Syeda Dhanak Hashmi

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Author is a Foreign Policy Analyst and Research Head at a think tank based in Islamabad. She has done Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in Governance and Public Policy. Her areas of research include both regional as well as global issues of contemporary international relations.

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Semblance between China’s Green Wall & Pakistan’s 10 Billion Tree Tsunami

"Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago."― Warren Buffett Recent years have witnessed the announcement and implementation...

The Need for Pakistan’s Digitalisation Policy

Change is the only constant and one has to keep evolving through new trends in order to compete with the changing dynamics of the...

Kashmir: The Unconquerable Will of Kashmiris is still Alive

Every dictatorship flourishes more on the continuing incapacity of the public to examine and evaluate reality in the way that a scientist does in a practical...

Aftermath of US-Afghan Peace Talks

In Doha, the Capital of Qatar, an unprecedented meeting co-hosted by German and Qatari officials brought together diverse factions interested in achieving lasting Afghan peace. Sixteen Taliban...

Libya Crisis: Role of Regional Players

Libya remains in a chaotic state after the fall of Muammar Gadhafi. The United Nations-backed government struggles to exercise control over territory held by rival factions,...

Ukrainian Presidential Elections 2019

The Ukrainian people had made historic choices for independence, democracy and the free market more than a quarter century ago, but they have only partially achieved their...

The Slippery Slope of Sino-US Trade War

Change is the only constant. After a struggle for supremacy in geopolitical and geo-economical spheres, now technological realms have also been contested among superpowers....

SCO External Relations and Focus on Regional Cooperation

The world has trekked from a hegemonic uni-polarity towards bipolarity and now the phenomenon of globalization has given rise to a multipolar world in...

China and Central Asian Republics’ Connectivity Through CPEC

The CPEC is just not a road but a network of connectivity, industrialization, trade promotion, energy generation, and much more. The main purpose of...

The nature of contemporary Sino-Pakistani relations

China has played a crucial role in maintaining regional peace and security by upholding its concept of an inclusive, cooperative and sustainable security. This...

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Research Findings on Migrant Smuggling in Southeast Asia

The recent report published by the UN Office on...

Work-from-Home to Vote-from-Home

The COVID-19 pandemic left behind many enduring legacies, with...

Israel and Hamas play whack-a-mole

Despite its devastating human and physical cost, Israel’s effort...

Making Sense of India-Bhutan Development Partnership

On his first overseas visit after assuming office in...
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