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  • How Ambassador Haqqani’s Confession Endorses Seymour Hersh’s Account Of Bin Laden’s Killing?

    How Ambassador Haqqani’s Confession Endorses Seymour Hersh’s Account Of Bin Laden’s Killing?0

    How Ambassador Haqqani’s Confession Endorses Seymour Hersh’s Account Of Bin Laden’s Killing?   By Nauman Sadiq March 14, 2017 In his March 10 article [1] for the Washington Post, Pakistan’s ambassador to the US at the time of Osama Bin Laden’s execution, Husain Haqqani, has confessed to his role in facilitating the assassination of Bin

  • How Pashtun Insurgency Being Portrayed As Terrorism In Pakistan

    How Pashtun Insurgency Being Portrayed As Terrorism In Pakistan0

    How Pashtun Insurgency Being Portrayed As Terrorism In Pakistan   By Nauman Sadiq March 13, 2017 In Pakistan, there are three distinct categories of militants: the Afghan-centric Pashtun militants; the Kashmir-centric Punjabi militants; and the transnational terrorists, like al-Qaeda. Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), which is mainly comprised of Pashtun militants, carries out bombings against Pakistan’s state

  • WHY SAUDI ARABIA, CHINA AND ISLAMIC STATE ARE COURTING THE MALDIVES0

    WHY SAUDI ARABIA, CHINA AND ISLAMIC STATE ARE COURTING THE MALDIVES As Riyadh and Beijing nurture grandiose plans for military bases, New Delhi fears the archipelago could become a breeding ground for the terrorist group BY JAMES M. DORSEY 12 MAR 2017 Saudi King Salman welcomes the Maldivian President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom to Riyadh in

  • Talking Ethnic Reconciliation With Tongues Still Tied To The Past0

    Talking Ethnic Reconciliation With Tongues Still Tied To The Past Sathiya Moorthy,The Sunday Leader, Colombo, 12 March 2017 The problem is that the West does not have the courage to accept that were wrong on and in Sri Lanka If anything, now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of Sri

  • UN Peacekeeping and Bangladesh0

    UN Peacekeeping and Bangladesh Krishna Kumar Saha Abstract UN Peacekeeping has never been so diversified before as it is right now. The nature and context of Peacekeeping missions of UN have changed several times. Also, it is no more of light footprint and truce supervision as it was before. Now it has become increasingly complex,

  • India’s outlook on Nuclear NonProliferation Treaty0

    India’s outlook on Nuclear NonProliferation Treaty A study on Parliamentary Debates Trombay – Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Photo source: Wikipedia Susangit Kujur On November 29, 2009, India became one of the recognized nuclear power, after it joined the NonProliferation Treaty India’s new stand to be a nuclear weapon state within the NPT, has triggered a

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