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Special Reports

America’s Pacific century and its strategic pivot

Mirza Aslam Beg

Jumada' al-Ula' 20, 14342013-04-01

As the US has been defeated in Iraq and Afghanistan, it has shifted its focus to the Pacific region to contain the rising power of China. General Mirza Aslam Beg, former chief of the Pakistan Army, argues that countries like Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan are well-placed to assert their rights in this new architecture.

Editor's Desk

Zionists quick to blame Iran for Bulgarian attack


Ramadan 12, 14332012-08-01

Without even waiting for official confirmation, the Zionists were quick to make accusations against Islamic Iran for the Bulgarian but attack. Was it another Israeli false flag operations?


Debate within the Islamic movement

Zafar Bangash

Dhu al-Hijjah 05, 14322011-11-01

With prospects of assuming power looking brighter in the aftermath of the Islamic Awakening sweeping the region, Islamic activists are engaged in a debate about the future political order in the Muslim East. There is near consensus that Islamic parties enjoy broad support, are well organized and will do well whenever elections are held.

Special Reports

“Arab Spring” diminishes Turkey’s credibility in the Muslim World

Ahmet Aslan

Shawwal 03, 14322011-09-01

Soon after the so-called Arab Spring began to blossom, Turkey’s popularity has been on the rise in the Arab world. Since the Justice and Development Party (AKP) was first elected in 2002, Turkey with its flourishing democracy, and rapidly growing economic and military might has become an emerging regional power.

Special Reports

Understanding emerging political divisions between Europe and the US

Zainab Cheema

Shawwal 22, 14312010-10-01

In President Mahmoud Ahmedinijad’s recent visit to the United Nations in late September, he easily became the most-watched head of state. In his various speeches, he took the UN and US to task for presiding over the wars on Afghanistan

Special Reports

Tracing the historical roots of the friction between the US and its European allies

Perwez Shafi

Jumada' al-Ula' 01, 14242003-07-01

DR PERWEZ SHAFI, director of the Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought in Pakistan, examines the reasons for the spectacular difference of opinions between the US and major European powers over the US’s plans for war war against Iraq...

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