Aneela Shahzad

Yemen – Chaos to Annihilation

Yemen – Chaos to Annihilation

On December 30, Houthi militants launched a missile attack on Aden Airport, just when members of the country’s new cabinet that had sworn-in in Saudi Arabia, landed. The first thing to ponder upon is, how is a government of one country created in another country and then imported from there via shuttle. However, the US, […]

 Peerzada Umer

Undoing of Ba’athism: The Syrian Conundrum

Undoing of Ba’athism: The Syrian Conundrum

The Syrian uprising to dethrone the autocratic ruler tested the mettle of both Assad and the rebels, but evidently, worst sufferers were neither but the innocent unarmed civilians. The Syrian crisis can’t be attributed to a binary of sectarianism but religious demography conjugated with lack of freedom and economic woes which drove resentment of the […]