Monthly Archives: December 2017

My Views On Reviews

By: Shafique Ahmed Shafique Book’s Name :  Nazeriat-e-Faza Azmi Author’s name  :  Zahid Rashid Publisher  : Rang-e-Adab Publications,   ——————-  : 5,  Ketab Market, ——————-   : Urdu Bazar, Karachi. Page   : 320 Price  : Rs. 500/-    Zahid Rashid a young chap,

Why the world’s most dangerous flashpoint isn’t NK

It’s Between India and Pakistan By: Zachary Keck With the world’s attention firmly fixated on North Korea, the greatest possibility of nuclear war is in fact on the other side of Asia. That place is what could be called the

Haves, have-nots, and need-nots

The nuclear ban exposes hidden fault lines By: Jennifer Knox The lines of conflict between nuclear and non-nuclear powers are well-mapped. The dichotomy between the nuclear “haves” and the nuclear “have-nots” divides states into two mutually exclusive, opposed groups. This

Former Indian CM said Pakistan not weak, will not allow India to take AJK

Kashmir’s former chief minister Farooq Abdullah says whether India likes it or not, they will have to talk to Pakistan. Indian National Conference Chief Farooq Abdullah, last week, while addressing party workers in Uri area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district,

Beyond the ban on cattle slaughter

By: D John Chelladurai The increase in the population of economically unviable cattle is a sure threat not only to the dairy economy but more detrimentally to forestry, grasslands and also our urban facilities.  What we urgently need alongside is

All’s not well in the Indian Army

By: Happymon Jacob A military force with sharp internal divisions and discontent in the ranks has far-reaching national security implications. It’s time the defence establishment got its act together. The ‘controversial’ appointment of the new Indian Army chief who assumed

The new great game as it unfolds

Geopolitical interests in Southern Asia are complex India must keep evaluating the US grand strategy Southern Asia is all set to witness the unfolding of several new geopolitical gambits. The U.S. appears to have found a new strategic balance in the

“Wipe the Soviet Union off the Map”

The planning of nuclear war  against the Soviet Union started in 1945  204 atomic bombs against 66 major cities, US nuclear attack against USSR planned during World War II when America and the Soviet Union were allies By: Prof.  Michel Chossudovsky

USA-led ‘Quad’ New Delhi keeps options open at road show

Asia’s ‘Quad’ is back for the first time since 2007. Senior officials from the United States, Japan, India, and Australia met in Manila on Saturday on the sidelines of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and East Asia Summits to

APEC signals US’ waning influence in Asia

If the APEC forum ever provided a testing ground to estimate how far the United States can resuscitate American power in Asia, the summit meeting in Da Nang signals that it is going to be a long haul, if at