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'Al-Qaeda using US preoccupation with Islamic State to spread to India'
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'Al-Qaeda using US preoccupation with Islamic State to spread ...

Bruce Hoffman, Director Center for Security Studies at Georgetown University said, "AlQaida "had been preparing to spread its ideology to India." DNA, 1 week ago
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Al-Qaeda using US preoccupation with IS to spread to India The Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago

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India, US share common belief that Pakistan is a problem for both: Georgetown University expert

A leading American expert on security affairs Dr Christine Fair, Associate Professor at the Georgetown University has said that India and the United States have a shared belief that Pakistan is a problem for both. In an article for the warontherocks.com web ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago US, India share belief that Pakistan is a problem for both: Georgetown University expert  Business Standard2 months ago
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US Professor blasts UK tabloid for one-sided story

The Daily Mail had written a piece that C Christine Flair, a professor from Georgetown University, had a meltdown after her Muslim colleague voted for Donald Trump
 DNA1 month ago
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U.S.-Afghan policy must be secure from Pakistan's efforts to destabilize Kabul: Georgetown Varsity expert

Fair, Associate Professor in the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, has opined that the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump would need to deepen its relations with Iran to ensure ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Think tanks advice Trump to 'use packages to lure Pakistan into changing policies'

A report compiled by a dozen U.S. think-tanks and universities has suggested that designating Pakistan as a state sponsor of terrorism is unwise in the first year of the Donald Trump administration, but should be kept as an option for the longer term.The ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Trump shouldn't view Pakistan as ally, must 'scare' them to stop their support to terrorism: Report  DNA2 weeks ago Under President Trump, U.S. must be willing to declare Pakistan state sponsor of terrorism: Leading American expert  Sify2 months ago
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Why Indians vote for dons and criminals

'The voter thinks that the State is not going to impartially deliver services, provide justice, basic law and order, social insurance -- so as a voter it's very rational that I may choose a criminal who will help me navigate the State.''A weak State allows a criminal politician to be the person who provides that guarantee to mediate whatever problem the citizen has with the State.'   IMAGE: Anurag Kashyap's film Gangs of Wasseypur memorialises criminals with lengthy records as politicians.
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How would resolving Kashmir stop Taliban, asks former Pak envoy

Questioning Pakistan's decades-old Kashmir policy, a former top envoy of the country has said even resolving the issue would unlikely address the challenge of terrorism, sectarian conflict or the Taliban abandoning its goal of establishing an "old Islamic order" in Afghanistan. "Even if Kashmir is resolved how would that end sectarian terrorism, because sectarian terrorism is about killing people who do not have same religious sect as you have. How would resolving Kashmir stop the Taliban, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Former Pak envoy to US questions Islamabad's Kashmir policy  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Trump won't shy away from acting against Pakistan

'Even if someone other than Trump had become president, the US distancing from Pakistan and coming closer to India was already set in motion.''With Trump openly declaring his intent to take on Islamic extremism, the days of US political correctness are over,' says Colonel (Dr) Anil A Athale (retd).Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com I have been a regular visitor to the United States since 1991 and been interacting with Washington-based think-tanks, American government functionaries and ...
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China losing patience with Pak over Azhar?

Even as China on Tuesday once again blocked a proposal by the United States to designate Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) Chief Masood Azhar a global terrorist, there is a visible discomfort now in Beijing on repeatedly bailing out Pakistan at the United Nations (UN) ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Appeals court to hear arguments on Trump's travel ban

The Trump administration will return to court Tuesday to argue it has broad authority over national security and to demand reinstatement of a travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries that stranded refugees, triggered protests and handed the young ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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