War on Terror

An Overview of Bumpy Pak-US Relations

by Brig Asif Haroon Raja Historically Pak-US relationship has always been marked by convergence and divergence of national interests that kept on switching from friendship to friction. The US gained more during the times of convergence of interests but periods of divergence outweighed the former. Although Pakistan earned the title …

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Drone warfare: Drones is Personal War for Obama

US President Barack Obama has broken all the record of human rights by extrajudicial killings of the innocent people through CIA-operated drone attacks which are part of his counterterrorism operations in Afghanistan, Somalia and Yemen in general and Pakistan in Particular. Speakers and participants of a seminar were unanimous in …

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North Waziristan Operation: Enough is Enough

by Sajjad shaukat During her visit to Islamabad in October, 2011, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton agreed with Pakistan’s stance, saying, “Now US is realising that launching new military operation in North Waziristan does not suit Pakistan’s situation.” Replying to a question that the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) was involved …

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America’s objectives in Afghanistan post 2014

by Brig Asif Haroon Raja No sooner Barack Obama sat in the seat of president he started to growl at Pakistan. He stated that US forces would carry out unilateral action inside FATA whenever actionable intelligence was available. Propaganda war was stepped up to malign Pakistan’s institutions and drone war accelerated …

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Drone Attacks Damage the US Interests

By Sajjad Shaukat At this sensitive moment, when Pak-US diplomats were negotiating a complex issue of restoring the NATO supply routes across Pakistan to Afghanistan in wake of the heightening political noise inside the country, US accelerated CIA-operated drone attacks, killing more than 50 people in North Waziristan. After a …

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