliban will attend talks with the Kabul government in Moscow this week to discuss the future of war-ravaged Afghanistan, the insurgent group said Monday. The two sides are due to meet at Russia’s invitation ahead of a May deadline for US President Joe Biden to decide whether to end the two-decade… Continue reading Taliban agrees to attend Afghan peace talks in Moscow

Growing significance of Asia Pacific in international politics

The Asia Pacific is part of the world located in the western Pacific Ocean. It includes regions of East Asia, South Asia, South East Asia and region of Oceania. It also consists of some areas of the North Atlantic, for example, Russia and the countries in America which lies on the bank of the Eastern… Continue reading Growing significance of Asia Pacific in international politics

US has 1000 more troops in Afghanistan than officially revealed

According to US, European, and Afghan officials, it turns out that the US has 3500 troops stationed in Afghanistan. This is 1000 more than the previously disclosed number of 2500 troops. Since the deadline for the US troops withdrawal is nearing, the newly revealed 1000 US soldiers in Afghanistan has created complexities in the White… Continue reading US has 1000 more troops in Afghanistan than officially revealed

US particular envoy to attend Afghan peace talks in Moscow

Taliban and authorities of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani have agreed to attend assembly in Russian capital on Thursday. The United States’ particular envoy for Afghanistan reconciliation will attend a summit in Moscow later this week to advance the Afghan peace course of, the US State Department mentioned on Monday, as a May 1 deadline to… Continue reading US particular envoy to attend Afghan peace talks in Moscow

Washington’s Afghan plan diplomatic godsend for Ankara

Mar 15, 2021 US President Joe Biden continues to be preserving his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan ready for a telephone name, however Washington has not too long ago cheered Ankara up by casting a job for Turkey in peace efforts in Afghanistan. A US plan for Turkey to host a gathering to finalize a… Continue reading Washington’s Afghan plan diplomatic godsend for Ankara

Turkey plans to host Afghan peace talks in April: FM Cavusoglu

Turkey plans to host an Afghan peace conference in Istanbul in April, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Friday, ahead of a deadline for a US troop withdrawal. In a letter leaked to Afghan media, Secretary of State Antony Blinken encouraged Afghan leaders to consider a “new, inclusive government” and proposed that talks take place… Continue reading Turkey plans to host Afghan peace talks in April: FM Cavusoglu

Bus bombing kills 8 civilians in Afghanistan’s Herat province

A car bomb killed at least 8 people and injured more than 40 others in Afghanistan’s western Herat province that borders Iran. The Afghan interior ministry said explosives hidden in a passenger bus caused the blast late Friday inside Herat, the provincial capital of the province with the same name at around 9 p.m. (1630GMT).… Continue reading Bus bombing kills 8 civilians in Afghanistan’s Herat province