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Shahzad Chaudhry
The writer is a retired air-vice marshal, former ambassador and a security and political analyst.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif made a reasonable address at the UNGA. In normal circumstances it would have been considered a statesman-like speech. ...
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Kenan Malik
It has been a year of unfolding statistics. Some 400,000 refugees have attempted to enter Europe this year, many fleeing the war in Syria. A much smaller, yet equally significant number have travelled the other way.
Some 4,000 Europeans have, ...
Vijay Prashad
The Taliban and its allies seized Kunduz, a major city in northern Afghanistan. It was a Mosul-style capture – a few hundred Taliban overran thousands of the Afghan National Army soldiers and pinned down some US Special Forces troops at the ...
Muhammad Umar
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif did something unexpected at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York – he extended an olive branch of peace to India. A welcome break from the usual verbal shots fired at them year after year.
Over the ...
Waqar K Kauravi
“We proudly speak about saffronisation, will continue to do so, and achieve saffronisation.”
— Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala
As Hinduvta thugs, intoxicated by a new wave of saffronisation, dragged and lynched Mohammad Akhlaque in the ...
Yusuf H Shirazi
Pakistan came into being without a resource base. Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah thus approached the US to extend a helping hand. The Americans responded positively but conditioned it with regional cooperation – nay, us as a camp follower. ...