The United States and Pakistani Relations During the “East Pakistan Secession Crisis”

By Mustafa Rasheed As ethnic and religious tensions are making headlines in the South Asia region, I have decided to post my final term paper for Professor Paul Kershaw’s American Foreign Relations Since 1933 course at Wayne State University. The paper required students to develop a historiographical question and produce an argument to answer that… Read More The United States and Pakistani Relations During the “East Pakistan Secession Crisis”

Trump-Putin Meeting: A Lesson for The New White House

Amid harsh criticism and suspicion back home, President Donald Trump met with Russian homolog Vladimir Putin Friday July 7th, as a part of his G20 summit program. The two global leaders had a formal sit down, which went longer than many expected, where several issues were discussed behind closed doors. The meeting, although at first… Read More Trump-Putin Meeting: A Lesson for The New White House