March, 2016

Kashmir conflict and British Culpability

Kashmir conflict and British Culpability

British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond was obviously detached from reality when he suggested, on March 08, that issue of Jammu and Kashmir should not be a precondition for resumption of India-Pakistan dialogue and emphasized the need for reopening of talks between the two countries. He restated the obvious that an India-Pakistan dialogue is essential for […]

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PTV PROGRAM “EXPLORE KASHMIR” covers IPRI Conference on “HR Violations in IHK: Awakening Global Conscience”

PTV PROGRAM “EXPLORE KASHMIR” covers IPRI Conference on “HR Violations in IHK: Awakening Global Conscience”

PTV PROGRAM “EXPLORE KASHMIR” covers IPRI Conference on “HR Violations in IHK: Awakening Global Conscience” To watch the Program, click on the link below PTV News Covers IPRI Conference on Kashmir

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Russia, Afghanistan, and the Taliban

It is difficult to imagine a case where Europeans, Americans and Russians can so easily agree on Afghanistan. At least as much, if not more, than the West, the Kremlin is concerned about the weakness of the Afghan state and the terrorist threat that could re-emerge from the territory. This explains the strengthening of cooperation […]

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Our Nuclear and Debt Bombs!

Our Nuclear and Debt Bombs!

During the recently concluded sixth ministerial-level Pakistan-US Strategic Dialogue, Pakistan’s nuclear programme and economy attracted the maximum attention of delegates. The US tried to arm twist Pakistan to reduce its nuclear arsenal. However, Pakistan firmly expressed the resolve by not accepting any curbs on it saying America must show “greater understanding” of its security concerns […]

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Prospects of Afghan peace process!

Prospects of Afghan peace process!

Two suicide attacks one each in Kabul and Kunar provinces of Afghanistan and prompt claiming of responsibility by the Taliban could be another conspiracy to derail the upcoming direct talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban. Afghan conflict often throws up events that remain shrouded in mystery. Disruption of second round of Murree peace […]

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Bernie Sanders’ Democratic Socialism

Bernie Sanders’ Democratic Socialism

There was a time when the United States (US) fought against communist ideology of the then Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). The cold war mantra was dominated by holding capitalism dearer and then came a day when the US stood victorious. It was not the victory of the US precisely but the capitalism as […]

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