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ISI : in the Line of Fire

BY TALIMAND KHAN The most  honored and professional Intelligence Agency ISI’s role in war against  terror is currently under fire by major  capitals of the west and specifically by New Dehli and Kabul. This blame game is dancing in various international press, is a grave …

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Under the Cover of ISI?

Under the Cover of ISI? BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI The Indo-Israeli nexus in collusion with Afghanistan has once again become active to harm Pakistan through overt or overt actions.Their  plot reached apex when on July 26 last month , a notification was issued by some officials …

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What is in stock for Pakistan?

BY TALIMAND KHAN Once again Pakistan is passing through a critical phase of its history. Today  we have more enemies than friends, thanks to our ‘security state’ concept and penchant to be a front line state in the wars of others. We remained partner in …

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War on terror vs. war in terror

War on terror vs. war in terror ANALYSIS BY SARDAR KHAN ISLAMABAD, Jul31:The war on terror after 9\11 is converted to war in terror in the troubled region across the Durand Line. The current talibanisation in Pakistani areas,anti-state activities of Balochistan Liberation Movement(BLA) in Balochistan, …

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New government be given time, space to address security issues in FATA

Leading foreign experts on South Asia appreciated Pakistan’s efforts in the war against terrorism and said the newly elected government should be given time and space to address the security and economic development issues in the tribal region. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, his British …

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\’One versus seven\’

By Iqbal Hadi Zaidi On the face of it may look funny, if not absurd, but please be with me for a while, to prove that neither you are wrong nor I am mistaken and the truth is truth that just one person is negating …

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Our disjointed Afghan policy

BY DR GHAYUR AYUB Governments, all over the world, do not change ongoing policies no matter which party wins an election. Pakistan is unique in this regards. Over the years, we have seen new governments introducing, new policies within first six months of their inceptions, …

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Pakistan should ratify the ICC

By Anees Jillani To this day, only 7 out of the 106 who have ratified the ICC Treaty are Asian countries: Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Mongolia, Cambodia, Timor Leste, Japan and South Korea. A step in this direction by Pakistan would set a good precedent for other …

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Youth and violence

By Faris Kasim Peace in the near future is becoming less and less unlikely. To summarise the current state of affairs, two provinces of Pakistan are virtually in a state of war, terrorist outfits are causing havoc in cities, sectarian and religious violence is on …

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Finding an alternative vision

By Ali Eteraz It is by now very clear that in the fight against terrorists and militants, Pakistan under Prime Minister Gilani and the US under the Bush administration have two completely different approaches. This is evident just by looking at the kind of vocabulary …

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