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We are, indeed, in unprecedented times, and we face unprecedented challenges.  Wars and violence have taken a heavy toll in Africa, Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia. Some are labelled as ’war on terror’ others ‘humanitarian wars’ but in our vocabulary wars are wars in all manifestations. The rich are getting richer and the poor poorer: the strong are getting stronger and the weak weaker: the voices of lies are being heard and the voices of truth are being throttled.

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India's Lost Opportunity for Reform: Narendra Modi Falters
by Doug Bandow on 27 Aug, 2015 09:16 pm
India's Lost Opportunity for Reform: Narendra Modi Falters Doug Bandow Senior Fellow, the Cato Institute Last year Narendra Modi won an unusually strong majority in India's parliamentary election. Previously barred from receiving a U.S. visa because of charges that he incited sectarian violence, Modi visited the U.S. last September ...
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by Sanjay Kumar on 27 Aug, 2015 09:12 pm
WHY INDIA CANCELED TALKS The real politics behind India cancelling talks with Pakistan twice in a year Sanjay Kumar There is no doubt about the fact that a well-planned policy is behind the cancellation of the India-Pakistan talks twice within one year on the same issue.  It has nothing to do with peace at the border but pol ...
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by Dawn on 29 Jul, 2015 09:20 am
Gurdaspur attack Editorial — Dawn Jul 29 IT was a startling assault, the first in over a decade, in Indian Punjab and in an area intrinsically linked to the bitterness of Partition and a more recent fraught communal history. Yet, the terrorist attack in Gurdaspur — just a short distance from the working boundary and the Line of Con ...
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by NEWS on 29 Jul, 2015 09:12 am
US urges India, Pakistan to work together WASHINGTON: The United States has once again asked India and Pakistan to work together to resolve their differences, ignoring suggestions that Washington should intervene to end tensions between the two neighbours. “We want to see the conflict and the tension reduced, these are issues that need to be work ...
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Terrorism’s saffron fault line
by Latha Jishnu on 27 Jul, 2015 07:02 am
Terrorism’s saffron fault line Latha Jishnu COLOURS have strong associations and tend to be coded in our psyche. They are linked, sometimes inexorably, to our politics, culture and social biases. The way we respond to people, events and situations is prompted by the colour coding embedded in us, however subtly these triggers might w ...
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Self-defeating attitude of the Taliban
Time to End Military Occupation of Middle East
India at war with itself
Instability in South Asia due to insurgent movements: causes and remedies
The Failure of the Western Way of War

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