• The US Call for a New Relationship0

      by Ubaid Ahmed    16/3/2018 ‘Trust, but verify’ an Old Russian proverb that President Reagan liked to repeat often. Trump is neither the first President nor he is going to be the last to criticize Pakistan of deceit and threaten to cut off American assistance. Notwithstanding, the last six decades of the US support,

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  • PAKISTAN’S DECISIVE BATTLE AGAINST TERRORISM0

      by Usman Ali Khan      16/3/2018 “Because no battle is ever won he said. They are not even fought. The field only reveals to man his folly and despair, and victory is an illusion of philosophers and fools.” —William Faulkner, The Sound, and the Fury The encompassing fog of ‘war’ and ‘terror’ has

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  • MR. MODI SHOULD WORRY ABOUT THE COUNTRY & NOT ABOUT 2019 ELECTIONS1

    by N.S. Venkataraman     16/3/2018 After having been the Prime Minister of India for around four years now and having introduced several paths breaking measures to promote transparency in governance, eliminate corruption and initiating several measures to promote industrial and economic growth, Mr. Modi has to now only look forward and forge ahead. Some of

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  • INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: CHANGING PATTERN AND PHASES – IS IT GOOD OR BAD?0

    by F R Chowdhury          15/3/2018   Shipping is a complex and capital-intensive business. A major part of the international shipping was owned and operated by the developed western world. After the end of the World War-II, the largest merchant fleet was under the British flag. Then there were large operators in

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  • Machiavellian Intrigues Of Pakistan’s ‘Establishment’0

      By Nauman Sadiq    14/3/2018 In Pakistan’s context, the national security establishment originally meant civil-military bureaucracy. Though over the years, the civil bureaucracy has taken a backseat and now “the establishment” is defined as military’s top brass that has dictated Pakistan’s security and defense policy since its inception. Paradoxically, security establishments do not have ideologies,

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  • Sri Lanka’s Anti-Muslim Riots0

      Sri Lanka’s Special Task Force soldiers walk past a damaged mosque after a clash between two communities in Digana central district of Kandy. (Reuters) By Dr. S. I. Keethaponcalan    14/3/2018 On February 27, 2018, a riot broke out in Ampara, a Southeastern town in Sri Lanka. A group of Sinhala-Buddhist rioters attacked and destroyed a

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  • Challenges against Illegitimate Practices in India: An Overview of Women Trafficking 0

    By Dolly Mishra and Rohit Kumar         12/3/2018 South Asian sub-continent comprises of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan. Among them India has a vast and complex capitalist society. It is the largest democratic state and second largest populous nation in the world with 134 crore populations as on 20th September

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