Author Archives: Remshay Ahmed


Remshay Ahmed

Death of Fazlullah

An end to TTP? The death of Mullah Fazlullah, the leader of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, the mastermind behind assassination attempt on Malala, and massacres at APS Peshawar and Bacha Khan University; has been


Remshay Ahmed

The illusion of peace

At the epicentre of all such dialogue has remained Partition’s unfinished agenda The book, The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISIS, and the Illusion of Peace has garnered a lot of attention by both Pakistanis


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On mainstreaming FATA

Long time coming Pakistan’s National Assembly passed a historic bill on 24th May 2018 whereby the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), located in the north-western region, have been merged with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and


Remshay Ahmed

The Jerusalem Test

Muslim nations continue to fail It would suffice to say that when it comes to making ideological alliances, Muslim countries, bounded by same ethos, have failed to emerge as a unique theologically-motivated


Remshay Ahmed

Kim-Moon handshake

Of negotiated peace The world woke up to what seemed like a new, and more peaceful world on 27th April 2018 – the two Koreas had reached an agreement to negotiate peace


Remshay Ahmed

Serving diplomacy

Bringing North Korea to the table North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un recently went on an unofficial visit to Beijing. This first ‘unofficial trip’ for the Korean leader lasted from Sunday to Wednesday,


Remshay Ahmed

Baghdad Blues

A discourse on Intellectual Laziness In every discourse there are various narratives. Academicians try hard to explore a dominant narrative that can explain any phenomenon in international relations, foreign policy decisions and


Remshay Ahmed

Pakistan in 21st century

Democratic or mob ruled? This world has seen various movements, most of which didn’t diffuse and materialised into historical progressions of society. Whether or not the recent religious manifestations in Pakistan make


Remshay Ahmed

The Promised Land

Not quite? Pakistan was created on the basis of an ideology; that of Islam. But it wasn’t solely created for Muslims but for all non-Muslims alike to practice their religion openly. However,

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