Sheikh Shabir Kulgami

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

Yemen Crisis: A Vortex of Death and Destruction

The political crisis ignited by the conflict which began in 2014 in Yemen, the poorest country in the Middle East, has dealt a big...

Kashmir Conflict: Drowning the Voice of the Voiceless

Relations between India and Pakistan continue to be soured and strained due to unresolved conflict in Kashmir. In the recent past, the relations have...

The Death of George Floyd: Unpacking American Racism

The United States’ claim of being the champion of human rights has been shattered by the ongoing violence in the country. The violence attests...

Can North Korea’s Economy Survive the Covid-19 Shock?

The COVID-19 pandemic is not only consuming human life - as of now it has killed more than ninety-five thousand people around the world...

COVID-19 Pandemic: An Opportunity to Ease US-China Tensions?

Before the novel coronavirus startled the world, the relations between China and the United States had considerably strained, leading experts to term the emerging...

Afghan Peace Deal: Where Does the Road Go?

The pandemic caused by the new coronavirus has overshadowed the historical accord signed on February 29 between the Afghan Taliban and the United States....

Afghanistan Peace Deal: A Steep Climb

Peace in Afghanistan is paramount to put the country on road to political stability. Only political stability can allow the atmosphere of freedom reign...

Trump’s Middle East Peace Plan: Not a Labor of Love

The US President Donald Trump has recently come up with the much-anticipated ‘peace plan’ to resolve Palestine-Israel issue, the conflict of the century. The...

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