The American Experiment And What It Means For The World

The American Experiment; What It Means For The World

How the US adjusts to the increasingly multi-polar world – and the forces of globalization – will have a major impact on world affairs. There is no doubt the global order that emerged in the aftermath of World War II is now in transition. Will the US lead the world into a new and secure interdependence, or succumb to revisionist tendencies is yet to be determined. The continuity in American leadership is unlikely to occur in absence of system level political, economic, and security reforms that are attuned to the present realities.

US, Islamic World Relations

Repercussions Of Growing Pakistan-Iran Ties

Context Pakistan-Iran relations have been complicated since Partition, and even more so since the 1979 Iranian Revolution. The two countries have worked together on trying...

Think Tank Outlook

The Emerging ‘Outside In’ Approach To Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Afghan Reconciliation, And Kashmir Issue

Context By Arif Ansar PoliTact has previously noted that since 9/11 the threat perception of the Middle Eastern nations have transferred from being fixated on Israel...

Countering Extremism and Homeland Security

Trump’s Approach To The War Against Extremism

  Context As Donald Trump settles down in his role as the new president, a considerable amount of discussion is focused on how he is likely...

Significant Congressional Hearings

Opportunities for US

President-elect Trump’s Major Domestic, Foreign Challenges

A comprehensive media discussion on Voice of America (Urdu Service) program Round Table, hosted by Qamar Abbas Jafri, on December 12, 2016. The focus was on...

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