STATE TERRORISM

In India, the pandemic is a prize for some and punishment..

  0 comments   |     by Robert Gallimore

In India, the pandemic is a prize for some and punishment for others BBC news recently ran a piece on the Covid-19 pandemic in India. It was a seemingly equivocal survey of the obvious problems that would manifest themselves in a country with minimal welfare provisions and the sort of sanguinity regarding mortality r

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Middle East: When will Palestinian Issue be Resolved?

  0 comments   |     by Viktor Mikhin

President of the State of Palestine and Palestinian National Authority Mahmoud Abbas asked the United Nations to convene an international conference on the Middle East in 2021, after two Gulf states normalized their ties with Israel and once the US presidential election has taken place.  According to his statement, “a genuine peace process” will lea

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Tripartite dialogue over Kashmir: Only way out

  2 comments   |     by Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

Dr. Moeed Yusuf, Special Adviser to the Prime Minister of Pakistan on National Security and Strategic Policy, disclosed in an interview with Karan Thapar that India displayed a desire to hold a conversation with Pakistan. He added that we support any conversation that moves us forward. However, he also emphasised that there are three parties to the dispute: Pakistan

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UN rights chief slams India over arrests, restrictions on NGOs

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GENEVA: UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet voiced her dismay on Tuesday at the arrest of activists in India and restrictions to the work of non-governmental organisations. The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights appealed to New Delhi to safeguard the rights of human rights defenders and NGOs. Bachelet regretted what she called the application of v

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Terrorism and Proxy Wars: A Threat to Peace and Stability..

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Terrorism and Proxy Wars: A Threat to Peace and Stability in South Asia LISA holding it,s smeinar dated 24th September, 2020 @ 3.30pm BST. Moderated by: Mary Hunter (Research Fellow and Journalist) With distinguished guest speakers: Sen(r) Javed Jabbar (Former Senator) Ashis Ray (Broadcaster and Journalist)

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Malevolent Republic: A Short History of the New India..

  4 comments   |     by Jason Burke

Malevolent Republic: A Short History of the New India by KS Komireddi – review A blistering polemic exposes the country’s malaise under Narendra Modi Almost a decade ago, I travelled to a small town in Gujarat, a state in the west of India, to hear 

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Amnesty accuses Indian police of 'grave abuses' in Delhi riots

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Security forces patrol past charred vehicles in a riot affected area following clashes between people demonstrating for and against a new citizenship law in New Delhi, India, February 27, 2020 Reuters Six months on, there has been no investigatio

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Terrorists in Afghanistan

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Pakistani soldiers at the Afghan border. Pakistan has long hoped for an end to the violence in Afghanistan and the eventual withdrawal of American forces. A NEW report recently prepared for the UN Security Council confirms what Pakistan has been saying for years: that ungoverned spaces in Afghanistan are being used

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What Is the United States Plotting in Kashmir and Balochistan? The Destabilization of Pakistan?

  0 comments   |     by Germán Gorraiz López

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (OCS), founded in 2001 by the Shanghai Five (China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan) and to which Uzbekistan, India and Pakistan were later added would be the ALBA and Iran countries. Hard core of resistance to world hegemony of the United States and Great Britain, so the avowed objective of the United States woul

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Indian Brutality in Kashmir – A Critical Visual Reflection

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On the morning of 1 July 2020, a 65 years old person (identified as Bashir Ahmed) was shot dead in Srinagar suburbs, allegedly by the Indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). Many are killed as a routine in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) daily and rarely form part of the Indian media breaking news. However, this routine and “insignificant event”, instant

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