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Journey Downhill

Forbes magazine has pronounced Russian President Vladimir Putin as the most powerful man in the world, leaving US president Barack Obama trailing behind. Surprised at...

Mercifully And Finally, The Death Of Illusion

Pakistan’s problems are unfixable, my considered opinion after working journalism’s fields for over 30 years. Not that the problems are complicated or unique. They...

Peace In Syria?

THE Russo-American accord on the destruction of chemical weapons in Syria, arrived at in Geneva last month, suggests three scenarios. The immediate one is covered by the...

A Changing Gambit

Events have moved far too fast. Syria is off the radar and almost forgotten. Bashar al-Assad will stay, minus his chemical weapons – which is kind of okay. This also...

Who Are The Russians?

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Russian federation found itself facing the question of whether it was the successor and legitimate heir to the Soviet Union...

Syria In Imperial Sights

The Arab League has urged the UN and the world to take measures against Syria. Urging on the UN for taking ‘deterrent’ steps against Syria means to contrive...

The Jewish Vote

According to the Election Commission of Pakistan, there are around 800 Jewish voters registered in Pakistan out of which 427 are women and 382 men. This statistic seems...

Our Russian Dreams

Diplomacy runs on two legs: economics and military-strategic. Russia does not produce anything – other than attack helicopters and military airplanes – that would be...

Putin’s Snub

Anyone who has stood in an infinitely protracted CNG queue or turned their stove’s gas knob on in vain on a frigid winter morning knows the extent of gas trouble in...

Learning From The Jews

Germany, France, the US and even Russia cannot take a single political, economic, strategic or military decision that hurts Israel, or the Jews. The Holocaust has no...

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