Shaza Arif is a student of Defence and Diplomatic Studies at Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi. She has also participated in an international workshop entitled Commonwealth Futures : Re-imaging Peace at Durban University of Technology, South Africa in March 2020. Her areas of interest are Space, Artificial Intelligence and Strategy . She writes opinion articles on issues related to politics, modern warfare and strategy.
The enchanting realm of space exploration continues to unfold new wonders with every passing day, sparking a growing interest among individuals to embark on their own cosmic journeys. While exploring space with the aid of private companies that charge fortunes is a privilege usually
Airpower has steadily ascended in its significance in the annals of warfare. From its nascent stages in World War I, where it showcased its potential in counter-air measures, support for ground forces, and strategic bombing, to its maturation between the wars.
Sailing from Lerwick, United Kingdom to Bergen, Norway in June this year, Dr Wim Rutten was taken aback when nearby orcas (also called killer whales) started ramming his boat.
Beyond the shimmering night sky lies a vast realm that holds considerable opportunities for us. While space has frequently made headlines for its contributions to communication, navigation