Democracy in Pakistan

Democracy in Pakistan: a fragile and rocky road

Democracy, a compound of two Greek words namely “Demos” meaning “people” and “Kratos” meaning “rule”, stands for the government of public. It is said to be a ‘government of the people, for the people, by the people’. More plainly, it is to suggest that the real power, termed by Thomas Hobbes as “sovereignty”, lies in…Read More

China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR)

The Chinese new project One Belt One Road: new trend in globalization?

With a rigorous success in trade and business for decades, China has initiated new mega project named “One Belt One Road” (OBOR) in mid-May 2017 in Beijing. The trillion dollars project aims to connect Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa via business and infrastructure. During the two-day forum held in Beijing, Xi Jinping has…Read More

United States vs. North Korea

United States vs. North Korea: who will win???

The current confrontation between United States and North Korea has been seen such a high tensional that it reminds us the devastating consequences of World War. Not only for Korean peninsula bur also a deep concern for world community because may it start another massacre in history. So, what’s the background actually and who will…Read More


Critical Analysis of Geopolitical Catastrophes: Realistic View of Contemporary Global Hegemony

Shaukat Afsar   Geopolitics is an amazing subject for study. It helps us to analyze critically real situations. Robert D Kaplan in his famous book The “Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us” said, “As Napoleon said, to know a nation’s geography is to know its foreign policy”. Indeed!  As we come to understand global…Read More