Monthly Archives: November 2019

The Kashmir crisis isn’t about territory. It’s about a Hindu victory over Islam

The Kashmir crisis isn’t about territory. It’s about a Hindu victory over Islam.1

Prime Minister Narendra Modi used the Muslim-majority state as a demonstration of Hindu power. By Kapil Komireddi For two weeks, Kashmir, India’s sole Muslim-majority state has existed in a surreal state of nonexistence. Since a presidential decree abolished the state, revoked

Rutgers stands behind professor

Rutgers Stands Behind Professor Who Said Hindutva Was 'Inspired by Nazism' Amid Backlash1

Who said Hindutva was ‘inspired by Nazism’ Amid Backlash By Jenni Fink A Rutgers-Newark professor may be under attack by the public for comments she made about Hindutva, but she has the support of her employer. On Friday, assistant professor

The UN can’t ignore Kashmir anymore

World Leaders Address United Nations General Assembly

As India cracks down on a long-disputed region, two nuclear powers face off The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher. It is separate from the newsroom and the Op-Ed section. Pakistan’s Prime Minister,

Indian military must not become another lying ISPR, Pakistan Army’s propaganda wing

How Saudi Attacks Will Continue To Benefit American Oil Companies3

Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat quoting speculative casualty figures after strike on terror camps in PoK was a break from tradition By Snehesh Alex Philip Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, known for speaking his mind, put himself into an awkward

The “Kashmir 2 Khalistan” campaign is the solution to India’s separatist issues

The “Kashmir 2 Khalistan” campaign is 8

By Andrew Korybko The Kashmir and Khalistan self-determination movements recently merged into a single campaign called “Kashmir2Khalistan” inspired by the close coordination between the two following the Sikhs For Justice‘s (SFJ) alliance with the Kashmiris in carrying out the global protests

India’s wrong, the China – Pakistan Economic Corridor isn’t ‘illegal’

India's wrong, the China - Pakistan

By Andrew Korybko Indian Ministry of External Affairs spokesman Raveesh Kumar said over the weekend that “We expect that other countries will respect India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and desist from efforts to change the status quo through the illegal

Here’s where Washington’s focus will shift to after Syria

Here's where Washington's 1

By Darius Shahtahmasebi Much to Washington’s dismay, China is gaining further momentum in the Indo-Pacific region. As the US president pretends to deploy a hands-off approach to the Middle East, expect China’s gains to fare in the news more often.

Why IAF Shouldn’t Underestimate The PAF JF-17Thunder Fighter Jet

Why IAF Shouldn’t Underestimate The PAF JF-17Thunder Fighter Jet1

Much like the Indian MIG-21 Bison, an upgraded variant of the venerated design which according to Indian reports was highly successful against a Pakistani F-16 – likely due to its high end avionics, electronic warfare, jamming and missile systems which

Modi Defies RAW & ISI

Modi defies RAW & ISI33

By Asad Durrani It is widely known that advancing forward is far easier when swimming with the tide rather than against it – but tell that to a policy planner, and they are likely to argue otherwise. However, while reflecting

How Saudi attacks will continue to benefit American oil companies

How Saudi Attacks Will Continue To Benefit American Oil Companies3

By Dan Eberhart Saudi Arabia is moving quickly to restore the 5.7 million barrels a day of oil production knocked out in the September 14 drone and missile attacks on its Abqaiq processing facility. But even if the kingdom can