Karamatullah K Ghori

  • Cassandras are having a field-day as far as the future of United States-Pakistan relations is concerned. Theyre saying that epitaph on the tombstone of these relations has already been written; it was done last November 26. That was the day North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Nato) forces from ...

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  • After days of wrangling, leaders of the main political parties of Iraq agreed on August 2 to hand a joint mandate to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to negotiate with the United States on whether some Americans troops will stay on in Iraq to "train" Iraqi forces beyond the end of this year. United ...

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  • What has long been rued by all and sundry as a trust deficit between the United States and Pakistan - supposedly allies in the war on terror - now threatens to bring down the whole edifice of the cooperation that the civil and military leaders of the two countries have painstakingly built and tried ...

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  • When the head of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) directorate of the Pakistan military makes a clean breast, as he did on June 21, that a serving brigadier of the army at the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi is in detention on charges of having links with an extremist religious ...

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  • Where does one draw the line between a devoted journalists right to sift the truth from fiction and report, and an assassins bloodlust to silence him? The kidnapping and murder of Asia Times Onlines Pakistan bureau chief, Syed Saleem Shahzad, only days after he had exposed a possible link between ...

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