Monthly Archives: November 2022

US Breaks Ice, Russia Thaws

US Breaks Ice,

By M. K. Bhadrakumar Fall ends and winter starts at the moment of the December solstice. But what if the Vernal Equinox arrives instead? In these times of climate change, anything is possible. There are subtle signs. Backyard birds are

A perfect storm in US foreign policy

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By M. K. Bhadrakumar The old adage is that a good foreign policy is the reflection of the national policy. A perfect storm is brewing on the foreign policy front in America triggered by the OPEC decision on Thursday to

Trump’s response to the Nazi democrats

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Here is Donald Trump’s response to the Nazi scum that comprises The Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol. The dumb shit, insouciant Americans who elected these Nazis on this committee are America’s worst enemies.

‘Xi will wait for the Modi government to make the reconciliation moves’

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By Bharat Karnad “The Chinese leadership considers the Galwan surprise a great tactical military success, and wants to wallow in it,” about the screening of the Galwan Valley footage where Indian and Chinese troops fought in June 2020 at the

The Pandora box of Swat’s problems

The Pandora box

By Sami Malik The residents of Swat are no strangers to incidents of terrorism and its spillover effects. At least two million people were displaced from the area in 2009 when the Pakistan Army initiated Operation Rah-e-Rast in a bid

Pakistan-US rapprochement have started new era of relations

Pakistan - US rapprochement

Pakistan’s close relations with China among most important factors in rapprochement with US, say Ameer Abdullah Kahn A new momentum is being observed in relations between Pakistan and the US, which had been deteriorating with the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan,

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Rishi Sunak, A British Indian, becomes UK Next Prime Minister At 42, Rishi Sunak, who is Hindu, is also the youngest prime minister in more than 200 years. For the first time in the United Kingdom’s history, the country is

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Pakistan election commission disqualifies  Ex-PM Imran Khan from public office Pakistan’s elections commission on Friday 21 October 2021, disqualified former Prime Minister Imran Khan on charges of concealing assets. According to the ruling, the PTI chairman won’t be able to

Pakistan – An exemplary Nuclear power

Pakistan’s nuclear program is one of the safest in the world. Despite being a nuclear power, Pakistan has demonstrated more constraint and a higher sense of responsibility when compared with other nuclear powers. There has never been any case of

Going forward in Ukraine

America is left with three options, none of which is ‘propitious’ By M K Bhadrakumar US President Joe Biden spent  with a record number of ‘presidential actions’ but almost all of it devoted to America’s domestic agenda  employment opportunities and