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Khalid Chandio

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Khalid Chandio is Research Fellow at Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI), Pakistan. His areas of research include (i) US foreign and defence policy and (ii) internal dynamics of the US/domestic politics (Lobbies in the US). Khalid regularly contributes articles on current strategic issues in English dailies of Pakistan. He achieved award/certificate of “NESA ALUMNUS” by Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, National Defense University (NDU), Washington, D.C., US.

Civil Rights under President Trump

The issues of “civil rights” and “racism” have always dominated the political landscape of the United States of America (USA) since its creation. Soon after the making of the US constitution in 1789, the first ten amendments, also known as “bill of rights”, were...

The US Government Shutdown

The ultimate deal maker President Trump celebrated his first year in Oval office with the shutdown, making him probably the only president in US history to do so. The rift in the US Senate over spending bill resulted in a government shutdown on January...

Lowdown on Trump’s Asia Visit

The US President Donald Trump kicked off his 12 days long visit to five Asian countries namely Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam, and the Philippines in early November 2017. This is the longest visit by a US President since 1991. The strategic community in...

Trump’s ‘America First’ Policy

Since President Trump assumes the office, “America First” slogan, has been on road to becoming the basis of his foreign policy too. Already, ultra-nationalism dominates Trump’s personality when it comes to looking at the world affairs. There is a lot of hue and cry...

NATO’s Relevance and Europe’s Search for an Alternative

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) came into being to guarantee security to the war-torn Europe after the most devastating war in human history called “World War II.” It was precisely meant for containing “Communist” threat from the former Soviet Union. The “Warsaw Pact”...

US-China Rupture and North Korea

There is a shift in international security order from Euro-Atlantic to Asia, and more precisely Asia-Pacific. The US is still the sole super power, though struggling, its power has been challenged, if not ended, in the Asian affairs. China’s rise and the resurgence of...

Xi Jinping’s U.S. Trip

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to the U.S., having summit with newly elected President Trump, symbolizes an era of "strategic patience" as both sides clearly understand the costs and benefits of confrontation and cooperation. President Xi Jinping’s “economic connectivity”, through his belt and...

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