India’s misplaced jubilation over designation of Masood Azhar as global terrorist

The reaction of Indian intelligentsia clearly suggests that India lost its latest diplomatic battle to isolate Pakistan and designate Pakistani State as sponsor of terrorism. Modi may exploit the illiterate masses for his electioneering, but Pakistan has emerged victor, with Chinese help, totally un-bruised and unscathed. HUSSAIN SAQIB India lost its diplomatic battle at the … More India’s misplaced jubilation over designation of Masood Azhar as global terrorist

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Will it change anything for the Indians?

Modi’s reelection as the prime minister can throw India and the region into political turmoil and instability. India is facing insurgencies and separatist movements in many of its states and Modi’s reelection and continuation of his extremist policies and hegemonic designs can give some boost to these insurgencies and separatist movements. Under a second tenure, … More Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Will it change anything for the Indians?

Who is responsible for national humiliation at Heart of Asia Conference?

The way Sartaj Aziz allowed himself to be treated shows as if our political establishment desperately wanted to embrace this national humiliation to strengthen India’s aggressive posture assumed by Narendra Modi.  HUSSAIN SAQIB  The Heart of Asia Conference held in Amritsar on December 4, 2016 was a disaster not only for Pakistan, but for the very … More Who is responsible for national humiliation at Heart of Asia Conference?

How JuD can sabotage Kashmir’s indigenous struggle for freedom?

Due to its indigenous character, the Wani-triggered movement not only attracted the attention of international community, it also shook the conscience of Indian intelligentsia and people at large. HUSSAIN SAQIB Burhan Muzaffar Wani, a social media warrior of liberation movement of Indian-held Jammu and Kashmir, was martyred in an encounter with occupation army of India … More How JuD can sabotage Kashmir’s indigenous struggle for freedom?

Exercise Shatrujeet, Kulbhushan Yadav and Panama Papers

The exercise is being conducted in Thar desert, the same which on Pakistani side of the border is a living paradise of good governance. HUSSAIN SAQIB The timing of this massive exercise is starkly intriguing. Let’s look at the horizon from New Delhi; Pakistan’s political forces are in total disarray, governance structure is collapsing, those … More Exercise Shatrujeet, Kulbhushan Yadav and Panama Papers

Modi’s visit to Saudi Arabia will remain a non-starter

India’s misplaced hopes to drive some wedge between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are out of touch with ground realities HUSSAIN SAQIB India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Saudi Arabia from April 2, 2016 on special invitation of Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz ibn-Saud. This visit may be very important milestone for India’s diplomacy in … More Modi’s visit to Saudi Arabia will remain a non-starter

RAW should know Balochistan is no East Pakistan of 1971

It’s time Indians come to terms with realities; Balochistan is no East Pakistan of 1971 and Raheel Sharif is no Yahya. HUSSAIN SAQIB Those who are familiar with India’s Kao Plan are hardly surprised at the arrest of Commander Kul Bhoshan Yadav. However, it is for the first time that Pakistani government has shown some … More RAW should know Balochistan is no East Pakistan of 1971

Uncle Sam should worry about Russia and Europe and not Pakistan’s tactical nukes

HUSSAIN SAQIB It is in the news again; and if the source of all news is an editorial of The New York Times, it is almost official. The US is going to broach the issue of Pakistan’s ever-expanding nuclear arsenal, particularly its tactical nuclear weapons, with Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS) during his upcoming … More Uncle Sam should worry about Russia and Europe and not Pakistan’s tactical nukes

Five reasons why the US fans instability in South Asia

Nawaz Sharif’s strategic dialogue will mainly address US fears associated with Pakistan’s tactical nukes HUSSAIN SAQIB While Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is packing his bags for his upcoming US visit and giving final touches to various briefs and talking points, it is increasingly being felt that all is not sugar and honey between the two … More Five reasons why the US fans instability in South Asia

US fails to prove espionage charges against Robin Raphel, a Pro-Pakistan diplomat

India may have lost its case against a pro-Pakistan US diplomat Robin Lynn Raphel but it has not lost hope as its lobbyists are still trying to pursue the case on different charges. US Justice Department has no substantial evidence to prosecute her on charges of spying for Pakistan, as reported by The New York … More US fails to prove espionage charges against Robin Raphel, a Pro-Pakistan diplomat