Sheikh Shabir Kulgami

Sheikh Shabir Kulgami is a Kashmiri (Indian) political commentator, analyst and columnist. He writes extensively on South Asia.

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No end in sight to the ongoing deadly conflict involving Russia— armed with nuclear weapons and the West backed Ukraine. This is month number...

Ramifications of Taliban’s Ban on Girls’ Education

The Afghan Taliban has disallowed female students from attending classes at public and private universities, arguing they were not following the proper dress code....

Afghanistan and the Road Ahead

Despite all odds and uncertainties facing Afghanistan, the caretaker government needs to win international support and confidence to open the door for the opportunities in all walks of life.

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Why Peace Remains Elusive

Israel-Palestine conflict is back in news with renewed violence and bloodshed. For the Palestinians, the unresolved conflict continues to deprive them of their cherished...

What Makes Afghanistan Peace Process a Tricky Affair?

The United States is seeking a dignified end to its war in Afghanistan. The Biden administration has taken a diplomatic route to ensure that...

Afghanistan Endgame: Bumpy Road Ahead

The peace deal signed between the Taliban and the United States in Qatari capital Doha on Feb. 29 last year, was expected to usher...

The Future of US-China Relations Under Biden Administration

Joe Biden has taken over the the US Presidency at a time when the country is going through a difficult phase — a deeply...

What Does a Biden Presidency Mean for Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?

With the change of power just a few days away in Washington and the president-elect Joe Biden all set to take over from the...

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