Tag: Pakistan



This Year’s BRICS Summit is All About Sino-African Cooperation and The Triumph of BRICS+

Mao’s Three Worlds versus the West’s Three World Model  In 1974, China’s future leader Deng Xiaoping addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations in his then position as Chinese’s Vice Premier. It was here that Deng preceded to explain Mao Zedong’s Three Worlds Theory to his global audience. Delivered during […]


Is Iran Making The Same Mistakes in The Arab World That Pakistan Once Made in Afghanistan?

Pakistan-Afghanistan relations: Lessons learned the hard way  Throughout the Cold War period, the phenomenon of ethnic Pashtun nationalism on either side of the Durand Line led to Pakistan developing an intense suspicion of multiple Afghan governments in Kabul.  The Durand Line which itself is a legacy of British imperial rule in […]


After Key China-Russia-Iran-Pakistan Meeting, Moscow Official Says Taliban Control 50% of Afghanistan

Mapping the Taliban  Last week saw a historic meeting in Islamabad between the intelligence chiefs of China, Russia, Pakistan and Iran. While the details of the meeting were not disclosed beyond statements implying that counter-terrorism was a dominating theme, it is a safe assumption that the war in Afghanistan was […]


Fethullah Terror Organisation Looks to De-stabilise Africa – Turkey, China and Russia Must Respond Decisively

The Fethullah Terror Organisation (FETO) lead by the US based kingpin Fethullah Gulen is one part traditional terror group and one party cult like indoctrination organisation. While FETO’s acts of terror include staging the attempted July 2016 coup against the legitimate government of Turkey, downing a Russian Su-25 on the Syrian […]




A Federal-Parliamentary System is More Important Than Banning Dynastic Politics in The Philippines

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has received the formal report containing recommendations from the Consultative Committee (CC) for constitutional reform. In one way or another, The Philippines is set for its biggest shift in political structure since the controversial 1987 Constitution was introduced by Corazon Aquino who came to power after the ouster […]