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China can play important role in bringing peace to Afghanistan: Khalilzad
Afghanistan Times

China can play important role in bringing peace to Afghanistan...

News Detail AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: China can play an important role in bringing lasting peace to Afghanistan, said Zalmay Khalilzad, former ambassador of the United States to Afghanistan. He said that China by joining hands with the United ... Afghanistan Times, 2 months ago

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Afghanistan Times, 2 months ago

Serious economic and security stakes force Chinese action in Afghanistan after US withdrawal

Kabul, Nov.24 (ANI) With the fast approaching deadline of 31st December for the withdrawal of U.S. and NATO forces from Afghanistan, the nervousness is rising by the day among security outfits and the general population of Afghanistan. The ...
 NetIndia123.com1 month ago AFGHANISTAN: Security  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago Afghanistan, Five Years On  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago Securing Baghdad  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago

As U.S. Slowly Exits Afghanistan, Communist China Steps In

Rather than "making the world safe for democracy," Washington, D.C., seems to be doing a much better job at making the world safe for the tyrants in Beijing. With most U.S. troops supposedly on the verge of leaving the dubious new Afghan regime to ...
 New American1 month ago
Global Research

Afghanistan: A Dangerous Projection of Presidential Inauguration

The inauguration of the new president of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, was accompanied by a series of terrorist attacks in Kabul near the international airport, Kabul University, and the compound of government buildings. But of course the ...
 Global Research2 months ago

Where have all the flowers gone?

Ever since US Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage threatened to bomb Pakistan to the stone age unless it joined the post 9/11 global war on terror, Pakistan has faced an existential tragedy of choice. It was being called upon to kill the ...
 The Friday Times3 days ago Peshawar school song: Where have all …  Yahoo! India1 week ago

Why European Muslims turn to jihad

Islamists protest in London, November 2013. Peter Marshall/Demotix Eurojihad: Patterns of Islamist Radicalisation and Terrorism in Europe by Angel Rabasa and Cheryl Benard (Cambridge University Press, £21.99) At the mosque recently an old ...
 Prospect2 weeks ago

PM Modi's control over party and government grows

Satish Misra 07 November 2014 Analysis The rise of Narendra Modi from the Gujarat chief ministerial chair to that of the prime minister of the world's largest democracy within a short period of 18 months as a phenomenon is being studied, ...
 Observer India1 month ago

Did the US turn a blind eye to the Taliban till...

Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir's remarks about Benazir Bhutto, Robin Raphel and the Taliban, published in the Indian Express newspaper some weeks ago, Kolkata's The Telegraph newspaper reported on Sunday, provoked the investigation of the controversial American diplomat whose home and office were searched by the FBI last week. Twelve years ago, in a column published on, Hamid Mir, who escaped an assassination attempt in Pakistan in April, made stunning revelations about America, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago India 'link' to Raphel fall  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

IRAQ: Iran's Involvement

loading... Author: Sharon Otterman May 15, 2003 This publication is now archived. Iran, a Shiite Islamic theocracy to Iraq's east, would clearly like to exercise considerable influence over the new government of Iraq. But experts disagree ...
 Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago Iran's Goals in Iraq  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago

Iraq's Reconstruction Ailments

loading... Author: Lionel Beehner November 9, 2005 This publication is now archived. The reconstruction of Iraq has been hampered by a number of hurdles, including government bureaucracy, corruption, and security concerns, according to an ...
 Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago How will Iraq's October 15 referendum work?  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago U.S. Intervention in Iraqi Politics  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago Iraq's Insurgency After Zarqawi  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago
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