PAKISTAN

A Memory Buried Under The Debris Of Babri Masjid by Rutuja Deshmukh Wakankar

  0 comments   |     by Rutuja Deshmukh Wakankar on 31, January 2018

On Dec 6, 1992 it was yet another normal day in a small town called Burhanpur, in the southern Madhya-Pradesh. It was often known as Deccan Darvaza, the gateway to Deccan plateau for its militarily important geo-political location during the Mughal period. In those days talking about Mughals was a matter of pride and their rich cultural heritage was valued unlike today. I was about to leave for

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Enough of Western Imperialist Barbarism for Afghanistan by Andre Vltchek

  0 comments   |     by Andre Vltchek on 30, January 2018

Interview with ANDRE VLTCHEK by ALESSANDRO BIANCCHI, Chief Editor of Anti-Diplomatico 1) AB: The geographic location of Afghanistan has always occupied a central role. The April peace talks between Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Russia and China seemed to have put an end to the persistent and dominant American presence in the country. What’s your opini

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Pakistan doesn’t consider Trump tweets official US policy: Abbasi

  0 comments   |     by The Nation on 27, January 2018

Pakistan doesn’t consider Trump tweets official US policy: Abbasi Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says US President Donald Trump’s tweet rebuking Pakistan over alleged terror safe havens doesn't constitute the official policy of the United States.

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India Needs to Calm Down by matthew Jamison is a Senior Parliamentary Researcher

  0 comments   |     by Matthew Jamison on 12, January 2018

India under the Government of the extreme Hindu Nationalist Narendra Modi has been getting itself quite worked up over the past year. It was deeply disappointing and disturbing the outrageous, illegal, overly aggressive and appalling behaviour of the Indian Government and Indian army against the People's Republic of China during the summer of 2017 regarding what is rightfully Chin

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PM Manmohan Singh was a disappointment that signals more turbulence ahead in relations

  0 comments   |     by Saeed Ismat on 09, January 2018

The summit last week between Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was a disappointment that signals more turbulence ahead in relations between the two Asian giants. True, the meeting resulted in the usual platitudes about friendship and cooperation. But it was obvious that the two neighbours were unable to make progress on resolving any of their current disputes.

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CPEC: Geo-economics vs. Geo-Politics by Muhammad Munir

  2 comments   |     by Muhammad Munir on 19, December 2017

There is no doubt that in the today’s globalized world, following the geo-economics rather than geo-politics would offer multifaceted incentives to various regions and countries in the form of faster economic growth, creation of jobs, socio-economic development, energy cooperation and regional connectivity. In this context China’s initiatives relating to regional connectivity and in

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The Pakistan Army and Iran: a new dawn or a messenger for the Saudis?

  50 comments   |     by Kemal Alam on 30, November 2017

The Pakistan Army has been drawing closer to Iran under its new chief General Qamar Bajwa. Is Pakistan moving out from under Saudi Arabia's orbit? Last week something quite remarkable happened with regards to Pakistan’s defence diplomacy –Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa

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FORGING A POSITIVE ALLIANCE

  0 comments   |     by Ikram Sehgal on 30, November 2017

FORGING A POSITIVE ALLIANCE IKRAM SEHGAL               It was a unique privilege (for  many different reasons) to be  invited alongwith a handful of senior media colleagues to attend the inaugural meeting of the Islamic Military Cou

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Pakistan’s Law and Justice Minister Zahid Hamid resigns amid mass protests

  0 comments   |     by Adam Garrie on 27, November 2017

Pakistan’s Law and Justice Minister Zahid Hamid resigns amid mass protests Parties leading the protests have called for their supporters to vacate the streets as Pakistan awaits a return to calm. by

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Pakistan: Russia's New Best Friend? by Arif Rafiq

  2 comments   |     by Arif Rafiq on 27, November 2017

As the U.S.-India embrace tightens, former Cold War foes Pakistan and Russia are bolstering ties with one another. Pakistan was an early Cold War partner of the United States, ultimately helping to evict the Soviets from Afghanistan in 1989. While India proclaimed a policy of non-alignment, it was firmly allied with the Soviet Union, which served as its chief defense supplier for decades. Those

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Should India worry about the Dragon in Nepal?

by Vijaya Rajiva on 12th , December 2018

Obama should take the road not taken in AF

by M K Bhadrakumar on 11th , December 2018

Gwadar Terminal: Reaching the Critical Mass

by admin on 10th , December 2018

The New Great Game Has Arrived in Bangladesh

by Dr M. Abdul Mu’min Chowdhury on 7th , December 2018

Massacre and Harassment in Kashmir

by admin on 5th , December 2018

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