Monthly Archives: February 2021

Indian weapons buildup and regional stability

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By Mirza Kashif Baig India is doing everything in its power to establish its dominance in the region. The truth of the matter is that Indian reality in terms of the internal political situation and the rise of Rashteria Sewak

Indian-origin Americans in the Biden Admin will worsen things for India

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By Bharat Karnad Joseph Biden takes over as the new US President tomorrow. It won’t be long before the ridiculous South Asian media and, in particular, Indian newspapers, TV channels and the like, begin tom-tomming the appointment on the Biden

‘Farmers won’t let India become slaves’

Farmers Protest at Delhi-Meerut Expressway

By Prasanna D. Zore ‘On one side you have the farmers of India and on the other side are few corporate families.’ ‘Unfortunately, those holding the levers of power today are more sympathetic towards these corporate families and helping them

Indian Missile Program: Western Support and Global Implications

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By Mirza Kashif Baig Currently India has become one of the biggest threats to regional and global peace. India is a nuclear power with an extremist regime. It is a personification of the statement ‘nukes in the hands of extremists.’

Indian Hegemonic design and Quad

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By Nusrat Mirza Many Western writers in the past were talking about different types of terrorism just to pressurize Pakistan and keep it under control so that it could not look towards other than USA. Sometime USA described that Terrorism

Kashmir & Palestine A similar story

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By T N Ninan The people in both places have lived in a state of denial, refusing to accept the bald fact that resorting to violence against an infinitely superior force is suicidal. In the Kashmir Valley, as with Palestine,

The new domestic war on terror is coming

The new domestic war on terror is coming

No speculation is needed. Those who wield power are demanding it. The only question is how much opposition they will encounter By Glenn Greenwald The last two weeks have ushered in a wave of new domestic police powers and rhetoric

Republican ties to extremist groups under scrutiny

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By Luke Broadwater & Matthew Rosenberg The video’s title was posed as a question, but it left little doubt about where the men who filmed it stood. They called it “The Coming Civil War?” and in its opening seconds, Jim

US – Pakistan reset to advance Biden’s Afghan settlement

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By M. K. Bhadrakumar Mark Twain is credited with the saying ‘History never repeats itself, but it does often rhyme.’ The echoes of history resonate as the new US administration prioritises the Afghan problem for policy review. The highlight of

General confirms the US has helped the Taliban by launching drone strikes against ISIS

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By Jeff Schogol The head of U.S. Central Command confirmed on Thursday that the U.S. military has conducted drone strikes on the Islamic State terrorist group to assist the Taliban. “At some times in the past, when the Taliban was