Muhammad Shoaib*, Eurasia Review

Muhammad Shoaib*

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Past articles by Muhammad:

Geopolitics: Boon Or Bane For Pakistan? – OpEd

The subject of geopolitics can be found extensively in ancient strategy works like as Aristotle and Montesquieu – where western philosophers dispute the political implications of geography &#… → Read More

Peace Through Socio-Economic Development – OpEd

The ethnic, linguistic, and cultural diversity of Pakistan is as varied as the country’s geography and agro-climatic zones. The geographical and agro-climate zone advantage have thrived all the pro… → Read More

Celebrating Freedom Journalism: Human Rights And Religious Freedom Journalism Awards – OpEd

The Human Rights and Religious Freedom Journalism Awards (HRRFJA) were presented by the Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC), a Washington, D.C. -based organisation dedicated to maintaining India&… → Read More

Indo-US Rapprochement With Afghanistan’s Islamic Emirate – OpEd

In April, India and the United States released a joint statement in which they urged the Taliban to uphold human and women’s rights. In addition to this, they urged the Taliban to prevent Afg… → Read More

An Appraisal Of India’s Agnipath Scheme – OpEd

India announced the adoption of a revamped form of conscription called as the “Agnipath Scheme” or “Agniveers,” in which 46000 young people aged 17 and a half years to 21 ye… → Read More

Pakistan-Afghanistan Trade Ties – OpEd

Afghanistan and Pakistan has bilateral trade agreement known as Afghanistan – Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement (APPTA). The bilateral agreement was signed in 2010 aimed at to facilitate the movemen… → Read More

Pakistan’s Diplomatic Endeavors Towards Afghanistan – OpEd

During a televised address in 1947, Pakistani founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah outlined the country’s foreign policy objectives. Friendship with all nations throughout the globe is the cornerstone of ou… → Read More

Atoms For Peace? – OpEd

Technology has always had an impact on international politics and regional geopolitics. South Asian politics and strategy have been forever altered by India’s deployment of nuclear weapons, l… → Read More

Age Of Social Media – OpEd

Social media are technologies that allow users to share a wide variety of information, including videos, images, and text. It facilitates the sharing of ideas and moments amongst friends, family, a… → Read More

Rights Beyond Race, Religion And Social Status – OpEd

It does not matter what your religion, language, nation or other status is; you have the same fundamental rights as everyone else. Customs, national constitutions, and international treaties all pr… → Read More

Nuclearization Of South Asia And Emerging Threats – OpEd

If a country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity are endangered, nuclear weapons may be necessary. It is difficult to tell if nuclear deterrence works or not with today’s technology… → Read More

Expanding Indo-US Strategic And Commercial Dialogue – OpEd

The fourth India and the United States had 2+2 dialogue took place from 10 – 15 April 2022. This was the first meeting since the Biden administration took over and held under the shadow of Ukraine crisis where India is disinterested in condemning Russia invasion of Ukraine directly. This article looks into what is India → Read More

Live And Let Live – OpEd

It is a means to demonstrate "live and let live." In an uncertain world, peaceful coexistence with people of various faiths is the greatest strategy for maintaining peace and prosperity. More interfaith cooperation and religious diversity might benefit Pakistan's development and prosperity. As a consequence, it is imperative that Hindus, Christians, and Muslims alike learn → Read More

Women Empowerment And Socio-Economic Development – OpEd

The development of a country’s economy and society relies heavily on the protection of women’s rights. The status of women in Pakistani society has improved significantly over the previ… → Read More

Judiciary And Democracy In Pakistan – OpEd

A quote from the preamble of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s 1973 Constitution says that the court would be free. Use the Basic Principles on Judicial Independence to get a better idea of … → Read More

Peace Through Communication – OpEd

More than ever, the people of Kashmir are furious with India for removing the state’s semi-autonomous status. After New Delhi reorganised India’s sole Muslim-majority state, crackdowns … → Read More

Prospects Of Sustainable Tourism In Pakistan – OpEd

In many ways, South Asian tourism is linked to Pakistani tourism. As a wide continent, South Asia has an array of landscapes, including mountainous and low-lying landmasses, as well as coastal and … → Read More

Why Pakistan And India Should Revive SAARC? – OpEd

Regionalism gained importance and dominance in the international politics; that is aimed at solving the regional problems through economic and security cooperation. The regional and subregional coo… → Read More

When Will It Be Possible For India And Pakistan To Work Together Again? – OpEd

India and Pakistan benefit from trade, says Abdul Razak Dawood, Pakistan’s Prime Minister’s Adviser on Commerce and Textiles, Industry, Production and Investment. During a media intervi… → Read More

Pakistan’s Ties With Russia – OpEd

The Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Moscow comes as tensions rise in a region on the brink of a full-scale conflict with global ramifications. Tensions have risen since Russian… → Read More