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Security mosaic

By Mohammad Ali Babakhel INTERNAL security is an essential element of national security. The Quaid said, a government is responsible for maintaining order and protecting life and property, and religious belief. Provincialism, sectarianism and ethnic divisions have led to different phases of violence but a well-articulated internal security policy couldn’t …

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Saudi media’s effort to derail Astana process

By: Zahra Mirzafarjouyan Iran and Turkey are two neighbors with extensive political, economic and cultural ties that have strengthened Tehran-Ankara relations. Sometimes, though, the policies of the two countries differ on a particular issue. It is natural that a government official or the media of the two countries criticize the …

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Why does Trump beg mediators?

By Ehsan Baqeri According to a Pakistani source, Prime Minister Imran Khan will travel to Iran and Saudi Arabia to mediate between Tehran and Riyadh. Also during their meeting on the sidelines of UN General Assembly in New York in late September, Khan accepted Trump’s request for mediation between Tehran …

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How an Iqbal poem got a Muslim headmaster suspended in India

By Sanjay Kumar It no longer shocks us in India. Prejudice and bigotry have become such a part of our existence that it no longer pricks our conscience when a lynching takes place, when a Muslim is humiliated for their way of life, when an overwhelming majority of television stations …

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Middle East to be safer without US

By: Ali Shamkhani 1. Three clear remarks by senior US officials in the past two months reveal some truths which the country’s governing body previously lacked the courage to accept and express. 2. After Yemeni Ansarullah’s drone attack on Aramco oil facilities in Saudi Arabia and in response to Saudi …

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Turkey Syria offensive: Trump’s week of confusion over US policy

By Anthony Zurcher During a television interview this week, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US did not give a “green light” for Turkey to launch strikes against Kurdish forces in northern Syria. The mixed messages from President Donald Trump over the course of this week, however, tell a …

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Continuous duality by Washington

By: Mohammad Ghaderi The US Special Representative for Iran, Brian Hook, claimed in an interview with Alhurra recently that Iran should decide between its economy or talks with the United States. The official has called Trump’s policies against Iran “diplomatic” and that Trump has acted so “generously” in this regard! …

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The way forward

By Afzal Ali Shigri BASED on a colonial policing system modelled on the Irish constabulary, the Police Act of 1861 furnished Pakistan with a police structure geared towards maintaining public order. This colonial law remained in place up until 2002. During this period, almost 30 reports on police reforms were …

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The Kashmir Issue Explained

By Umar Masood Over the past seven decades, around 1.5 billion people are facing an uncertain crisis of Kashmir that has affected them with multiple wars, economic slowdown, and social issues. This single yet significant issue has seen several ups and downs in coming very close to be resolved at …

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Northern Syria has been a graveyard of failed US policies

By WA’EL ALZAYAT Partnering with Turkey’s enemy to defeat Daesh was a politically convenient workaround that has come back to haunt the US. A peculiar narrative has emerged following US President Donald Trump’s controversial announcement that the US would pull troops out of northeast Syria and allow Turkey to move …

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