All posts tagged: Turkmenistan

Views on the News 19/11/2021

Headlines: • After Lira Tumble, Turkey Faces Threat of Inflation and Currency Crisis • US: Pakistan, Taliban Violators of Religious Freedom • Paulson Warns of ‘Dangerous’ World If China-U.S. Tensions Worsen After Lira Tumble, Turkey Faces Threat of Inflation and Currency Crisis As expected, the central bank cut rates by another 100bps, which sent the […]

Views on the News 3-4/09/2021

Headlines: * Exclusive: Before Afghan Collapse, Biden Pressed Ghani to Change Perception * Taliban Parade Captured US Military Equipment in Kandahar * Afghanistan: Dominic Raab Visits Pakistan in Push to Help Fleeing Afghans * US Finally Exits Afghanistan: Biden Again Defends US Defeat * Kashmir again under Brutal Lockdown * Repercussions of American Defeat: European […]

Pakistan and the Fallacy of Geo-Economics The Race for Central Asia

Since its founding, Pakistan has remained a state under threat. The eastern wing of the moth-eaten Pakistan that was compromised upon in 1947, had borders with a hostile neighbor, India, to the east. At the same time, its inception reopened old questions concerning ethnic fault lines in South Asia. Across the border to the east, […]

The Tyrants of Asia remain against Islam

Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, at a meeting with members of the public in Dushanbe on July 11, 2017, called on Tajik women to give up Islamic clothing, arguing that hijab is supposedly an alien culture for Tajik women. “A limited circle of women and girls see religiosity not in the soul, but in appearance, dressing […]