Intel: Saudi Arabia seeks Turkey’s drones, Erdogan says

Mar 16, 2021 Saudi Arabia needs to purchase armed drones from Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated Monday within the newest potential signal of a thaw between the 2 governments. Ankara and Riyadh all however ceased cooperation on regional issues as ties soured following the state-sanctioned homicide of dissident Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal… Continue reading Intel: Saudi Arabia seeks Turkey’s drones, Erdogan says

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

Why has Gulf assist to PA declined lately?

Mar 16, 2021 The Palestinian Ministry of Finance launched March 3 official knowledge regarding the 2020 funds. The knowledge revealed that Saudi and Arab monetary assist sharply declined, with the whole Arab assist and grants amounting to $40 million, an 84.9% lower compared with $265.5 million in 2019. According to the figures, oil-producing international locations… Continue reading Why has Gulf assist to PA declined lately?

Pakistan ranks 10th among biggest importers in Asia for major arms: SIPRI

Pakistan among other countries like India, Australia, China, South Korea was the biggest importer for major arms, receiving 42% of global arms transfers in 2016–20, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) said in a report on Monday. The United States, France and Germany – three of the world’s biggest exporters – increased deliveries, but… Continue reading Pakistan ranks 10th among biggest importers in Asia for major arms: SIPRI

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

Pakistan’s airline industry: Is its fate finally destined to change?

Air travel usually costs more than either train or bus for domestic commute around the world. It, however, does not legitimize what travellers in Pakistan are charged for inter-city journeys in the wake of feeble local competition. An economical one-way trip from Karachi to Islamabad would cost roughly $45, translating into $0.064 per mile for… Continue reading Pakistan’s airline industry: Is its fate finally destined to change?

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

Russia supports US plan for Taliban role in interim Afghan govt

Russia on Friday backed a US initiative to include the Taliban in a future interim Afghanistan government, as global powers ramp up efforts to secure a peace deal and end decades of war. The Taliban and Afghan government will meet next week in Moscow at Russia’s invitation ahead of a May deadline for US President… Continue reading Russia supports US plan for Taliban role in interim Afghan govt