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The Anti-Social Media?

By Farrukh Khan Pitafi Since its inception, the key promise of social media was to build a safe and healthy online ecosystem where distances shrank, barriers...

Sparta in the Gulf: The Growing Regional Clout of the United...

By Yoel Guzansky In recent years, the United Arab Emirates has positioned itself as a key player in the processes shaping the region. After...

Obama’s passing shot at Netanyahu is a futile gesture

By Simon Tisdall The US president’s collusion in the UN resolution on Israeli settlements is too little too late to drive peace. In a way, Binyamin...

Past, Present and Future

Spearhead Analysis – 02.07.2014 The ancient Greeks believed that you walk into the future with your eyes fixed on the past. They obviously meant that...

DEMYSTIFYING POLICIES

Spearhead Analysis – 18.03.2014 Pakistan’s perceptions of US policy under President Obama are inevitably conditioned by being at the wrong end of many events. There...

Putin’s intervention

Spearhead Analysis – 20.09.2013 By Zoon Ahmad Khan Research Analysts, Spearhead Research – Pakistan On 9/11’s twelfth anniversary the New York Times, a leading news source for America and...

Time to throw Tahrir out

Spearhead Analysis – 29.07.2013 By Zoon Ahmad Khan Research Analysts, Spearhead Research – Pakistan The Arab Springs, defeat of the oppressive dictator, Revolution, and people attaining their right to...

EGYPT’S PANGS FOR DEMOCRACY

By Air Commodore (R) Khalid Iqbal Egypt’s newly designated Prime Minister Hazem al Beblawi has formed a mini cabinet. The Brotherhood has refused to join...

Pakistan’s 2013 General Election: New Trends

Spearhead Analysis – 22.05.2013 Pakistan’s historic 2013 General Election marked a first transition between elected governments. This election was also marked by a massive 60%...

The Way Out of Afghanistan

Spearhead Analysis – 13.02.2013 The end game in Afghanistan is now the exit strategy. The violence weary people of Afghanistan want the foreign armies to...