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Raashid Wali Janjua
Raashid Wali Janjua

The writer is a retired brigadier, and a PhD scholar in Peace and Conflict Studies at the National University of Science and Technology, Islamabad.

  • November 15, 2016

    An unexpected redeemer?

    Has passion trumped reason in the recently concluded US presidential elections? The answer may partially lie in the social constructivist views of...

  • November 05, 2016

    What ails our democracy

    The dialectics between democracy and politics defines the quality of governance and the concomitant public weal, the two objectives of a democratic...

  • October 21, 2016

    The coming drought

    Pakistan is currently beset with a clear and present danger – the desertification of its agricultural heartland along with a concomitant...

  • September 23, 2016

    Will there be war?

    Will there be a war between India and Pakistan due to attacks by non-state actors on an Indian Army installation at Uri? The question begs an answer...

  • September 18, 2016

    The new order

    Henry Kissinger writes that the two competing strains of international relations have kept struggling for ascendancy as the afterglow of...

  • August 13, 2016

    The starfish and the spider

    The carnage in Quetta tells us there is something just not right with the way we are fighting our war on terrorism. Experts may take umbrage at the...

  • July 11, 2016

    Military diplomacy

    Military diplomacy may sound to be an anachronism in this age where Kantian peace is the norm instead of a Hobbesian struggle for supremacy. The...