Trump, Leading the World towards Nuclear Wars

By Sajjad Shaukat [caption id="attachment_15204" align="alignright" width="431"] U.S. President-elect Donald Trump speaks at election night rally in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY[/caption] After the World War II, nuclear weapons were never used, and were only employed as a strategic threat. During the heightened days of the Cold War, many crises arose ...

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US-North Korea rhetoric leading to nuclear war

By Asif Haroon Raja The US-North Korea antagonism has its roots in the 1952-3 Korean War which had divided the country. While North Korea is backed by Russia and China, South Korea is protected by the US and it has a large military presence in the country. In order to ward off impending danger posed by USA and its allies, North Korea despite being an impoverished country, developed nuclear bombs and missile ...

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Indian Independence Day: Black Day for Kashmiris

By Sajjad Shaukat Every year when India celebrates Independence Day on August 15, Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and the world over observe it as the Black Day to convey the message to the international community that India continues to usurp their inalienable right to self- determination. At present, this very day has come at a time, when the Indian-Occupied Kashmir is bracing continued sie ...

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China-India at the Brink of War

By Ali Sukhanver Siliguri Corridor is a narrow passage close to an isolated plateau in the mighty Himalayan region. It is the place where three countries India, Bhutan and China converge. This passage connects India's northeast states with the rest of the country. Commonly this corridor is known as ‘Chicken's Neck’ where the word ‘Chicken’ refers to India. Recently a video has been very viral on social medi ...

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Pakistan’s Foreign Policy and Current Challenges

By Asif Haroon Raja Overview Pakistan has, since birth, been faced with one crisis after another. Tense geo-political environment created by hostile India and unfriendly Afghanistan was the motivating factor which impelled our leaders to accord preference to security over developing institutions and strengthening the economy. Security concerns governed our foreign policy. Pakistan joined western pacts mainl ...

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Demands of the Independence Day

By Sajjad Shaukat Although the 14th August is celebrated every year as the Independence Day, but, this time, it has come at a time when Pakistan is facing multiple threats of grave nature internally and externally, which are worrying all the citizens. In this regard, on July 28, 2017, five-member larger bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan announced its verdict in connection with the Panama Papers case an ...

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 Time to speak openly on Afghanistan

By Yasmeen Aftab Ali If any political settlement is to be reached reference Afghanistan, it’s time to speak openly especially about issues that are either voiced in hushed tones or ignored altogether. Those advising Trump on this issue need to discuss it with intellectual honesty laying threadbare related and intertwined issues. Without this, a greater mess will be the only outcome. Lisa Curtis, a senior Th ...

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So-called Baloch Independence Day

By Sajjad Shaukat Every year, 11th Aug is celebrated by the Baloch Sub Nationalists (BSNs) as the so-called Baloch Independence Day to pollute the minds of the patriot people of the Baluchistan province against the federation of Pakistan. During this day, shutter down strikes on small scale in the far-flung areas of Balochistan and demonstrations of small attendance by exiled BSNs take place, including acti ...

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