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India is a ‘republic of fear’. The UK must keep the pressure on Modi

  0 comments   |     by Amrit Wilson on 16, May 2018

As Indian prime minister Narendra Modi lands in the UK, the details of two horrific rape cases in India have emerged. Huge protests are rocking India and in London angry people of Indian origin are taking to the streets to protest against Modi’s policies.

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The “Tug-of-War” for Turkey in the New Cold War

  0 comments   |     by admin on 10, May 2018

A “tug-of-war” for Turkey is taking place after the US-led strikes on Syria. Macron alleged that the strikes had “separated” Russia and Turkey because of President

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How Israel and Pakistan Can Avoid a Nuclear Showdown

  0 comments   |     by By Shimon Arad on 09, May 2018

The advancement of Pakistan’s nuclear-missile capabilities and Israel’s growing military ties with India are increasing their respective military relevance for each other. In the absence of formal diplomatic rel

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Russia-Pakistan Military Relations Are on the Path to a Strategic Partnership

  0 comments   |     by By Andrew Korybko on 07, May 2018

The statements made by the Russian and Pakistani Defense Ministers after their interaction at this year’s Moscow Conference on International Security show that the military relations between the two Great Powers are on the right track and moving them closer to clinching a long-awaited strategic partnership. Russia and Pakista

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14 out of world’s 20 most polluted cities are in India: WHO

  0 comments   |     by Web Monitoring Desk on 03, May 2018

Delhi and Varanasi are among the 14 Indian cities that figured in a list of 20 most polluted cities in the world in terms of PM2.5 levels in 2016, data released by the WHO showed. 

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Say The Word’: What The Rohingya Struggle Is Really About

  0 comments   |     by Dr Ramzy Baroud on 21, March 2018

Pope Francis lost a historical opportunity to truly set his legacy apart from previous Popes. Alas, for him, too, political expediency trumped all else. In his visit to Burma (Myanmar) on November 27, he refrained from u

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Continuity of Agenda: US Encirclement of China Continues Under Trump

  0 comments   |     by Ulson Gunnar on 07, March 2018

The United States has pursued a decades-long policy of encircling, containing and if possible, undermining China as part of a larger strategy of achieving and maintaining what US policy papers call “primacy” over Asia. US policy has led to deeply-rooted networks operating within China’s borders and along China’s geopolitical peripheries to divide and des

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Zionism and Islamophobia Convergence of Interests

  0 comments   |     by Jamshed Abbas on 02, March 2018

Back in 2008, a Zionist Jew named Barre Seid living in the US issued a check for just under $17 million. The purpose was to fund the distribution of 28 million copies of a hate-filled documentary whose premise was that Islam is equivalent to Nazism and is the greatest threat the West faces. The CDs were distributed by the Clarion Fund, which has been linked to the Israeli group Aish HaTorah.

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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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