Endless Movement of Kashmir By Sajjad Shaukat

  India claims that Kashmir movement has slowed down and the situation is returning towards normalization. But since the partition of the Sub-continent, after passing through various faces, this war of Kashmir’s liberation has become an endless movement which continues unabated. As regards the latest phase of Indian state terrorism, …

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Baloch Separatists’ Foreign Connections By Sajjad Shaukat

  Although Pakistan’s security forces have successfully been coping with the Taliban militants in the tribal areas, yet situation has deteriorated in Balochistan where subversive events like targeted killings, attacks on buildings, oil pipelines etc. have intensified. In fact, with the tactical support of the US and Israel, India have …

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Uniting against the Foreign Enemies By Sajjad Shaukat

  At present, Pakistan and its security forces are facing suicide attacks, bomb blasts, sectarian violence and targeted-killings coupled with intermittent battles with the militants. Besides many innocent persons, more than three thousand military soldiers and police men have become martyrs in this different war in maintaining the integrity of …

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Drone Attacks Sabotage the US Interests By Sajjad Shaukat

  In one of the major drone attacks, more than 40 civilians and policemen were killed when on March 18 this year, an unmanned US aircraft fired four missiles into a building in Datta Khel area of North Waziristan. Although drone attacks have continued intermittently on Pakistan’s tribal areas in …

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India’s Water War against Pakistan By Sajjad Shaukat

  On March 22 every year, World Water Day is being celebrated on global level, focusing attention on the world’s water crisis as well as the solutions to address it. In this context, with reference to India and Pakistan, the issue of water needs special notice.   Notably, since the …

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No Pressure: Pak-US Mutual Dependence By Sajjad Shaukat

  In the recent months, there has been pressure from the US that Pakistan should launch a military operation in North Waziristan. Particularly, after Faisal Shahzad attempted to bomb Times Square in New York on May 1 this year, this pressure increased. US President Barrack Obama dispatched White House National …

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Pak-US Mutual Interests Sajjad Shaukat

  It is owing to Pak-US mutual interests that regarding the issue of Raymond Davis, on March 1, this year, while urging lawmakers earlier not to reduce US aid, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told the House Foreign Affairs Committee that our assistance to Pakistan, a nuclear-armed nation with …

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‘Different War’ against Pakistan By Sajjad Shaukat

  Unlike the past wars, being fought between two sovereign state actors through the traditional armies with tanks and machine guns, the arena of war has changed. In the ongoing era, non-state actors have made it difficult for the military to serve alone as the automatic dominant sphere in every …

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Who are behind Shahbaz Bhatti’s Murder? By Sajjad Shaukat

  In wake of continued terrorist acts in Pakistan, on March 2 this year the cold-blooded murder of the country’s Federal Minister for Minorities Affairs, Shahbaz Bhatti has intensified the debate that as to who are behind his assassination. Although Tehrik-e-Taliban-Pakistan, a militant group has taken the responsibility of Shabaz’s …

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Why India-pak Dialogue Fails?

  Recently, India and Pakistan have decided to resume the dialogue process through their home secretaries who will hold talks on March 28 and 29 on a host of issues including the progress in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks and culprits of the Samjhota Express blast. In this regard, Islamabad …

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