Umar Waqar

  • As I write this piece, the Taliban have already initiated their spring offensive against ISIS and the Afghan Security Forces (ASF), but the important aspect that needs a comprehensive understanding is that today, they are doing this with a subtle nod from Uncle Sam and associates. The peace link ...

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  • It’s a make or break situation for EU (European Union) after Boris Johnson winning Westminster and the threat of Nazism entering European politics. Prominent media pundits and IR experts are building up different analyses over the recent elections in the UK and how it will shape the ongoing ...

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  • It was a coincidence of historical proportions when Supreme Court of India (SCI) chose to announce the verdict (reserved a month back) on 9th November, same day the Kartarpur Corridor was inaugurated by PM Imran Kahn in full media glare. Land expansion of Kartarpur from 5 acres of original land to ...

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  • Thuingaleng Muivah, the Chief of National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NCNS), in a recent interview with East Mojo digital channel, has roared with no mincing of words. “Ours is ours and there is theirs, we are not asking for anything from India as Nagas were never part of Indian Union, ...

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  • In the last two weeks Pakistan has witnessed tectonic changes within her political dynamics. The never touchables, (Zardaris and Sharifs) as well as fifth columnists operating within the state infrastructure have faced the brunt of the new accountability drive in Pakistan. Imran Khan’s ...

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  • The unfortunate incident of PTM assault on an army check post in North Waziristan has come in the back drop of Iftar held at Bilawal House in Islamabad, where PTM stalwarts like Ali Wazir and Mohsin Dawar were encouraged to make statements against the state. Was there a connection between the two ...

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  • One of the biggest problems India is facing today is the saffronisation of its education. From science to historical facts, almost every aspect of the old India is being changed in order to fit the changing perceptions of the current polity and younger generation; an aspect which failed terribly in ...

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