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‘Committed’ Countries get united to tackle the Pandemic

Sara Afzel A global collaboration known as COVAX is in play to accelerate the testing, treatment, development, preparation, completion, & equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. In this ‘pool’ created under COVAX ,more & more countries not only share their experiences, research & findings but also the major economies invest in …

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India’s Self-inflicted Kashmir Imbroglio

Iqbal Khan RSS-BJP government in India is facing serious problems. Its economy is likely to contract by 9 percent of its GDP due to mismanagement of Covid-19 pandemic. It has faced a humiliating military defeat from China in the form of an unconditional abdication of its politico military objectives and …

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Another Political Turmoil Ahead

Zaheer ud din Babar Lionel Shriver said that, “Only a country which feels invulnerable can afford political turmoil as entertainment” Once again, a political turmoil is expected in our beloved country. The opposition party’s alliance that they are ready to show and flex their muscles to get their way. On …

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Transformation of Pakistan Navy into A Credible Force

by Cdre (R) Dr Anjum Sarfraz The Present day Navy is more of a technical force comprising Ships, submarines, hovercrafts, Long Range Maritime Patrol (LRMP) aircraft and helicopters equipped with state of the art sophisticated weapons, sensors, and propulsion machineries. The Naval platforms are composite units that carryout anti surface, …

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Indian, Water Aggression & UN Scilence

Hassan Rasheed Siddiqui Water is a basic necessity of all human beings and is inevitable for their survival. Post-Pulwama incident, India started dirty politics of water by going against the provisions of Indus Water Treaty (IWT) – the water distribution treaty between the two countries that dictates the fair use …

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Intellectual Property Tribunals; Implementation in Pakistan

Aymun Najeeb CGSS-LAW Intern at Center for Global & Strategic Studies (CGSS), Islamabad INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWS With the major developments across the world in various fields such as arts, technology, medicine, law, etc. new and more innovative ideas have been emerging with each passing day. These ideas, made from the …

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Interrelationship of Pak-Afghan Stability

Sajjad Shaukat In a tweet, the US President Donald Trump surprisingly announced on October 7, this year that all US troops in Afghanistan could be home by Christmas, putting an end to America’s longest war. According to the US former officials, “Less than a month before the presidential election, President …

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Challenges and Viable Solutions to the “Legitimacy Crisis” in International Arbitration

Sumayyah Tariq CGSS-LAW Intern at Center for Global & Strategic Studies (CGSS), Islamabad “International Arbitration may be defined as the substitution of many burning questions for smoldering one” International arbitration is boomed since 1945, as nations started to trade again and even more since the end of the 1980s. When …

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