Assassination of Pakistan’s top Generals and the President – 17 August 1988

By Zaid Hamid The crash of the C130 of Pakistani president General Zia in 1988 was one of the greatest tragedies to befall on the Muslim world in the 20th century. This More »

Pakistan, back to bad old days

By Babar Cheema It is abundantly clear that Pakistan has decisively re-joined the American camp after a brief interregnum. It is the same old transactional relationship now. Pressure was piling up on More »

Center for International Strategic Studies Sindh (CISSS)  “Physics and Mechanics of Nuclear Technology and Its Applications”

by Dr Ansar Parvez —- 1- 4 August 2022 Dr Ansar Parvez, Advisor (Nuclear Power) National Command Authority, former Chairman of Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, conducted a four-day workshop at CISSS from More »

The rise and fall of political dynasties

By Ashok K Mehta Sri Lanka has witnessed its Arab Spring moment. Accused of enjoying extra-constitutional authority and with 27 military-led task forces in governance, the Sri Lankan Army (SLA) has steered More »

Mortal and immortal heads of hydra terrorism strikes back in Pakistan

By Ihsan Ghani The reality is that terrorism like Hydra was never over, its mortal head (extremism) is still alive. It got multiplied, resulting in a worsening security situation. Pakistan’s focus was More »

 

IAF will finally get a strategic bomber

IAF will finally get

By Bharat Karnad The Indian Air Force seems to be getting over the strategic hump, perhaps with a little push from the PMO, and will soon acquire the advanced and upgraded version of the Tu-160 Blackjack called the ‘White Swan’.

The French President’s internal speech

The French President's

The French President’s internal speech came out, and the world was shocked! I would strongly recommend that you take your time to read through this article as it foretells the future events that are likely to take place. The opinions

The great million – man swim

VMM-262 OPS

By Eric S. Margolis They used to call it “the million-man swim”. That was the US Navy’s sneering dismissal of any Chinese attempt to seize the island of Taiwan by a massive amphibious invasion. The US Navy’s strike carriers, submarines

US ‘on brink’ of war with Russia & China

US 'on brink' of war with Russia & China

A lack of visionary leadership is to blame, the veteran statesman says Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has told the Wall Street Journal that Washington has rejected traditional diplomacy, and in the absence of a great leader, has

An unpleasant truth for Ukrainians is coming to light

An unpleasant truth for 1

By Batko Milacic Ukrainian forces have threatened civilians by setting up bases and operating weapons systems in populated areas, including schools and hospitals, as they battled the Russian intervention that began in February, Amnesty International said in a statement. “Such

After Pelosi’s visit, most of the Indo-Pacific sides with Beijing

After Pelosi's visit, most of the

Almost the entire region backs China but the regime’s behavior has also crystallized support for Taiwan By Derek Grossman U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan this month prompted China to conduct unprecedented military drills that included surrounding the

China’s military was built to defeat America in a Taiwan war

China's military was built to 1

By Daniel Davis Taipei on Saturday warned that significant Chinese military drills in the seas around Taiwan and in the air over the island represented a simulation of an attack. On Monday, China announced that it was extending the maneuvers,

China is issuing the same “Red Line” warnings about Taiwan that Russia issued about Ukraine

China is issuing the same “Red Line” warnings 1

By Caitlin A. Johnstone House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has continued to pour gasoline on the foreign policy dumpster fire that is her planned visit to Taiwan next month, now reportedly encouraging other members of congress to come along for the

Assassination of Pakistan’s top Generals and the President – 17 August 1988

Assassination of Pakistan's top Generals 1

By Zaid Hamid The crash of the C130 of Pakistani president General Zia in 1988 was one of the greatest tragedies to befall on the Muslim world in the 20th century. This man was so dangerous for Israel & India

Pakistan, back to bad old days

Guarantor of peace

By Babar Cheema It is abundantly clear that Pakistan has decisively re-joined the American camp after a brief interregnum. It is the same old transactional relationship now. Pressure was piling up on Pakistan because of dire economic straits. Confronted with