PAKISTAN

Hybrid Warfare Challenges for Pakistan

  0 comments   |     by Ikram Sehgal

During their meeting at Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt in 2009, then PM Yousuf Raza Gilani handed over a dossier of RAW’s involvement in terrorist activities to his counterpart, PM Manmohan Singh. The dossier highlighted just how India’s security and intelligence agencies had been using Afghanistan’s soil to train and fund terrorist activities in FATA and

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Pakistan-Afghanistan-US Relations

  0 comments   |     by Dr Shahid Qureshi

There seems to be no clear policy of Zardari regime as how to deal with the challenges concerning the US lead military occupation of Afghanistan and drone attacks on Pakistan. Pakistan suffered approximately $60 billion economic losses, deployed more than 147,800 troops conducting combat operations in the tribal areas along the Afghan border. The Pakistan armed forces

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Now India Is At War With Itself

  0 comments   |     by Nayantara Sahgal

Today we are in a state of civil war. The most unwinnable wars in history have been the combination of civil and religious war and this is the twin ammunition in use in India today.  The futility, absurdity and inanity of religious war should by now be a long-established fact since God is one whom we worship in different ways, and in no time past, present or

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Pakistan-Iran Sensibilities

  0 comments   |     by Asif Haroon

Iran is a brotherly Muslim country with which Pakistan has enjoyed geographical, cultural, religious and historical ties. Both had best of ties during the rule of Reza Shah Pehlavi. Iran supported us during the 1965 and 1971 wars with India and provided helicopters in 1974 to defeat Baloch insurgency. Pakistan also has extended all sorts of help. The biggest was

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IN Congress seeking PK support to overthrow Modi govt: DM

  0 comments   |     by LISA Admin

Congress leaders are playing dirty politics by seeking help from Pakistan, says Sitharaman. PHOTO: FILE India’s defence minister has accused the country’s main opposition party, the Indian National Congress, of seeking Pakistan’s help in a bid to overthrow Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, Times of India reported on Saturday. &ldq

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Views of a Veteran

  0 comments   |     by Usman Khalid

The Indo-Zionist lobbies have long campaigned that the USA replicates the First Gulf War in Pakistan before it withdraws from Afghanistan. With President Obama having mouthed words of demonization of Pakistan himself, there is fear that the USA may submit to the wishes of Indo-Zionists. But he may be dissuaded from striking Pakistan if the cost is too high. Pakistan&r

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Mass Graves in Kashmir

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The state human rights commission of the Indian-ruled portion of Kashmir reported its investigators had found 2,156 bodies buried in unmarked graves in 38 locations. Most were young men. Many bore bullets wounds. Grisly and horrifying as this discovery was, there was hardly a peep from India’s allies, notably the United States and Britain, who have raised s

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Pakistan and the USA

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Pakistan is being subjected to bullying, coercion and intimidation. Its sovereignty is endangered through a well orchestrated plan by its own benefactor and strategic partner, the Unites States of America. It is being governed (rather misgoverned) by the most corrupt and incompetent government in power that was brought to foray by NRO (National Reconciliation Order) d

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Next Stop Pakistan

  0 comments   |     by Wayne Madsen

Paraphrasing the old anti-Vietnam War song,  "And it's one, two, three”  What are we fighting for ?  Don't ask me, I don't give a damn, Next stop is Pakistan  It does appear that for some Pentagon brass, including Defence Secretary L

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U.S.-Pakistan Trust-Deficit Deepens

  0 comments   |     by Richard Weitz

The recent U.S. claims that Pakistan's intelligence service have aided attacks against U.S. troops in Afghanistan; the discovery that Osama bin Laden had been living for years in a safe house in central Pakistan; the U.S. special forces operation to attack his Pakistani compound without notifying Pakistani authorities; the disputes over U.S. drone strikes on Pakis

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