Tag Archives: Pakistan

America Now Solves Problems with Troops, Not Diplomats

The U.S. is seen as a threat not simply because it has expanded its use of armed force abroad over time, but because at the same time it has abrogated a number of its own core principles of legitimacy, claims one researcher.

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Where Did Gold Come From: Black Holes, Aztecs And The Gods

From Ancient Egypt to the U.S. Treasury its history is one of war, death, love and prosperity.

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View from Europe: Trump’s Ukrainegate Could Help Ukraine

The US president's impeachment process ensures Ukraine stays on the radar of Americans - and this may work to Ukraine's advantage.

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Could President Trump be Impeached and Convicted?

Given the timing of an impeachment vote in the House and a Senate trial, a verdict could be rendered with the 2020 general election campaign in full swing, or even between Election Day and inauguration. This would create serious doubt and deep division about whether a president removed from office could legitimately take the oath of office again.

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Pakistan: Hazards of Fighting Corruption

In a society where people are judged according to what property they own or what they wear and what care they drive it seems to many that what they earn by honest work is not enough to quench the thirst for ‘more’.

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India’s Modi Pushing South Asia into War, Chaos

Modi and his hawkish followers did their best to divert the attention of the international community from the Kashmir crisis and isolate Pakistan. But they utterly failed.

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Lebensraum in Reverse – Modi Hitlerian Apprentice

Germany went to war against the Soviet Union mainly for “Lebensraum” (living room), territory needed for its national development. Modi is creating Lebensraum in reverse, pushing the minority population mainly Muslims, out to create space for the Hindu population. It will be interesting to see how Hasina Wajid deals with this, after all the deportees will have nowhere to go but Bangladesh.

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How TV Cameras Influence Candidates’ Debate Success

People who watch the debates should be vigilant about how their opinions are being influenced not just by what they hear from the candidates, but how they see them on the screen.

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Post-9/11 : Pakistan’s War on Terrorism

From Swat Operation of 2009 to Operation Zarb-i-Azb of 2014 and from state’s conventional theory of deep assets to current counter extremism narrative, Matrix Media takes a deep look at Pakistan’s first decade of fighting terrorism.

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Don’t Ignore Serious Non-military Threats to US National Security

If the United States is to remain a leading world power into the future, it must continue to be economically productive and competitive on the world stage in ways beyond military firepower.

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