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House of feud

By Zahid Hussain IT is not unusual for the opposition to create a rumpus in parliament, but the spectacle of the treasury benches disrupting a session is shocking. Almost a week into the budget session, the National Assembly has yet to initiate the debate on the finance bill. Such rowdiness …

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Electoral dangers

By Javed Jabbar IN 2019, at least three nations justifiably praised for their strong democratic records have also become dangerous democracies. India, Israel and the US are dissimilar in several respects, yet all have a common feature: each poses threats — internally to many who reside in them, and externally …

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Target: Iran?

By Mahir Ali IRAN raised the stakes in its game of chicken with the United States this week by announcing its intention for uranium enhancement beyond what is permitted under the nuclear deal concluded in 2015. At the same time, it suggested that it would change its mind about violating …

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The republicans’ fears of reducing the popularity of Trump

By: Saeed Sobahni However, important news has recently been published in the US! The news that Trump’s entourage are also concerned about the decline in US President’s popularity in key states. In other hands, After the Biden official announcement of the 2020 presidential election, many Democrat voters prefer to vote …

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The budget needs ownership

By: Khaleeq Kiani True to its word to the International Monetary Fund, the PTI’s new economic team has rolled out an apparently aggressive revenue plan for the next fiscal year beginning July 1. The budget 2019-20 has committed to deliver 0.6 per cent of primary balance, notwithstanding the highest ever …

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Why should Europe get away from the White House?

By: Hanif Ghaffari On the other hand, if the Nationalist parties are more likely to be at the head of the political and executive equations of the European countries, the future of the European Union and the eurozone will face a crisis. In such a situation, European countries will have …

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The equation is clear, mediation has no meaning!

  By: Hanif Ghaffari The main question is whether the Japanese prime minister can play the role of a “mediator” in this equation? In other words, is the use of the term “mediation” correct at this time point? The answer to this question is not positive! The fact is that …

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Who benefits most of suspicious attacks on oil tankers, tensions in PG?

By: Payman Yazdani A look at the tensions going on around the world including the Middle East and Persian Gulf region, East Europe, Venezuela all indicate that these tensions originate from the US administration’s unilateral unlawful measures. The White House’s unlawful withdrawal from the Iran’s nuclear deal (JCPOA), designation of …

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The White House promotional campaign against Iran is defeated

By: Mohammad Ghaderi The reality is that the propaganda squad and the psychological warfare of US officials against Iran will fail this time. Recent statements by Mike Pompeo show that the US Secretary of State has been involved in a craft that he and other members of the White House …

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No escape from the past

By Asha’ar Rehman THE prime minister has come up with a fresh statement of intent. The war against the corrupt rulers of Pakistan will continue to be the basic cause, the rallying cry of his march forward in the coming days. Apparently for reasons of brevity, he has specifically chosen …

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