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December, 1971 – The Military Balance

The Pakistan-India dispute in 1971 was not an ‘armed conflict’ as only the Indian side was armed. What immediately followed Bangladesh’s birth was black, grey and white propaganda, disinformation campaigns, distortions, half-truths, blatant lies, white lies, trivial lies, serious lies, self betrayal and unadulterated partisan brainwashing.

Karachi Police Arrests Alleged Rapist of Pakistani-American Doctor

As the Pakistani parliament passes a new law to control the rising number rape cases, it has one more victim – a Pakistani-American doctor.

Don’t Expect Face-Saver from Islamabad, Pakistan Tells the West

Pakistan being one of the two critical neighbors of Afghanistan is alarmed not only by the dramatic surge in violence but also about how the U.S. and its key allies are attempting to shift the blame of their failures onto Pakistan.

Two Pakistani Nationals Extradited to US from Thailand to Face Drug Charges

Maulabaksh Gorgeech, 43, and Niamatullah Gorgeech, 37, who could be jailed for life, were taken into custody by the Thailand authorities in Bangkok on April 11 and were flown to the US on July 30.

Courage and Conviction

Gaining a new understanding and conviction is a long-term process and that is not easy. A process that demands perseverance and discipline. And standing by one’s conviction in the open needs courage and spine.

COVAX Saves the Day

The so-called vaccine politics that was being earlier peddled now falls short with reports and theories of hybrid warfare and a power-play taking place all but having fizzled out. 

British Virgin Islands Court Unfreezes PIA Assets in Reko Diq Case

Judgment announced by the British Virgin Island High Court is being celebrated as a ‘great legal victory for Pakistan’.

Why Pakistan is Unable to Stage Diplomatic Victory on Kashmir?

True, geopolitics has failed Kashmiris and blunted Pakistan’s support for them but Islamabad’s approach indeed has been flawed and devoid of the consistent commitment that such a critical issue deserves.

Is Pakistan Listening to Ashraf Ghani’s Allegations?

President Ashraf Ghani is on an unprecedented offensive after his recent meeting with General Qamar Bajwa, Pakistan’s powerful army chief. In an interview –...

France – A Friend in Need

It is unthinkable that Pakistan’s foreign policy should be decided by the mob in the streets of Islamabad or Karachi. A break-up of relations with France would not only severely damage Islamabad's international standing which has been recently on the upswing, it would certainly impact its economic relations with the EU and the West.
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