Afghanistan

Pakistan’s stand corroborated

  0 comments   |     by Malik Muhammad Ashraf on 04, November 2015

The Afghan rulers need to understand that Pakistan had probably the biggest stake in peace and stability in Afghanistan and would be the last country to even entertain the thought of destabilizing it. The US finally seems to have accepted the Pakistani claims that the operation Zarb-e-Azb was an indiscriminate effort against the terrorist outfits. The US top commander in A

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Refugees Don’t Cause Fascism Timmermann – You Do

  0 comments   |     by Dan Glazebrook on 04, November 2015

Europe needs to fascisise its policies, because if it doesn’t - fascism will grow. This was the message from Frans Timmerman, Vice-President of the European Commission following last week’s fraught negotiations over the so-called refugee crisis. "We have to patrol our borders better”, he

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EDITORIAL

  0 comments   |     by Saeed Ismat on 03, November 2015

Corruption is a Human Rights Issue International law does not currently regard an act of official corruption as the violation of a human right. But as recent steps by Chinese leaders, political/security shifts in Pakistan, the EuroMaidan in Ukraine, and the Arab Spring all reflect, an international consensus is emerging that corruption is a pervasive and pernicious social problem, stru

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AFTER MURREE

  0 comments   |     by Moeed Yusuf on 21, July 2015

AFGHAN President Ashraf Ghani’s efforts to woo the Taliban to the negotiating table have received a fresh lease of life — courtesy Pakistan. Prior to the much-publicised Murree meeting between representatives of the Ghani government and the Afghan Taliban a fortnight ago, many observers were busy writing obituaries of Ghani’s conciliatory policy towards Pakistan. Indeed

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India’s Chabahar gambit

  0 comments   |     by Asif Ezdi on 11, May 2015

Last Wednesday, India and Iran signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop the Chabahar port on the Gulf of Oman, not far from Gwadar, which Pakistan is developing as a deep-water port with China’s cooperation.

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THE CHANGED AFGHAN POLICY

  0 comments   |     by The News on 06, May 2015

Rahimullah Yusufzai Wednesday, May 06, 2015   It is rare for Pakistan to publicly denounce the Afghan Taliban movement, but Islamabad did just that on April 30 when it condemned the Taliban

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INDIAN INTELLIGENCE (RAW) SUPPORTING TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN

  0 comments   |     by Dawn News on 06, May 2015

ISLAMABAD: Military’s top brass accused the Indian intelligence agency RAW on Tuesday of supporting terrorism in Pakistan.

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Pakistanis happier than Indians, says UN report

  0 comments   |     by Dawn on 25, April 2015

NEW DELHI: Do Pakistanis envy India’s apparent economic progress or curse their own run-in with terrorism and economic difficulties? Whatever the truth they are the happier people compared with the In

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AFTER IRAN, PAKISTAN?

  0 comments   |     by Ambassador Munir Akram on 13, April 2015

ALTHOUGH most Iranians are celebrating their nuclear deal with the P5+1, the framework ‘understa

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Pak-Afghan security forces to carry out coordinated operations: Sartaj Aziz

  0 comments   |     by Dawn on 20, December 2014

ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Saturday said security forces in Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to carry out coor

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