Category: Book Reviews

Losing Afghanistan: An Obituary for the Intervention

By Melissa Kerr Chiovenda As the United States renews its commitment to Afghanistan this year, it is important to define failure and victory in a country afflicted by...

From Chanakya to Modi: The Evolution of India’s Foreign Policy

By Wajahat Qazi Diasporic academics and researchers, ensconced in think tanks and prominent research institutions of the West have a curious proclivity: they tend to...

‘China-Pak axis: Asia’s new geopolitics’

By M Nawaz Khan: In his book “The China-Pakistan Axis: Asia’s new geopolitics” Andrew Small focuses on the bilateral relations between China and Pakistan by...

The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan

Carlotta Gall, The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan: 2001-2014. Haryana: Penguin Books Ltd, 2014, pages 329.  United States fought its ever-longest war in history in...

The Darkest Part Of The Forest by Holly Black

By  Hina Rafique The latest buzz The Darkest Part Of the Forest, recently published, is a Pastoral Fantasy in the row of Child Fantasy Literature, by the American...

Xi Jinping, The Governance of China

Xi Jinping, The Governance of China. Beijing: Foreign Languages Press, 2014. Pages 515. China is changing and emerging as a super power and world’s largest economy by...

China Goes Global Development: The Partial Power

David Shambough, China Goes Global Development: The Partial Power (London: Oxford University Press 2013), pp. 409. The rise of China matters. China has been aspiring to...

A glance at Karachi saga “Karachi You Are Killing Me” by Saba Imtiaz   

By   Hina Rafique The depiction of socio-political life and culture in Karachi     The proposed study underhand focuses upon the social, cultural, economical and...