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Quaid’s Vision Of Foreign Policy

Quaid’s vision of foreign policy

The Founder of Pakistan Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah had envisioned the newly independent Muslim state's foreign policy to be one of "peace with all, and enmity with none". Pakistan must…

Balochistan: the foreign hand?

WITH the present uptick of attacks on security forces, we are back to a familiar routine. Between when a terrorist incident occurs and blame is assigned, the separation is no…

The Quaid and Islamic renaissance

"The Quaid-e-Azam", says Frank Moraes, one-time editor of "Times of India" and of "Indian Express", "is assured of a place among the great Muslims of our times. Kemal Ataturk revived…

Foreign exchange earnings

Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves on 30 April 2020 as per the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) website were 12.329 billion dollars, a respectable amount given the ongoing global pandemic that…

Foreign policy challenges ahead

FIVE key areas will be the main focus of Pakist­an’s foreign policy in the year ahead. Relations with China and the US while navigating the Sino-US confrontation, dealing with Afghanistan’s…