Recently I have attended a conference titled “Global Energy Opportunities and Geopolitical Risks”. The focus of the conference was on hydrogen fuel or decarburization of fossil fuel.
Since the beginning of this decade, the US has been facing many challenges and losing on many fronts.
Saudi-Iran conflict rather rivalry has not only divided the Muslim community but has also weakened it from its core. Since last three decades, Saudi-Iran relations have been soured rather deteriorated owing to multiple reasons.
Before dealing with the Russian prospective investments in Pakistan, I would like to shed some light on drivers of the evolution of the new relationship and how it may shape the future of the two great nations of Eurasia.
Pakistan’s attempt to break the chains of the past has yet again politicized by India as a nefarious design on the part of Pakistan to revive the Khalistan movement.
From the U2 scandal to the killing of Usman bin Laden, Pakistan as a country has been seen in negative terms in the international news which in turn has significantly affected its standing in the world of international affairs.
Contemporary Pak-US relations are confined and usually focused on war on terrorism. Pakistan and the United States (US) set up discretionary relations on October 20, 1947.