Monthly Archives: July 2018

Imran bowls out opposition, but faces bouncers

By Ameen Izzadeen Dubbed by the losers as the dirtiest election in Pakistan’s tryst with democracy, Wednesday’s parliamentary and provincial assembly polls were in many respects significant, for they have redrawn Pakistan’s political landscape for cohabitation between civilian and military … Continue reading

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War agenda behind Trump’s demand to NATO

By Ameen Izzadeen United States President Donald Trump is a liability to the transatlantic defence cooperation that started with the US entry into World War 1 and evolved into a formal treaty after World War II. The US entry was … Continue reading

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Indo-Pacific Command a threat to peace in Indian Ocean

By Ameen Izzadeen On May 31st this year, at a solemn ceremony in Hawaii, the United States military renamed its Pacific Command as the “Indo-Pacific Command”. The move, though significant in many respects, has not generated as much debate as … Continue reading

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