Mehwish Rizwan Pakistan has recorded significantly reduced new corona cases and deaths in last few days.Looking on the bright side there is 91.6% recovery rate to date in Pakistan. Supported by these facts, TheGovernment of Pakistan has removed lockdown and decided to reopen markets, cafes, cinemas and other businesses etc. Moreover the educational institutes will…

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Christian Le Miere Since World War II, most American presidents have had key aspects of their foreign policy defined in terms of a “doctrine.” For the Trump administration, that doctrine is coming into clearer view as this year’s elections approach. The doctrine perhaps is best described by a term that Donald Trump has railed against…

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Sojla Sahar “Covid-19” a phenomena that has stopped fast moving world from past several months. A storm of fear that has diverted the attention of states from security threats that will be faced once the depressing shadows of Covid-19 are faded. COVID-19 has been a challenge for the international community on the whole but to…

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Monitoring Desk TOKYO: Of all the things Asian leaders anticipated for 2020, Vietnam envy probably wasn’t among them. Even as Covid-19 ravages growth, Southeast Asia’s sixth-biggest economy continues to punch far above its weight in scoring business fleeing China. The US-China trade war was as abrupt a wakeup-call as multinational companies had in generations. It’s…

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Muhammad Usman Ghani A few years ago, India and Iran entered an agreement that envisaged the development of Chahba-har port. The bilateral agreement on the Chah-bahar port bore the pote-ntial to provide India acc-ess to Afghanistan and C-entral Asian Republics (CARs) via Iran bypassing Pakistan. Since Cha-hbahar is located in Si-stan and Baluchistan pro-vince in…

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Dr. Engr Asim Farooq Wars in all manifestations left unending adverse impacts over the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and ex-FATA. The war against terror and wave of 80s altered economic, social and political structure of all those who are vulnerable to all these wars. I remember the last speech of Imran Khan in the UN…

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Mohamed A El-Erian Financial markets will resume trading on Monday in the midst of a raging debate about President Donald Trump’s executive actions, which he said would extend relief to households and companies struggling from the Covid-19 shock. The measures are likely to do little beyond some possible immediate respite for the most vulnerable. As…

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