WHY DO EGOMANIAC LEADERS WAGE WAR ON HUMANITY?

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. Leaders who could not Think as Normal Human Beings Leaders who view humanity less than in equal human status are extremely naive about their own nature of... Read more »

AUSTRALIA LEANS TOWARDS TWO-STATE SOLUTION ON ISRAEL-PALESTINE CONFLICT

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia The recent statement by Penny Wong, the Australian Foreign Minister, at the National Security Conference organized by the Australian National University, may surprise many both... Read more »

ECHOES OF SORROW: Commemorating Pakistan’s Black Days, Why only May 9

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia; 9 May 2024 Organized chronologically, not only May 9, but the Black Days of Pakistan’s history also unfold a narrative of political upheaval, democratic struggles,... Read more »

FROM GENESIS TO DISARRAY: Tracing the Fractured Dream of Jinnah’s Pakistan

Navigating Challenges to return Pakistan aligning to the vision of its founders By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia; 2 May 2024 [In contemporary Pakistan, key institutions such as the military, judiciary,... Read more »

Pakistan: Indicted Criminals Disguised as Leaders

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. The Nation Besieged by Few Generals and Political Monsters Pakistan for over 76 years lost its essence of national freedom which was achieved by a people-oriented movement... Read more »

STRUGGLES AND RESILIENCE: A JOURNEY TOWARDS DEMOCRACY IN MYANMAR

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia, 19 April 2024 In 1948, Burma, predominantly inhabited by the Burman ethnic groups, gained independence from British colonial rule. However, the journey toward democracy in... Read more »

FROM PROSPERITY TO PERIL: The Decline of Karachi and the Struggle for Redemption

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia Karachi, once a thriving city known for its vibrant business community and harmonious atmosphere, has unfortunately fallen into the grip of criminal elements. Prior to... Read more »

UNRAVELLING THE MOSCOW TERRORIST ATTACK: Perpetrators and Potential Motives

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia Moscow’s famous Crocus City Hall is a renowned concert venue located about twenty kilometres from the central Kremlin in Moscow. On March 22, Crocus Hall... Read more »

PAKISTAN’S GOVERNMENT “A PUPPET SHOW”: Analysing Pakistan’s State Dynamics

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia When I was very young, there used to be puppet shows in the neighbourhood at night. A wall was built with a sheet and a... Read more »

ANTI-MUSLIM CARD IN ELECTION CAMPAIGNS IN CHAMPION COUNTRIES IN DEMOCRACY

Case Studies on election campaigns in India, France, and the USA by Syed Atiq ul Hassan [India’s BJP leading its election campaign by using anti-Muslim card through changes in Citizenship Amendment Act... Read more »

15TH MARCH RECOGNIZED AS INTERNATIONAL DAY TO COMBAT ISLAMOPHOBIA

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney, Australia, 15 March 2024 The United Nations defines Islamophobia as the irrational fear, prejudice, and hatred directed towards Muslims, which often results in harassment, abuse, and... Read more »

FROM ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN TO MILITARY REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia [A succinct overview of Pakistan’s transition from an Islamic Republic of Pakistan to what I term the “Military Republic of Pakistan,” highlighting key historical events... Read more »

PAKISTAN: Paradox of Corruption and Criminal Leadership

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. The Nation Degraded by Complicit Generals and Political Criminals: The defiant Generals and indicted political criminals claiming to be the winners of current national elections and custodian of... Read more »

PAKISTAN: The Elite Who Betrayed the Nation

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD Corrupt Elite is always Self-Deceptive and Fearful Every dictator is a despot in heart and an enemy of himself and the nation. They contribute nothing to build... Read more »

UPHOLDING DEMOCRACY: Addressing Electoral Rigging and Ground Realities in Pakistan

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia The pillars of governance in Pakistan must acknowledge the nation’s factual mandate and confront ground realities to steer the country away from further turmoil and... Read more »

PAKISTAN: A Quagmire of Strange Democracy at Work

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. The Nation Lost Time and Opportunities for Political Change Pakistan represents traces of compelling authoritarian  tyranny, stupidity, political sinisterism of rooted insolence of lost wisdom and hopes... Read more »

CONCERNS RAISED BY AUSTRALIA REGARDING PAKISTAN’S ELECTIONS

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan Several prominent democratic nations, including Australia, have voiced their concerns regarding the recent elections in Pakistan, held on February 8. The Australian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued... Read more »

UNVEILING DECEPTION: Tactics Employed to Thwart Imran Khan and PTI in the Electoral Arena

Fraudulence and fudging in the Election Process to Block Imran Khan and his PTI “Concerns Mount as International Observers Question Legitimacy of Pakistani Election Results” By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia... Read more »

PAKISTAN: The Generals and Judges Who Betrayed the Nation

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. Would the Generals and Judges Learn from History? Pakistan exhibits a portrait of authoritarian anarchy, political mismanagement, injustice, and degradation in global affairs and an elusive imagination... Read more »

Leveraging the Ram Temple Inauguration: MODI’S ELECTION STRATEGY

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan. On Indian Republican Day by Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia Republic Day is a momentous occasion in India, commemorating the enforcement of the Constitution of India... Read more »

Empowering Australia’s First Nation

On Australia Day by Syed Atiq ul Hassan The first nation (indigenous – Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders) Australians view ‘Australia Day’ as a foundation day for the destruction of their culture and centuries-old... Read more »

DEFENDING DEMOCRACY: URGENT APPEAL FOR INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT AMIDST POLITICAL REPRESSION IN PAKISTAN

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia. I wish to draw the world’s attention to a distressing development in Pakistan that demands collective awareness and support for democratic principles in the nation.... Read more »

URGENT CALL TO ACTION: Defend Democratic Values in Pakistan

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia I would like to draw the attention of the world to a concerning development in Pakistan that demands our collective awareness and support for democratic... Read more »

UNDERMINING DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES: Unjust Judiciary Decision Eroding Voting Rights in Pakistan

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia In recent events surrounding the exclusion of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party from the upcoming election, a troubling narrative emerges that signals a dark turning... Read more »