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Limits of American power The Trump administration has got into the dangerous habit

  0 comments   |     by Javid Husain on 24, February 2018

The Trump administration has got into the dangerous habit of issuing unilateral demands and ultimatums to governments around the world that do not see eye to eye with it on different issues. Unilateral demands on Pakistan relating to the Afghanistan situation are an example of this tendency. During the Cold War, the US, because of the global competition waged by the Soviet Union and its need fo

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China Builds Military Base in Afghanistan By Peter Korzun

  0 comments   |     by By Peter Korzun on 23, February 2018

The Afghan province of Badakhshan borders China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. It used to be part of an artery between the East and West known as the ancient Silk Road. Today, that road is 

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Trying times - PAKISTAN is living through trying times

  0 comments   |     by Munir Akram on 20, February 2018

PAKISTAN is living through trying times. It confronts simultaneous threats from India and the US. The Trump administration has decided to coerce Pakistan’s compliance with its demands to ‘eliminate’ the alleged Afghan Taliban safe havens in Pakistan. Puffed up by the US endorsement of its regional ambitions, revelling in the Pakistan-US tensions, and unable to suppress the lat

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Bombing to Victory? US dropped a combined total of 7 million tons of bombs on Vietnam

  0 comments   |     by Brian Cloughley on 19, February 2018

The United States dropped a combined total of 7 million tons of bombs on Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia . . . It didn’t work. America bombed Vietnam for six years longer than it bombed Japan — and it still lost. — The Atlantic,

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Intensified Bombing for Victory in Afghanistan by Brian Cloughley

  4 comments   |     by Brian Cloughley on 17, February 2018

The TV series, The Vietnam War, is absolutely riveting. The ten discs in the DVD set provide over 17 hours of viewing, and there is hardly a moment wasted. It is evenhanded to the most admir

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U.S – War Dog Wants To Bite, But What And How? by Andre Vltchek

  1 comments   |     by Andre Vltchek on 12, February 2018

It could be truly comical, if it were not to be so dangerous for millions of people living all over the world. The Empire, once mighty, ruthless and frightening is now jumping around like a dog infected with rabies; it is salivating, barking loudly, its tale is stiff between its legs. It snaps left and right, and periodically i

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Protecting the Belt and Road Initiative From US-Led Terrorism

  0 comments   |     by F. Pieraccini on 04, February 2018

  Protecting the Belt and Road Initiative From US-Led Terrorism: Will China Send Troops to Syria? Federico PIERACCINI An interesting theme concerning Syria is the involvement of the People's Republic of China in the conflict. While China’s diplomatic and economic

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Enough of Western Imperialist Barbarism for Afghanistan by Andre Vltchek

  0 comments   |     by Andre Vltchek on 30, January 2018

Interview with ANDRE VLTCHEK by ALESSANDRO BIANCCHI, Chief Editor of Anti-Diplomatico 1) AB: The geographic location of Afghanistan has always occupied a central role. The April peace talks between Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Russia and China seemed to have put an end to the persistent and dominant American presence in the country. What’s your opini

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SITUATIONER: IS security strategy working?

  0 comments   |     by Latifi on 28, January 2018

SITUATIONER: IS security strategy working? Ali M. Latifi IN the last seven days, Afghanistan has suffered from three major attacks in the cities of Kabul and Jalalabad that resulted in the deaths of at least 123 pe

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Pakistan doesn’t consider Trump tweets official US policy: Abbasi

  0 comments   |     by The Nation on 27, January 2018

Pakistan doesn’t consider Trump tweets official US policy: Abbasi Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says US President Donald Trump’s tweet rebuking Pakistan over alleged terror safe havens doesn't constitute the official policy of the United States.

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