Afghanistan

Afghanistan: The War after the War

  0 comments   |     by Anatol Lieven on 02, December 2013

  Ultimately it will be the Afghans who will determine their future. If the Russians, Indians or Iranians tried to interfere they will only prolong

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Obama should take the road not taken in Afghanistan

  0 comments   |     by M K Bhadrakumar on 08, March 2013

The Union of Ten Nations of ECO is the future of the 'Heartland' that would determine who has commanding influence over the world .Now that the withdrawal of US and NATO troops from Afghanistan is drawing near with no deal made with the Taliban, there is nervousness in Delhi and Washington DC This article by a former Indian diplomat outlines the options for various

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Our Terrorists

  0 comments   |     by Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed on 08, March 2013

Islamic fundamentalist militants are the enemies of Israel and Western governments, right? Think again. Once upon a

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Editorial LISA Journal Issue-24

  0 comments   |     by Lisa on 30, October 2012

Currently there are important geostrategic changes taking place in South Asia. After decades of mistrust and hostility, Russia and Pakistan are now seeing the enormous strategic benefits of a bilateral relationship. In this fast-changing and evolving international scenario, Russian interests in Pakistan are beginning to unfold. Though President Putin could not visit Pakistan in early Octob

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DRUG-FINANCED SALAFI JIHADISM: The Afghan Drug Trade, A Threat to Russia and U.S.-Russian Relations

  0 comments   |     by Prof. Peter Dale Scott on 29, May 2012

A Presentation to Anti-NATO Conference, Moscow, May 15, 2012 Prof. Peter Dale Scott   I wish to thank the organizers of this conference for the chance to speak about the acute problem of the Afghan drug traffic, a current threat to both Russia and U.S.-Rus

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Dalit Rights Activists Enraged at Indian delegations At The United Nations

  0 comments   |     by Dalit Arthik Adhikar Andolan on 29, May 2012

Press Release (NCDHR): (Geneva, May 24, 2012) Dalit rights

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India's Strategic Footprint in Central Asia: Part I

  0 comments   |     by Saurav Jha on 11, April 2012

India’s engagement with Central Asia on strategic military concerns is gathering pace, with visits by high-ranking Indian defence officials and security cooperation deals underscoring the immense value New Delhi attaches to its growing military relationship with the region. The strengthened Indian presence in the area is driven by New Delhi’s desire not only to protect its emerging

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The Next War on Washington’s Agenda

  0 comments   |     by Paul Craig Roberts on 11, April 2012

Only the blind do not see that the US government is preparing to attack Iran. Washington has deployed missiles directed at Iran in its oil emirate puppet states, Oman and the UAE, and little doubt in the other US puppet states in the Middle East. Washington has beefed up Saudi Arabia’s jet fighter force. Most recently, Washington has deployed 9,000 US troops to Israel to participate in &l

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The Afghan Dust is Settling

  0 comments   |     by Eric Walberg on 23, February 2012

Yes, it really is another Vietnam, and just as in 1972, presidential elections in 2012 will make no difference, Scarcely a word is heard about foreign affairs amid US election talk, despite the many fires around the world that the US military is either stoking or trying to douse -- depending on your point of view. Other than Republican contender Ron Paul -- not a probable candidate for t

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Antagonizing Pakistan And Russia, US-NATO Supply Routes into Afghanistan in Jeopardy?

  0 comments   |     by Usman on 31, January 2012

Transitory friendships: US vulnerable over Afghan supply -“There are processes which are critically important for Russia – which are about Russia’s national security. One of them is NATO expansion to Russian borders and the fact that Was

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