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Pak-Saudi relations—a timely reset

  0 comments   |     by Taj M Khattak

Pakistan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) have enjoyed very close and cordial relations with each other since the creation of Pakistan. Both countries have strongly supported each other in times of need. KSA’s support to Pakistan during the 1965 and 1971 wars with India deserves special mention, as the country’s morale was low after loss of its east

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Op-ed: Pakistan, China, Iran must come together to counter US-India alliance

  0 comments   |     by Izhar Hussain

It is essential for Pak-China-Iran to align themselves with one another to stop the US yolk of influence favoring India and the Indian dreams of sole regional supremacy. The three regional giants, Pakistan, China, and Iran located in three regional zones, South Asia, East Asia, and the Middle East have a pivotal role to play in t

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How Iranian nuclear scientist was murdered

  0 comments   |     by News Agencies

Assassination of Iran's top nuclear scientist 'involved 62 operatives November 29, 2020 "Information Clearing House" - Remarkable detail of the plot to kill an Iranian nuclear scientist emerged on Saturday, a day after the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh reverberated around the wor

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Russia Can Benefit from Azerbaijan’s Strengthened..

  0 comments   |     by Andrew Korybko

Russia Can Benefit from Azerbaijan’s Strengthened Relations with Iran & Pakistan Azerbaijan’s recently strengthened relations with Iran and Pakistan following their governments’ full support of Baku’s territorial integrity in line with four UNSC Resolutions on the matter could greatly benefit

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INDIA LOSES GIANT GAS FIELD IN IRAN

  0 comments   |     by Anadolu

 Iran  has booted out India from the development of Farzad-B gas field in the Persian Gulf, a highly-placed government source in Tehran told Anadolu Agency. The source said Iran decided to use local firms to develop the gas field after New Delhi failed to respond to “multiple ultimatums” issued by Iran over the years. “We gave them multip

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India implodes its own new Silk Road

  6 comments   |     by Pepe Escobar

There was a time when New Delhi was proudly selling the notion of establishing its own New Silk Road – from the Gulf of Oman to the intersection of Central and South Asia opening access from Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia from the Arabian Sea – to compete with China’s Belt and Road Initiative.  Now it looks like the Indians have stabbed th

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The Neverending Holocausts of the Neoliberal Order

  0 comments   |     by Kim Petersen

Biochemist, writer, humanitarian activist, and artist, Gideon Polya has had a selection of his essays gathered into a compendium titled US-Imposed Post-9/11 Muslim Holocaust & Muslim Genocide (Korsgaard Publishing, 2020). The compendium is important because it brings to

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Pakistan-Iran Space Cooperation?

  0 comments   |     by Fraz Naqvi

It's unlikely that China would collaborate with Pakistan in the weaponization of space to counterbalance Indo-Israeli Nexus, Pakistan needs to have collaboration with Iran for strategic reasons. Although the Space Agreement between China and Pakistan has already been signed in 2019 yet the nature of that agreement

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Can the PM help? THERE has been a sudden and orchestrated..

  0 comments   |     by Ashraf Jehangir Qazi

THERE has been a sudden and orchestrated de-escalation of the Middle East crisis. Allegedly, ‘better sense’ has prevailed in Tehran and discretion is now the better part of valour!  If so, this would be a massive win for Trump and the US, and a severe setback for the Islamic Republic of Iran, rendering it more vulnerable to domestic anti-government pr

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The March to War: Iran and the Strategic Encirclement of Syria

  0 comments   |     by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

The encirclement of Syria and Lebanon has long been in the works. Since 2001, Washington and NATO have started the process of cordoning off Lebanon and Syria. The permanent NATO presence in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Syrian Accountability Act are part of this initiative. It appears that this roadmap is based on a 1996 Israeli document aimed at controlling Syria. The document’s name

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