From The Editor’s Desk

It is my honor to present the first edition of Global Affairs’ Magazine of the year 2022, the January Edition for our respected readers all across the globe. Like always, my team and I have dedicated our minds and hearts for the uncompromised quality material for esteemed audience.
For the honor of our tested friend in times of need, this month’s title has been dedicated to the 50th National Day of UAE. Moreover, Embassy of Kazakhstan has also celebrated their 30th Anniversary of National Day. The most important event of last month of OIC Summit has been discussed, where the Taliban has pleaded to show mercy for the millions desperate Afghans, Saudi Arabia is seeking consensus for Afghanistan and US has been thankful for Pakistan for hosting OIC Summit.
Readers will also go through the latest developments happening in the Middle East, from Prince bin Salman’s GCC tour conclusions in Kuwait, the US shifting their role for combat mission to advisory role, the latest developments of nuclear deal of Iran and President Raisi’s insisting of Trump facing justice for Soleimani killings. When we discuss about Ukraine, the readers will understand all the latest developments happening in respect to the escalation of Russian invasion fears, from G7 warnings to Russia to Putin and Biden virtual Summit, and Biden’s promise of bolstering Ukrainian military should Russia invade it.

Readers will further understand the conflict of East versus West, the Russian and Chinese alliance against the West, and the case study of North Korean rule. It will also explain the changing dynamics of German politics, ongoing deals of US, Australia and Japan, and the internal political changing dynamics of United States.
With the world facing another wave of corona, readers will understand the latest developments of China’s new antibody drug, the WHO’s warning to rich nations for hoarding jabs, and the discriminations happening in the Canadian welfare system.
Additionally, there has been good news about dozens of investment deals signed by Pakistani companies since the launch of Expo Dubai, and the latest Chinese-Pakistani investment deals. When discussing the latest developments of Pakistan, the magazine will discuss the evaluation of many domains including the second strike capability of Pakistan, Imran Khan’s opinion about national security and much more.
Lastly, it has highlighted the latest developments happening in India, from their abrogation of Kashmir status to the latest developments of farmers’ protest and the criticism by American academic of Indian autocratic and colonial ruling style, and much more We hope our valuable readers enjoy this edition and remain more updated with all the latest developments happening in the world. Like always, I thank my readers for choosing Global Affairs, and always looking forward for their reviews.

Ch. Shahzad Akhtar
Chief Editor

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    Kazakhstan embassy celebrates 30th anniversary of National Day

    KAZAKHSTAN LOOKS FORWARD TO FURTHER STRENGTHENING RELATIONS WITH PAKISTAN: ENVOY

    Kazakhstan, an important Central Asian state is progressing by leaps and bounds and these achievements are the hard-earned fruits of the struggle the people of Kazakhstan carried out for the sake of independence and to have their own separate identity. These views were expressed by Ambassador of Kazakhstan Yerzhan Kistafin at a reception organized by […] More

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    Kazakhstan Marks 30 Years of Independence with Big Celebration in Capital, Festivities Around the World

    Thirty years is a major milestone for a young country like Kazakhstan that over these years has grown into the region’s largest economy with ambitious plans and further reforms planned for the future. To mark this achievement, the Kazakh capital hosted a reception attended by President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and senior officials.

    Addressing the gathering at the Astana Opera, President Tokayev emphasized the centuries-old history of Kazakh statehood. “The values of independence run through many centuries of national history. Our people have always cherished the idea of statehood, because a nation with an independent state is historically considered successful because it retains its choice of development,” he […] More

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    US thanks Pakistan for hosting ‘vital’ OIC summit on Afghanistan

    US State Secretary Antony Blinken on Wednesday thanked Pakistan for hosting the extraordinary session of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’s (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers to discuss the situation in neighbouring Afghanistan.

    “The OIC extraordinary session on Afghanistan is a prime example of our collective determination and action to help those most in need. We thank Pakistan for hosting this vital meeting and inviting the global community to continue cooperating to support the Afghan people,” Blinken said. The OIC session was held in Islamabad on Sunday. Envoys […] More

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    Saudi Arabia seeks consensus on Afghanistan at OIC summit in Pakistan

    Saudi Arabia seeks consensus on Afghanistan at OIC summit in Pakistan

    The Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Council of Foreign Ministers met Dec.19 in Pakistan. With a membership of 57 states across four continents, the OIC is the world’s second largest organization after the United Nations. The council is one of the forum’s key bodies. In addition to foreign ministers and other envoys from member states, the […] More

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    How VR is Redefining eLearning Experience

    Along with the advancement of technology, there has been a revolution in the educational industry as well. Whether it is print media or web, we have acknowledged richer and easily accessible information. Therefore, the idea of web-based learning systems has always made sense to us. As we are turning more and more digital with online […] More

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    PTCL Group Successfully Conducts 5G trial in a Limited Environment

    PTCL Group, one of the country’s largest telecom groups and the backbone of connectivity in Pakistan, has successfully tested 5G technology at a special ceremony held at PTCL Headquarters, which was graced by Syed Amin Ul Haque, Federal Minister for Information Technology & Telecommunication as the Chief Guest. The 5G trial was conducted in a limited environment on a non-commercial basis.

    The ceremony was attended by Shoaib Ahmad Siddiqui, Federal Secretary IT & Telecom and Chair- man Board of Directors, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), Major General (R) Amir Azeem Bajwa HI (M), Chairman, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), H.E. Nong Rong, Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan, H.E. Ha- mad Obaid Ibrahimi Alzabbi, UAE Ambassador to Pakistan, along […] More

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