Pakistan does not want to match the Indian nuclear arsenal, but will do all it can to keep its deterrence credible, says a nuclear expert. "We are not talking of parity, we are looking for proportionality, we are looking for survivable second strike capability," Pakistan's former ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva Zamir Akram said. Read the report in the Dawn. Rediff.com, 1 week ago
The Russian Embassy in Kabul has refuted allegations made by some Afghan officials regarding the alleged support of Moscow to the Taliban group.According to a statement by the Russian Embassy, some senior Afghan officials are accusing Russia of supporting the ...Business Standard, 2 weeks ago Kabul to push Russia to bring Taliban to peace talks Sify, 3 weeks ago Russia denies supplying Taliban after NATO claim Prokerala, 1 month ago Russian foreign ministry says ready to cooperate with NATO in Afghanistan - TASS Reuters, 2 months ago
Reacting to Russia supporting Taliban's calls for withdrawal of foreign troops from the country, Afghanistan said that Kabul has the sovereignty to decide the matter and that no one else has the right to dictate terms or issue instructions regarding the same.catchnews.com, 3 weeks ago
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