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― Friedrich Nietzsche
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The Profile of Nagorno-Karabakh Between Armenia and Azerbaijan

The conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh has roots dating back well over a century into a competition between Christian Armenian and Muslim Turkic and Persian influences. The landlocked mountainous area of Nagorno-Karabakh is the subject of unresolved conflict between Azerbaijan and its ethnic Armenian majority, sponsored by neighboring Armenia.

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The Chronicles of the Armenian Genocide by the Ottomans

At the onset of World War I, two million Armenians were living in the collapsing Ottoman Empire. By 1922, there were less than 400,000 of them. The others, about 1.5 million, were killed, massacred, and deported from their place, and that is what historians deem genocide.

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Bayern Munich and Their Transfer Policy

Bayern Munich; fresh from winning their 2nd treble in 8 years and eight consecutive Bundesliga titles along with a total of 11 in the past 15 years under different managers such as Jupp Heynckes, Ancelotti, Kovac, Flick, etc. Hollywood FC hailing from Bavaria, has dominated their league since its inception and like to keep it that way as they lead the Bundesliga title charts.

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The Kurds and Their Legacy

The largest ethnic group in the world without a home or a country, fighting for their identity and autonomy until this day, these are considered the most ancient people in the history by the experts they are even older than Persians and Arabs.

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A Historic and Daunting Breakthrough Between Israel and Bahrain

Bahrain and Israel have agreed to develop full diplomatic relations, proclaimed US President Donald Trump on Friday, hailing the agreement as a “historic breakthrough.” In a joint statement, the United States, Bahrain, and Israel said the deal was reached after Trump has spoken with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa on Friday.

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Josep Bartomeu Vs Lionel Messi Saga

An 8-2 thumping by Bayern Munich might just have been the final nail in the coffin of Messi’s time in Barcelona. After the treble in 2015, not a single Champions League trophy has returned to Camp Nou, whereas their fierce rivals Real Madrid have won a treble of Champions Leagues. The poor transfer activity in the market with the replacements of Xavi, Iniesta, Neymar, etc. has not shone.

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China’s Horrendous Form of Colonization

On 30 June 2020, the Chinese Government introduced a national security law in Hong Kong that precludes “acts of rebellion, subversion of state power, terrorist activities and collaboration with international or external forces to threaten national security.”

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Night of Valour: Will of People That Saved Democracy For Turkey

A story of a night when a nation stood with dignity and grace against betrayers while paying a great price to preserve its sovereignty. Factions of Turkish military that were linked to Gulen Estero cult try a coup attempt led by a terrorist organization leader or a pious religious cleric, Fetullah Gulen.

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New Era of Middle East: UAE and Israel Historic Accord

US President Donald Trump announced that Israel and the United Arab Emirates had a three-way phone call and reached to a historic accord, that would establish “full normalization of relations”, and in exchange, Israel would forgo for now annexation of sovereign West Bank territory.

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A Massive $400 Billion Deal of China and Iran

Iran, a country that has been held under the shackles of sanctions and trade cuts, is a 5th largest natural gas producer. These leading oil reservoirs were 12.5% in October 2019 before sanctions now reclined at 7.5% due to choking USA sanctions.

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The Demise of Arsenal’s Ambitions

A historic club like arsenal that has seen years of success over the years is now on a constant downward spiral for almost a decade and a half, be that humiliating defeats at Manchester United or home and away thrashing by Bayern Munich.

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Uighur Crisis: An Ethnic Cleansing in Xinjiang

Fiction, the difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense, and sometimes reality doesn’t make any. The abomination, enormity, and monstrosity for ethnic cleansing are mundane and quotidian for the present world. There have been sabotages, massacre, genocides that are so egregious and the sadistic world still snivel over them but no one stops them.

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Is Kanye West Still A Thing For America

Election season is getting underway and the race to become the Democratic challenger to Donald Trump is hotting up. Joe Biden is leading the race to stop Trump from being re-elected, but who else has entered this race?

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Erdogan’s Move of Hagia Sophia

The construction of this iconic structure in Istanbul started in 532 AD during the reign of Justinian I, the ruler of the Byzantine Empire when the city was known as Constantinople.

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National Security Law- An End to Hong Kong Sovereignty?

China’s President Xi Jinping has signed into law controversial national security legislation for Hong Kong that Beijing says is necessary to deal with separatism and foreign interference but critics say will outlaw dissent and destroy the autonomy promised when the territory was returned to China in 1997.

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Article 370 and 35A?

The Himalayan region of Jammu and Kashmir has been hotly contested between India and Pakistan, ever since the two countries’ independence from British colonial rule. They have fought two wars over the territory and their relationship continues to be marred by their ongoing dispute. Indian government abolishes decades-old laws that gave a measure of autonomy to the disputed Muslim-majority region.

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Hurdles in Intra-Afghan Dialogue

As predicted earlier, intra- Afghan dialogue is unfolding asthe most complicated phase of peace process. Pre-condition of prisoners’ swap, due on 10th March, is still unfulfilled. Some positive acceleration on prisoners’ release is expected with recent arrival of 3 three member Taliban team in Kabul to proceed further with Afghan government.

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Red Mosque Siege: Operation Silence

Red Mosque (Lal Masjid) was built under the congregational movement of religious institutions led by Moulana Abdullah in 1966 in Islamabad, Pakistan along with two religious educational institutions moniker “Jamia Fareedia” for boys and “Jamia Hafsa” fir girls. The global Muslim community is trapped between the rhetoric of thoughtless radical clerics, the hate and infidelity f wrathful violence-prone followers, and opportunistic behavior of government lacking legitimacy and regulations.

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First Ever Cargo By Gwadar Port

It is a landmark and breakthrough for Gwadar for making first-ever shipment of 16,400 tons of DAP fertilizers for Afghanistan anchored at Gwadar Port on Friday. The ship brought fertilizers from Australia under the Pak-Afghan Transit Trade Agreement. This is the first time Gwadar port is being used for the Import of urea by the Afghan government.

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Second Phase of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)

The second phase of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is prime to start that added more sectors recently like agriculture and tourism. The vague accusations of succumb slow process of Multi-Billion dollar project Belt and Road initiative (BRI) have been denied by chairman CPEC authority, Asim Saleem Bajwa.

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Cashless Society

The world has globalized, modernized and most cardinal it has digitalized. It has introduced a new source of currency for transactions and payments known as “cryptocurrency” (Digital money. It is a digital currency that you can send through the internet and its value is not issued by the central banks or governments but is accepted by people as a mode of payment for goods and services

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Strategic Predicament for Pakistan

The proliferation of antagonism on the Eastern border of Pakistan was already an adversary and the Cold war forged the world into two blocs. With wax and wanes; USA aid started shortly after the creation of Pakistan and that inculcated an affinity for the USA. The impact of the Cold war on Pakistan still hurts the historical timeline and it also had egregious implications on Pakistan’s Foreign Policy and Diplomacy.

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Post-Corona World Order

The Corona Virus pandemic, named as COVID-19, is going to change Global Trends. It has shaken the basic foundations of a balance of power and existing world order. The repercussions are egregious, and the whole world is repressed even the most significant nations like the USA, UK, France, etc.

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COVID-19: A Failure To Curb the Domestic Violence

While the whole world is at an exacerbated and on a plight verge and trying to exempt this prevailing ail, conspicuously where the world is hitting 3 Million cases and appraising the statistics when the cases are continuously surging, the inhumane Domestic Violence cases are bulging in an upward direction.

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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Or An Eternal Debt?

During the past few months, Pakistan has been a major epicenter of loads of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and that pokes an egregious influx of ponders in my mind that why would Developed countries like the USA, United Kingdom, China, and Canada, etc invested so much in Pakistan in past few months

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