PAKISTAN

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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Myth of Different Nations in Pakistan

  0 comments   |     by Khalid Hussain Zia on 11, April 2012

All Pakistanis descend from the Aryan stock except for two small Groups - Brahvis and Mekranis – and the life line of all provinces is River Indus. There are very

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Fact Sheet Balochistan

  0 comments   |     by Agha Gul on 11, April 2012

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Balochistan in Historical Perspective

  0 comments   |     by Naveed Tajammal on 11, April 2012

Now a days, the basic problem is that people are not aware of history, everyone goes by what the media feeds them and media is Zionist dominated. What the media is telling are what the Zionists want to achieve therefore they engineer the facts; in most cases the facts are removed or replaced by the people in between so that no linkages can be established. Since past sometime, United Stat

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US Probe of Border Attack Hardened Pakistani Suspicions

  0 comments   |     by Gareth Porter on 23, February 2012

The Pakistani military leadership’s response to the U.S. report on its helicopter attack on two Pakistani border posts Nov. 26 assailed the credibility of the investigation by Air Force Brig. Gen. Steven Clark and expressed do

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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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New CIA Drone Bases in Afghanistan and Central Asia

  0 comments   |     by Sikandar Shaheen on 31, January 2012

-Including the covert base in Khost, the US has seven operational military bases located in Kandahar, Herat, Parwan, Helmand and Nimroz provinces. With the exception of the Khost ba

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War or Peace on The Indus?

  0 comments   |     by John Briscoe on 31, January 2012

Anyone foolish enough to write on war or pe

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America's Dirty Secret: AfPak War Not Winnable

  0 comments   |     by Stephen Lendman on 31, January 2012

16 December, 2010 Before dying, Richard Holbrooke admitted it, saying "You've got to stop this war in Afghanistan." The Washington Post reinterpreted it, saying: "Holbrooke's death is the latest complication in an effort plagued by unreliable partners, reluctant allies and an increasingly skeptical American public." They're not alone. Include noted analysts, administration

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