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Intensified Bombing for Victory in Afghanistan by Brian Cloughley

  4 comments   |     by Brian Cloughley on 17, February 2018

The TV series, The Vietnam War, is absolutely riveting. The ten discs in the DVD set provide over 17 hours of viewing, and there is hardly a moment wasted. It is evenhanded to the most admir

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Whitewashing Genocide In Myanmar by Dr Ramzy Baroud

  0 comments   |     by Dr Ramzy Baroud on 15, February 2018

Although the genocide of the Rohingya minority in Myanmar has gathered greater media attention in recent months, there is no indication that the international community is prepared to act in any meaningful way, thus leaving hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees stranded in border camps between Myanmar and Bangladesh. While

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U.S – War Dog Wants To Bite, But What And How? by Andre Vltchek

  1 comments   |     by Andre Vltchek on 12, February 2018

It could be truly comical, if it were not to be so dangerous for millions of people living all over the world. The Empire, once mighty, ruthless and frightening is now jumping around like a dog infected with rabies; it is salivating, barking loudly, its tale is stiff between its legs. It snaps left and right, and periodically i

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Of victims and victimhood - We say terrorism has no religion

  0 comments   |     by Jawed Naqvi on 08, February 2018

THE cruel murder of an 84-year-old Catholic priest in France by two Muslim youths, who slit the fragile man’s throat during a morning mass he was conducting in his serene church, left me numb for days. The terrifying effect of knives, daggers and trishuls somehow feels more horrific than suicide belts and car bombs that snuff out life with ease these days. Only recently, a masked British

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India & Israel: a marriage made in heaven?

  0 comments   |     by Irfan Hussain on 04, February 2018

India-State Terrorism- Global-Rest of the Muslim... India & Israel: a marriage made in heaven? Irfan Husain ON his recent four-d

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Protecting the Belt and Road Initiative From US-Led Terrorism

  0 comments   |     by F. Pieraccini on 04, February 2018

  Protecting the Belt and Road Initiative From US-Led Terrorism: Will China Send Troops to Syria? Federico PIERACCINI An interesting theme concerning Syria is the involvement of the People's Republic of China in the conflict. While China’s diplomatic and economic

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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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Jerusalem – The Straw that Breaks the Empire’s Back?

  0 comments   |     by Peter Koenig on 25, January 2018

When President Trump on 6 December 2017 declared unilaterally Jerusalem as the capital of Israel to where the US Embassy shall relocate, he violated UN Resolutions, international law, common sense and went against all diplomatic efforts to eventually bring peace to the region, not to speak about 130 countries that have already voiced opposition to such a decision. And this, before the Peace

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Similarities between occupation of Kashmir and Palestine by Ken Stone

  0 comments   |     by Ken Stone on 18, January 2018

In Gaza, which has suffered under an illegal Israeli blockade for the past ten years, unemployment is at an incredible 63%, the highest official rate in the world. All export industries have been shut down. Sparse goods trickle in through underground tunnels. Thousands are still living in tents following the last Israeli military incursion of 2014 and few students are allowed to leave

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

  1 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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