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Malala and Beyond

The striking photograph of a single man facing a tank with upraised arms in Beijing’s Tian An Men Square galvanized China and the world...

All eyes on Gwadar

Spearhead Analysis – 09.06.2015 By Moiz Agha Research Analyst, Spearhead Research The China Pakistan Economic Corridor was first envisaged by the Chinese who formally proposed the project when the...

Grasping at Straws

Spearhead Analysis – 01.11.2017 Something that has been evident for many years is the durability and progressive deepening and broadening of the US-India relationship. As of...

Beefing up Reserves

Spearhead Analysis – 27.09.2016 By Farrukh Karamat Senior Research Coordinator, Spearhead Research The Express Tribune in a recent write-up disclosed the Government’s resolve to raise $750 Million to over $1...
Imran Khan Azaadi March

Economic Impact of the Political Situation

Spearhead Analysis – 09.09.2014 An objective look at the unfortunate ongoing political impasse from the economic point of view raises serious concerns. Several uncertainties have...
Bajwa-Kabul Conference

Afghanistan: The Challenges and the Opportunities

Spearhead Analysis – 17.09.2018 The protracted conflict in Afghanistan is in its seventeenth year or as a wit said— ‘there has been a new war in...
Pakistan Water Crisis

PAKISTAN’S WATER CRISIS 2.0

In recent years, the realization that water, food and energy systems are becoming increasingly interdependent has pushed analysts to take a more holistic view...
Afghan Crossroads

Will Afghanistan Implode?

Spearhead Analysis – 09.07.2014 In 2001 when the US backed NATO forces invaded Afghanistan the US chose to support the former Northern Alliance remnants to...

Screens of Knowledge

Cinemas or movie theaters that are traditionally associated with pure entertainment and leisure, can play a huge role in reforming a society and imparting knowledge to the masses. A strong initiative is needed on a countrywide scale to realize the positive impact of cinemas as a tool for education and social reform

Waiting for a feminist spring in Tunisia

Spearhead Analysis – 17.11.2014 By Halima Islam Research Analyst, Spearhead Research “Ash-shab yurid isqat an-nizam!” “The people want to bring down the regime!” The chant picked up momentum as it meandered...