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Cooperation is the key

Removing trust deficit between Pakistan and Afghanistan is the way to a progressive democratic Afghanistan   The newly formed unity government of Afghanistan under President Ashraf Ghani is yet to declare its

India’s blemish

Army’s role in Kashmir   Two boys have been killed in Kashmir. The incident itself is bizarre. A white-coloured car is mistaken for a similar one which used to scurry the terrorists

Walking the talk

General Raheel breaks the ice     While COAS General Raheel Sharif was in Washington to build frayed relations with Washington, National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz stirred up a hornet’s nest at

Investing in Pakistan

America needs to learn to support the people rather than unpopular governments if it is to maintain its global influence   “But I don’t want to go among mad people,” said Alice.

A welcome decision

Actions and orders of a particular era devastated the functioning of the executive government The recent judgement of the Supreme Court in refusing to entertain petitions filed before it pertaining to alleged

Israel’s war crimes

World inclined towards Palestine’s freedom I’ve grown up hearing news of Israel’s brutality upon Palestine. Is there any beacon of hope for the Palestinian children? Is there really a solution for such

India’s aggressive posturing

A small-aim, small-gain policy?   Recent aggression across the working boundary and LOC surprised many geo-political observers for its timings, intensity, focus and persistence. The question arises whether it is a cloud

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