Tag Archives: Philip Giraldi

By Philip Girladi:
Last Friday’s American veto of the United Nations Security Council resolution that would have called Israeli settlement activity on the West Bank illegal was not only shameful, it was possibly the low point of the already foundering Obama presidency. To be sure, United States UN Ambassador Susan Rice accompanied the veto with a stirring rendition of “I’ll cry tomorrow” as she described how the Obama White House really is opposed to the settlements.

By Kourosh Ziabari:
As an Iranian, you have a right to be outraged by what happened but the Embassy seizure was also outrageous. The U.S. response was, as it often is, disproportional and I am ashamed of my government’s support of wars to fix political disputes. Philip Giraldi

An Age Old Tradition, For Its Failures, The Stronger Passes On The Buck To Weaker Brig Asif Haroon Raja The US is deeply concerned that Haqqani network based in North Waziristan (NW) is killing American soldiers in Afghanistan. It complains that the militants have safe havens in FATA which seriously jeopardizes US efforts to defeat […]

Obama Must Not Be A Tool To Promote The Indo-Israeli Agenda The US Should Not Be Unnerved on Nuclear Deal between China and Pakistan   By Sajjad Shaukat During Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardar’s recent visit to Beijing, Pakistan and China reaffirmed to strengthen strategic ties and took concrete measures to further bring their people […]

INDIA IS MORE BRUTAL THAN ISRAEL By Dr. Raja Muhammad Khan There are strong reports that over the worsening security situation in Kashmir, arose due wide spread protests by Kashmiris against the growing Indian atrocities; Indian Government is seriously thinking to impose the Governor Rule in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. In this regards, […]

By Brig Asif Haroon Raja While the US leadership is desperate for peaceful resolution of Afghan imbroglio and a face-saving formula guaranteeing safe exit, it doesn’t have any road map. Half-baked plans lacking in sincerity of purpose are bound to boomerang. The US of late has slightly tilted towards Pakistan since no other player in […]

New Dynamics Are In Place India cannot fathom the new ground realities By Moin Ansari As Tomas Kunh said a long time ago “The paradigm has shifted, and when the paradigm shifts, everything goes back to zero”. The world watched (pun intended) aghast as the Swiss watch making industry was decimated by an electronic watch […]

By Bashir Syed Inept and corrupt leadership is one part of the problem that Pakistan is facing; the temptation and pressures of globalization is the other factor that has had its adverse affects is the GLOBALIZATION, that like a “World Wide Web,” had the third world countries in its web. Pakistan was a priority target […]

Brig Asif Haroon Raja It is now an established fact that no South Asian state has ever indulged in covert operations or cross border terrorism against its neighbors. The only culprit is India which resorts to this evil practice against all its neighbors, be it Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan, China and Myanmar. […]

SUCKING BLOOD FROM STONES By Brig Samson Simon Sharraf The progress of a country’s revenue generation directly depends on the growth of its economy and the fairness of its tax collectors to deliver. However, at the broadest and lowest level of this enforcement lie a mass of people with different ideas, idiosyncrasies, historical traditions and […]

A Well Orchestrated Defaming Campaign By Dr. Raja Muhammad Khan “The allegations are baseless,” Pakistan and its security setup, perhaps thought this brief, succinct, and patent elucidation enough in response to the 22 pages, Matt Waldman’s research report on, “The Sun in the Sky: The relationship between Pakistan’s ISI and Afghan Insurgents,” published by Crisis […]