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Threat to world court: Trump provokes emergence of dangerous world order

By Ameen Izzadeen Months after United States troops invaded Afghanistan in October 2001, Mazar-i-Sharif earned the notoriety as the city of torture and extrajudicial killings, quite at variance with its worldwide fame as the city of Islamic and Hellenic architectural … Continue reading

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Dictatorship in UN and politicisation of genocide

By Ameen Izzadeen On Monday, the United Nations behaving like Popeye the Sailor after a spinach drink, fired from all cylinders at Myanmar. A damning report by a UN probe team recommended that Myanmar’s military chief Min Aung Hlaing and … Continue reading

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Afghanistan’s bloody mystery: Little progress in war or peace talks

By Ameeen Izzadeen That the United States has still not been able to defeat an enemy much weaker in terms of military resources in a war that is continuing for 17 long years in Afghanistan does not bode well for … Continue reading

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The dangers of Trump’s worldwide trade wars

By Ameen Izzadeen Trade between nations makes them interdependent and lessens the propensity to war. The more trade any two nations have, the more peace will there be between them. Building peace is one of the goals of the World … Continue reading

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Legitimate criticism of Israel is not anti-Semitism

By Ameen Izzadeen When Israel’s Parliament, the Knesset, in the wee hours of July 19 passed a controversial law, declaring that Israel was exclusively a Jewish state, the passage of the bill made headlines but failed to generate much worldwide … Continue reading

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Nightmare of a US-Iran war, oil prices may soar to US$ 250 a barrel

By Ameen Izzadeen When the United States president Donald Trump on Monday said in yet another quirky tweet that he was ready to meet the Iranian leader, the announcement generated hardly any vibe to arouse the excitement of the international … Continue reading

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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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