Is trade with India another Trap?

  Asif Haroon Raja Notwithstanding Gen Muharraf’s weaknesses and several blunders he committed during his nine years rule, one has to admit that his governance and management of state affairs were relatively much better than what we have seen in the last four and a half years. Law and order as well as overall security were not as bad during his time. Between 2004 and 2007, only10 drone [caption id="att ...

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Obstacles in Pak-US Agreement

  By Sajjad Shaukat In the last few weeks, conflicting are coming about the success of Pak-US negotiations in order to reach an agreement in connection with the reengagement of Pakistan with America as last year, Pakistan closed ground supply routes through its territory to Afghanistan to protest a cross-border NATO air attack that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers. [caption id="attachment_1751" align="alignrigh ...

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US Drones, the Empty Aerial Assault

Judy Bachrach Sherry Rehman, the Pakistani ambassador to the United States, wants the US to (a) apologize for a NATO attack on Salala and (b) halt drone attacks on her native soil, neither of which demands—let’s face it, Sherry—is going to happen anytime soon. Always a bad idea to apologize to governments and security agencies run by certain officials who want you dead, and besides, the really tall bearded ...

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Sole hyper power

By Asif Haroon Raja Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, Douglous Feith, Richard Perle, Dick Cheney [caption id="attachment_1251" align="alignright" width="285" caption="Flags involved in fighting war against terror"][/caption] backed by neo-cons media propagandists such as William Kristol and Max Boot were the ones who masterminded a plan to undermine Islam and incapacitate practicing Muslims, dubbed as fundam ...

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Indo-US Strategic Partnership Threatening Regional Stability

 By Zaheerul Hassan United States secretary of state Hillary Clinton on May 6, 2012 (Sunday) arrived in Kolkata on a three-day visit to India. The set agenda of meeting is: (one) to press India on Iran oil imports, (two) Indo-US dialogue on Afghanistan, (three) India to take up US’ U-turn on Saeed with Hillary Clinton, (four) meeting West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee for on foreign direct investmen ...

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Al-Qaeda’s back broken by Pak Security Forces

Asif Haroon Raja Myth of Osama bin Laden (OBL) was the creation of CIA and none else. CIA gave birth to al-Qaeda and fondly nurtured it throughout its infancy in the decade of 1980s. The ISI had no connectio nwith al-Qaeda, since it was a collection of Arabs collected together by CIA from Arab countries and pushed into the inferno of Afghanistan. CIA would have continued to Nawaz Sharif during his stint in ...

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