PAKISTAN

Pakistan has the last laugh?

  0 comments   |     by Kamran Yousaf

The Indian commentators conceded that Pakistan’s reading of the Afghan situation was correct Here are some of the reactions by former Indian diplomats, retired generals and security analysts after Kabul fell to the Afghan Taliban. “All we did in Afghanistan for 20 years is in jeopardy. Wish we had publicly expressed our deep reservations and

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Delta narrative against Pakistan

  0 comments   |     by Qazi Khalilullah

Western bias can be called Delta Narrative, is marinated in Indian animosity towards Pakistan Owing to the willful negligence of the West, the world has failed to prevent the spread of Delta variant of Covid-19, which originated in India. Consequently, more than 130 countries have been affected by the so-called Delta var

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REBUTTING BLATANT FALSEHOODS

  0 comments   |     by IKRAM SEHGAL

My last article "Evaluating the Lessons of the Afghan War" evoked anger among some born Pakistani-haters, they could be of Indian origin or they could be disgruntled Pakistanis with a grouse either against the Army or for me personally. An American friend, someone who I have always admired and cherished for nearly 5 decades sent me the person's frustrated rant a

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We 'lost' the 20-year War in Afghanistan: Top US General

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It is obvious to all of us, that the war in Afghanistan did not end on the terms we wanted, says General Mark Milley US Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley The top US general conceded in a stark admission on Wednesday that the United States "lost" the 20-year war in Afghanistan. "It is c

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Similarities between occupation of Kashmir and Palestine

  0 comments   |     by Ken Stone

The problems of Kashmir and Palestine both date back to 1947. While Palestine is well known globally, Kashmir is virtually an unknown entity. Ken Stone of the Canadian Peace Alliance thinks it ought to be brought into mainstream. I have had the pleasure on more than one occasion of speaking alongside my colleagues in the Canadian

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A Letter to the Taliban

  0 comments   |     by Dr. Ejaz Akram, with Pepe Escobar

What happened in Afghanistan was not a mere change of government. A puppet state responsible for spreading subversion in the region was overthrown. After the Taliban named an interim government that was regarded as quite controversial inside Afghanistan and did not exactly please the nation’s E

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REBUTTING BLATANT FALSEHOODS

  0 comments   |     by SIC

REBUTTING BLATANT FALSEHOODS by IKRAM SEHGAL   My last article "Evaluating the Lessons of the Afghan War" evoked anger among some born Pakistani-haters, they could be of Indian origin or they could be disgruntled Pakistanis with a grouse either against the Army or for me personally. An American friend, someo

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Supporting bigotry, Islamophobia?

  0 comments   |     by Saeed

Supporting bigotry, Islamophobia? Diaspora NGO opposes Australian MP's views on Yogi Humanism Project, an Australian civil rights organisation with large number of India diaspora as its members, has a shot letter to letter Craig Kelly, member of Parliament from Member for Hughes, New South Wales (NSW), on his alleged effort to spread misinformation about Covid-19 an

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Afghanista: Before and after US Intervention

  0 comments   |     by Saeed

Afghanistan: Before and After US Intervention “. . . the FBI has no hard evidence connecting bin Laden to 9/11.” John Ryan, Ph.D., Retired Professor of Geography and Senior Scholar, University of Winnipeg, Canada.   I &nb

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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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