Azhar Zeeshan is currently working with as a Research Associate. He has done BS in International Relations from the University of Peshawar. Currently, he is an M.phil Scholar of History at Quaid I Azam University, Islamabad. His areas of interest are History and International Politics.
Chinese National Accused of Blasphemy Is Another Test for China-Pakistan Ties
The incident could reinforce existing concerns about Chinese workers’ safety in Pakistan, and a pull-out by China could be disastrous for Pakistan’s economy.
Book Review: The Silk Roads
The rise of China at breakneck speed and the growing influence of Russia in the International Political arena after its invasion of Ukraine, are some of the things which Frankopan had already predicted in The Silk Roads: A New History of the World.
Book Review: The Great Delusions
Exploring a claim how the policy of 'Liberal Hegemony' has proved disastrous for the United States, in his book, "The Great Delusions," John. J Mearsheimer, a renowned International Relations theorist unleashed an assault on the foreign policy of the United States since the end of the Cold War.
Foreign Policy 2. 0 and Afghan Taliban
In contrast to its hawkish foreign policy in the 1990s which earned the Taliban the ire of the International community, this time, they sound more dovish in their foreign policy approach which is well illustrated in the organization’s dealing with major powers and with those neighboring countries with whom the Taliban were at odds in the 1990s.
India’s Ingress Into Afghanistan: Why Should Pakistan Worry
Afghanistan in influx - can Pakistan afford to allow India to make in-roads into Afghanistan once again? How much worrisome is India's gradually growing ingress in Afghanistan?