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US Refuses to Support Modi’s Position on Balochistan

  0 comments   |     by The Newspaper's Correspondent

The United States has unambiguously distanced itself from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s attempt to internationalise the Baloch issue and in the process has also assured Pakistan of its continued support to the country’s territorial integrity. “The US government respects the unity and territorial integrity of Pakistan and we do not support independence for Baloc

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Fabricating Lies, Promoting Imperial Wars, Decimating Countries, Impoverishing Millions: Megaphone for Mass Murder

  4 comments   |     by Prof. James Petras

The Financial Times editorial page carries a logo that proclaims: “Without fear and without favour”. Indeed the editors have shown no fear when it comes to. . . fabricating lies, promoting imperial wars decimating countries and impoverishing millions, whether in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen and now Venezuela.  The fearless “

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US INDIA SIGN MILITARY AGREEMENT

  0 comments   |     by The Nation

US, India sign military logistics agreement August 30, 2016 WASHINGTON - The United States and India signed an agreement on Monday to allow the use of each other’s land, air and naval bases for repair and resupply, a step toward building defence ties as the

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US REFUSES TO BACK MODI ON KASHMIR

  0 comments   |     by Anwar Iqbal

US refuses to back Modi’s claims Anwar Iqbal WASHINGTON: The United States continues to view the Kashmir issue as a dispute that needs to be settled by both India and Pakistan, says the US State Department, while distanci

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Is Pakistan Isolated? The writer is a former Pakistan ambassador to the UN

  0 comments   |     by MUNIR AKRAM

The writer is a former Pakistan ambassador to the UN. SEVERAL Pakistani commentators have concluded that Pakistan is isolated because its relations with three of its four immediate neighbours are hostile. Some have ascribed this ‘failure’ exclusively to the absence of a fulltime foreign minister and the hydra-headed leadership at the Foreign Office. Pakistan is far f

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New York Times Calls Modi's Silence Shameful. The NY Times did exactly that today

  0 comments   |     by Samar

In India — by Samar — August 5, 2016 One doesn’t often see a respected international media house asking a democratic republic’s prime minister to break his silence in an editorial. Even more rare is it to see this “silence&r

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South China Sea: Watch Out, Dragon Could Bite!

  0 comments   |     by Andre Vltchek

South China Sea: Watch Out, Dragon Could Bite! Andre Vltchek China is fuming. It has obviously had enough, it is reaching the limit. For decades it tried to appease the

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Behind The CIA Desperate Turkey Coup Attempt

  0 comments   |     by F. William Engdahl

Behind The CIA Desperate Turkey Coup Attempt By F. William Engdahl On the evening of July 15, a group of Turkish army officers announced that they had staged a military coup d’etat and had assumed control of the country. They claimed that Erdogan was in a desperate flight for his life and that they were now i

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Friends And Foes

  0 comments   |     by EDITOR THE NATION

Friends And Foes The proceedings of a hearing in the US Congress titled ‘Pakistan: friend or foe’ has drawn a clear line as to where the US Congress stands in reference to Pakistan. Never has an ally lambasted another so vociferously, as the US Congress did to Pakistan in this hearing. The allegations were startling and at certain point

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China’s Silk Road leaves India stranded in its region

  0 comments   |     by MK Bhadrakumar

China’s Silk Road leaves India stranded in its region M.K. Bhadrakumar The Chinese foreign ministry has announced that the Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will pay an official visit to China starting April 6. The expectations in Colombo are that the four-day visit will advance the Sino-Lankan relations &ld

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