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Dec 09, 2018
Imran Khan's no 'hired gun' remark just another ploy to ensure US continues feeding Pakistan armyImran Khan is not about to let go of the hand which feeds Pakistan state and its army. After running to China, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Malaysia for financial assistance, Islamabad is now back at its old game of squeezing the US for whatever it can get
Nov 22, 2018
Jamal Khashoggi killing: Donald Trump may be forced to change West Asia policy as pressure mounts to rein in Saudi regimeWith US allies, including the EU, gesturing at the need for strong action, possibly including sanctions on Saudi Arabia, and the US intelligence community and Congress ranged against him, the least Donald Trump may have to agree to is a more nuanced approach in West Asia
Nov 09, 2018
Facebook claims it has removed more than 14 mn pieces of terror-related contentAccording to Facebook, the new machine learning tools have reduced the amount of time terrorist content — reported by its users stays on the platform
Nov 05, 2018
Russia strives to end Afghanistan conflict with olive branch to Taliban, but faces roadblocks of cold US response, unreliable PakistanThe biggest challenge in conflict resolution in Afghanistan has been Pakistan’s duplicitous policy.
Oct 26, 2018
JuD, FIF no longer in list of banned outfits in Pakistan, Hafeez Saeed's counsel tells court, terms ban anti-constitutionalUnited Nations designated terrorist and 26/11 Mumbai Attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed's Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) and Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) are no longer mentioned in the list of banned outfits after a presidential ordinance that prohibited them under a UN resolution lapsed
Oct 17, 2018
US conducts largest air strike in two years against Somalian militants, kills 60 Al-Shabaab fightersThe United States conducted its largest airstrike in nearly two years against militants in Somalia, killing about 60 Al-Shabaab fighters, the US military has said.
Oct 16, 2018
Militants continue to occupy buffer zone around Syria's Idlib as deadline to leave rebel stronghold passesThe radical fighters were supposed to withdraw from the buffer as a final condition to implementing a Russian-Turkish deal to stave off a regime offensive on the northwestern region of Idlib. The accord hung in the balance on the early hours of Monday, seven years into a grinding civil war that has killed more than 360,000 people and displaced millions.
Oct 07, 2018
India defies unilateral US injunctions, prioritises strategic interests by maintaining commercial ties with IranThe Indian government has for once shown itself to be both courageous and independent in its dealings with other nations by defying unilateral ukases issued by the United States (US).
Oct 04, 2018
Donald Trump's South Asia policy hard on Pakistan but seeks to use India to counter China; Afghanistan remains challengeIn the days to come, the Trump administration’s actions vis-à-vis the United States’ ‘forever war’ will determine the novelty of Trump’s New South Asia strategy.
Sep 24, 2018
Facing challenges of jihadism and deep-rooted corruption, Maldives needs more than a poll to get back from the brinkThe soldiers of jihad in the Maldives are improbable recruits to the ranks of the pious: drawn from powerful street gangs, many discovered Islam in prison, are mentored by fundamentalist clerics protected by the regime and put to work by its enemies.