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Third party experiment in choppy waters by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja Created On: 22/Sep/2020 Views: 321 Replies: 0 
In the 73 years political history of Pakistan, the civilians ruled for 40 years and the military for 33 years. While Field Marshal Ayub Khan, Gen ZiauHaq and Gen Musharraf ruled for over 10, 11 and 9 years respectively, no civilian ruler completed his/her 5 year tenure. Prolonged military rules made the senior army officers affluent and they made a place in the privileged club. Frequent military i Click here to read Full Article

Time for Indo-Pakistan Talks. Rejoinder to Praveen Swami by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 8/Aug/2020 Views:316 Replies:0 
Praveen Swami in his apparently innocent and well-meaning article titled ‘The Time might have come for India and Pakistan to talk’ has madedesigned distortions in the recent past history of the two archrivals. Messages have been conveyed in a subtle way under the guise of revival of talks and friendship. The motivation behind writing this article is the floating rumors in India about the possible Click here to read Full Article
Simmering cauldron of South China Sea by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 8/Aug/2020 Views:265 Replies:0 
Washington has a long record of bullying nations to meet its demands, changing regimes and of engaging in illegal wars of aggression in the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa.After the demise of USSR and end of Cold War, the US locked horns with another communist giant China, and is also engaged in neo-colonizing the Muslim world. Zionists and the American-Jewish lobby have been influencin Click here to read Full Article
 
Turbulent 2020 by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 28/Jul/2020 Views:318 Replies:0 
The year 2020 upon which we had pinned high hopes for better days ahead is proving to be another difficult year. The whole world is in a flux and hardly any corner is safe from troubles. End of super power rivalry and the 45 years Cold War should have made the unipolar world under the USA peaceful. Instead, initiation of destructive global war on terror by the crusaders after 9/11 to make the worl Click here to read Full Article
Regional realignments in the offing by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 25/Jul/2020 Views:375 Replies:0 
India reluctantly accepted the Partition plan as a stopgap arrangement under the fond hope that it will not survive beyond six months. To make it happen, Bengal and Punjab were bifurcated, Pakistan’s share of finances and other assets withheld, nine million of destitute refugees forced to migrate from East Punjab and Central India. Soon after the creation of Pakistan in August 1947, while Pakista Click here to read Full Article
 
Indo-Pakistan& Indo-China flare-up Part-3 by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 8/Jun/2020 Views:316 Replies:0 
After illegally occupying two-thirds Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) in 1947, India once again undertook an illegal step on August 5, 2019 to integrate disputed IOK without any provocation by Pakistan and bifurcated it into two Indian Union Territories namely J&K and Ladakh. It provoked both Pakistan and China. The stand-off between China and India in the Himalaya region and confrontation between India and Click here to read Full Article
Indo-Pakistan& Indo-China flare-up Part-2 by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 8/Jun/2020 Views:294 Replies:0 
While Pakistan got duped by assurances given by US-UK and failed to exploit the opportunity in the 1962 Indo-China border conflict to settle the Kashmir dispute, China also missed the opportunity to settle scores with belligerent India in 1999 when Pakistani forces barged into Drass-Kargil in Ladakh. Indo-Sino rivalry Mao Tse Tung described Tibet and Himalayas in 1950 in these words. “Tibet is Click here to read Full Article
 
Indo-Pakistan& Indo-China flare-up Part-1 by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 8/Jun/2020 Views:264 Replies:0 
Indo-Pakistan antagonism India and Pakistan became independent countries in 1947 but India till to-date has not reconciled to Pakistan’s existence. Kashmir which was left behind by the outgoing British as an unfinished agenda of Partition has remained a bone of contention and has bedeviled their relations. India has been defying UN resolutions giving right of self-determination to the Kashmiris o Click here to read Full Article
Glitches after historic peace agreement by Asif Haroon Raja (Part 2)
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 3/Jun/2020 Views:218 Replies:0 
Taliban Seized Power The Taliban regime under Mullah Omar took over power after capturing Kabul in October 1996. It managed to eliminate war lordism, poppy growing and crimes and restore normalcy by introducing strict Sharia. The regime was recognized by Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and UAE. For the first time Pakistan’s western border became safe and the Indian influence in Afghanistan waned. The US Click here to read Full Article
 
Glitches after historic peace agreement by Asif Haroon Raja (Part 1)
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 3/Jun/2020 Views:234 Replies:0 
Taliban Seized Power The Taliban regime under Mullah Omar took over power after capturing Kabul in October 1996. It managed to eliminate war lordism, poppy growing and crimes and restore normalcy by introducing strict Sharia. The regime was recognized by Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and UAE. For the first time Pakistan’s western border became safe and the Indian influence in Afghanistan waned. The US Click here to read Full Article
Change of demography in Kashmir by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 1/Jun/2020 Views:328 Replies:0 
Indo-Pakistan unabated antagonism Kashmir is the unfinished agenda of the Partition in 1947 which was left behind by the British and it has bedeviled Indo-Pakistan relations. The two arch rivals went to war thrice over Kashmir and reached the brink of war several times even when both acquired nuclear capabilities. Armed Kashmiri uprising erupted in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) in summer of 1989 Click here to read Full Article

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