Tag Archives: PAF

A Moment of Introspection for India and Pakistan

The current calm in tensions between both the neighbors at this point in time provides an opportunity for soul searching for both India and Pakistan. India must ask the question why Kashmiris feel so deeply alienated and are ready to die. Pakistan must ask the question whether the militants allegedly operating from its soil have become an albatross around its neck. Pakistan also needs to ask how these militants and proscribed groups are undermining the Kashmiris’ just cause.

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Great Guns

What does Pakistan need these F16s for? And why is the Obama administration ready ignore protests by India, which the US president had so far been calling a natural ally? Does it really reflect a new sense of justice towards Pakistan by a hitherto-skeptical United States? And what did India really want to achieve by publicly sharing its displeasure?

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Pakistan: Spirits of 1965

Pakistan must take the Indian COAS Gen. Dalbir Singh’s threat of a “short, limited” war seriously and be prepared, even though war should be Islamabad’s last option.

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A Crucial Phase in Pakistan’s War Against Terrorism

Appeasement is not an option, terrorism cannot be wished away – and certainly not by good faith and misplaced logic when your brutal antagonists pursue their living by your deaths. There is only one solution to Pakistan's terrorist problem, and that is to eliminate it.

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