"I Feel as If I Am Going to Visit the Home of My Own Brother". This was the statement made by President Xi Jinping prior to his visit to Pakistan in 2015.
The Civilization of the West which was built upon Faustian values, finds itself in the latest stage of its existence: one dominated by uncertainty, one in which the values and certainties of before have evaporated, giving place to Nihilism and sel
The New Nationalism must draw examples from the old, but with a view geared towards a solid future. As such, as the Neo-Eurasianism of today draws from the Eurasianism of Trubetzkoy, the Pan-Slavism of today must draw from the Pan-Slavism of the XIX century, or more specifically, of the Conventions and the viewpoints of all its particular delegates. All of them have a lesson for us, nearly two centuries later.
Since the start of the diplomatic relationships with th
Russia and Pakistan are facing Economic Challenges. Pakistan is over-burden with 95 Billion US dollars external debt, decline in exports, decline in foreign remittances, as a result facing severe shortage of foreign exchange.
Leo Tolstoy has rightly stated in his illustrious novel War and Peace that “The strongest of all warriors are these two — Time and Patience.” Everywhere in the world, when there is war, the final decision is taken on the table and so is A