Afghanistan

PAK-AFGHAN MILITARY COOPERATION IS VITAL FOR PEACE

  0 comments   |     by NDU SEMINAR on 19, December 2014

ISLAMABAD: Balanced policies of new Afghan political dispensation and Pakistan’s decisive military engagement against terrorist outfits should prove to be the cornerstone of emerging prospects for regional stability.

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Black Tuesday

  0 comments   |     by Dawn on 18, December 2014

S. Tariq   December 18, 2014/ 2 Comments The sixteenth of December this year, added another shocking and tragic chapter to our national history. Memories of East Pakistan torn from us through an international conspiracy and the power-lust of ambitious politicians, were still vivid in the minds of my generation, when a terror attack was launched on a school in Peshawar,

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You are either with us or with the terrorists

  0 comments   |     by Fahd Husain on 18, December 2014

There is no language on this planet — and perhaps beyond — that can put into words the

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India warned against misjudging defence capabiliy

  0 comments   |     by Dawn on 14, December 2014

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Saturday warned India against misjudging Pakistan’s defence capabilities.

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PAKISTAN ARMY CHIEF VISITS USA

  0 comments   |     by Moeed Yusuf on 02, December 2014

THE Pakistan Army chief recently concluded his first official visit to the US. It was déjà vu as far as the trajectory of US relations with Pakistan’s recent army chiefs go. There was a time when Musharraf was considered a darling in Washington: the liberal general who got the importance of supporting the US. Subsequently, he was seen as the master of the ‘double game&

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THE MAKING OF HISTORY

  0 comments   |     by IKram Sehgal on 19, November 2014

History was in the making on the afternoon of Friday Nov 14 2014. Throwing aside diplomatic norms, Ashraf Ghani on his first State visit to Pakistan after being swo

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WHY KABUL KICKED THE INDIAN BUTT

  0 comments   |     by Ambassador M.K. Bhadrakumar on 01, November 2014

Most important, the bitter truth is that India overlooked the irrationality of its willingness to get locked in a great game in Afghanistan. Pakistan’s role is central and irreplaceable in an Afghan settlement. Hopefully, Delhi will now at least be on a learning curve in the period ahead and concede that Pakistan has legitimate interests in Afghanistan It is extremely

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ISI and Afghanistan

  0 comments   |     by Major Robert Gallimore on 10, July 2014

A graduate from London School of Economics where he did his BA and focused on Indian Rebellion of 1857. He has masters in International Relations from Kings College.  He served the British Army (Welsh Guards) with distinction and is veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq. He is an expert on Afghanistan where he served as Officer leading Afghan National Army soldiers against the Taliban in

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TO GO OR NOT TO GO?

  0 comments   |     by IKRAM SEHGAL on 23, May 2014

There is a lot of speculation about the PM’s possible visit to New Delhi on Monday May 26 to attend Narendra Singh Modi’s inauguration as Prime Minister of India. Any exchange between Pakistan and India assumes symbolic proportions, arousing considerable comment and analysis thereof.   Even though the invitation went to all SAARC member countries, Modi’s outreach ini

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Why Pakistan Should Not Worry About Modi

  0 comments   |     by Ahmed Quraishi on 23, May 2014

No one knows India better than Pakistan. We are the only neighbor of India that bears the brunt of Indian bellicosity. The bulk of Indian guns and war formations point at us, and India spares no opportunity to undercut Pakistani interests in the region and beyond. The Americans and Europeans have experienced some Indian antics and diplomatic tantrums in recent months, mostly in trade neg

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