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Zeeshan Salahuddin
Zeeshan Salahuddin

  • March 19, 2022

    Walking a tightrope

    China’s expanding global footprint has become a significant geopolitical policy challenge for the US. This has significant financial, strategic,...

  • March 05, 2022

    War of the (un)civilised

    “Just to put it bluntly, these are not refugees from Syria. These are refugees from neighboring Ukraine. I mean that quite frankly is part of it....

  • February 28, 2022

    The great Biden robbery

    The richest country in the world is stealing from the poorest country in the world and giving the money to its own people. These were the words of...

  • February 05, 2022

    Afghanistan: still bleeding

    The situation in Afghanistan and the world’s response to it is often being described as a stalemate by analysts. If it holds, we may be looking at...

  • August 18, 2021

    American complicity

    US President Biden’s speech on August 16 was a contortionist, factually-inaccurate, face-saving exercise in the wake of the worst political,...

  • June 26, 2021

    I, Not Robot

    I would like to think that I am a liberal individual, who does practical work in advancing women’s rights, and actively promotes women’s...

  • June 07, 2020

    Not just an American hashtag

    There seems to be a common misperception in Pakistan that the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter is a purely black vs white issue or a police brutality...

  • May 18, 2020

    Herding without shepherds

    The state is not the only party to the idea of the social contract. The citizen lies at the other end of that sacred agreement.We have rights, but...