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Pakistan has a Future by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja Created On: 30/Mar/2015 Views: 47 Replies: 0 
Pakistan Thinkers Forum held a seminar at Islamabad Club on March 29, 2015 under the chairmanship of Air Chief Marshal Kaleem Saadat. Lt Gen Naeem Khan Lodhi and Dr. Sultan Bashir Mehmood spoke on the topic “National Solidarity” while I and Prof Dr Anis Ahmed spoke on “Pakistan has a Future”. I will share my presentation in the succeeding paragraphs. Miracle of 20th Century Pakistan emerged as Click here to read Full Article

Overview of Af-Pak region by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 18/Feb/2015 Views:158 Replies:0 
The situation in Afghanistan has been speedily changing in the last few months. After a prolonged standoff in Presidential elections between the two leading aspirants, John Kerry had to ultimately step in to break the stalemate. Dr. Abdullah eventually agreed to cede power to Ashraf Ghani and form a unity government, with himself taking over as CEO. This vital breakthrough was achieved at a critic Click here to read Full Article
Paradigm shift in regional scenario by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 11/Feb/2015 Views:155 Replies:0 
Pakistan and Afghanistan have traditionally had a complicated relationship characterized by mutual suspicion. Northern Alliance heavy Afghan regime under Hamid Karzai had remained heavily tilted towards India and had not only given high preference to India in her internal and external matters but also had adopted a hostile policy towards Pakistan. With the blessing of Washington, Karzai had given Click here to read Full Article
 
2015 demands supreme vigil by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 22/Jan/2015 Views:183 Replies:0 
The perceptible change in regional geo-political dynamics apparently sounding encouraging has provided some respite to the crisis-stricken Pakistan. It has bolstered the spirits of the civil and military leadership of Pakistan and rejuvenated hopes that the year 2015 might prove beneficial for Pakistan. Such ups and downs in moods have been occurring quite frequently during the calamity ridden per Click here to read Full Article
India a regional wild bull by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 19/Jan/2015 Views:187 Replies:0 
India occupies a unique position in the South Asian region by dint of occupying nearly 72 percent of the land surface in South Asia, being a home of 77 percent of the region’s population, and accounting for nearly 75 percent of the regional economic output. It has the third largest Army (1,325,000) in the world and its economy is ranked 10th strongest ($2.0 trillion). Notwithstanding its political Click here to read Full Article
 
Modi living up to his sullied reputation by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 19/Jan/2015 Views:182 Replies:0 
Hindu bigot Narendra Modi, well known for his acute animus towards Indian Muslims and Pakistan and his passion for Hindutva was elected as the PM of India in June 2014 with a heavy mandate. He was eulogized and lionized by Indian media duly backed by western media and all his past sins were pushed under the rug. He was projected as a go-getter and an economic wizard who would once again make India Click here to read Full Article
India’s wicked game in Kashmir by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 15/Jan/2015 Views:206 Replies:0 
Lord Mountbatten, the last Viceroy of Britain in British India was instrumental in sowing the seeds of Kashmir dispute and leaving this as a festering wound and an unfinished agenda of Partition, which has bedeviled Indo-Pakistan relations for nearly seven decades and made South Asia a nuclear flashpoint. But for the treacherous grant of Muslim heavy Gurdaspur to India, the latter had no physical Click here to read Full Article
 
Our judicial system requires revamping by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 9/Jan/2015 Views:206 Replies:0 
Pakistan was pushed into the inferno of war on terror by the imperialist USA after 9/11 with ill-intentions. While roots of terrorism were identified in Afghanistan, the war was surreptitiously diverted into FATA, and then into other parts of Pakistan. All this time debate kept raging among Pakistanis whether it was US war or our war. Irrespective of this debate, the fact is that law enforcing age Click here to read Full Article
US imposed war now our own war by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 6/Jan/2015 Views:216 Replies:0 
Pakistan is burning in the flames of war on terror since 2003. Fratricidal war has claimed 55, 973 human lives and the numbers of injured run into hundreds of thousands. This appalling figure of casualties owing to over 5000 bomb blasts, hundreds of suicide and terrorist attacks surpasses the total fatalities suffered in the 1948, 1965 and 1971 wars and local conflicts with India. While wars/confl Click here to read Full Article
 
Politicians are the biggest enemy of democracy by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 6/Jan/2015 Views:224 Replies:0 
It is being generally opined that repeated takeovers by the military blunted growth of democracy and became the major cause of Pakistan’s sad saga. It must however not be forgotten that all martial laws and military takeovers were legalized by the higher courts and backed by the politicians in opposition and rejoiced by the people. But for the deplorable conduct of the politicians, the Army could Click here to read Full Article
In memory of indomitable Quaid-i-Azam by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 29/Dec/2014 Views:182 Replies:0 
We celebrated 138th birth anniversary of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Founder of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The Muslims of India were fortunate to have him as their guide. His Herculean efforts saved them from permanent bondage to the Hindu majority after the departure of the British. Despite his acute illness, he struggled day and night to not only stave off never ending intrigues and Click here to read Full Article

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