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The United Nations has accused India of widespread human rights violations in Kashmir in its recent report. Intensifying a crackdown on freedom fighters in Indian Occupied Kashmir before the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit has intensified unrest there. Modi government’s more aggressive policies...

Future of Brexit

February 2, 2019

The quietness of European leaders in the face of recent unrests, points out that they are seriously worried about the future of the European Union. At any rate, defining the relevance between current protests in France and present and future changes in the united Europe has become one of the foremost concerns of political analysts of the European and international affairs....

US eyes Venezuelan oil

February 1, 2019

Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has rightly blamed leaders of the US Empire for conspiring to get their hands on Venezuelan oil just like they did in Iraq and in Libya. Donald Trump and a group of extremists around him are actually plotting to topple Maduro in order to seize Venezuela’s oil. Maduro warned Trump risks transforming the South American country into...

The coup d’etat strategy against Nicolas Maduro incorporates global pressure for greeting the parallel government and chaos and death inside the country. The recent series of happenings seems to have been planned out step-by-step: the attempted theft of weapons by a group of members of the Bolivarian National Guard on the morning of January 21, followed by incidents...

In a globalized and multipolar atmosphere characterized by economic domination-seeking efforts the growing differences between Europe and the US on the one hand, and an increase in Washington’s hostilities toward Beijing and Moscow, on the other, are inevitably laying the groundwork for a second Cold War. The world currently faces a new Cold War over trade triggered...

Several American forecasters think that Bernie Sanders, the old American senator, and one of Democratic nominees for the 2016 presidential election, could be a serious competitor for Trump in the forthcoming presidential election. Three years after fighting an amazingly competitive Democratic primary race against Hillary Clinton, Sen. Bernie Sanders is making another run...

Impasse over Brexit

January 28, 2019

London has of late turned out to be the center of opposition to the notions, strategies, and maneuvers of British politicians on Brexit as British citizens are confronted with an indeterminate future. The UK is due to leave the European Union (EU) on March 29. They know all too well that a hard exit or a no-deal Brexit will have dire consequences for the UK. No wonder...

The US President Donald Trump has announced a short-term deal for the time being to reopen the government, ending the longest shutdown in U.S. history. The measure was passed by the Senate Friday afternoon and the House later approved it before sending it to Trump, who later signed it in the nocturnal hour. According to minority leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. the president...

The PTI government appears to have taken a more rational approach to CPEC’s contribution to national development. While, the previous government thrived on perceptions of largesse and gigantic government spending primarily through Chinese funding, the incumbent government’s approach has been to highlight the country’s development constraints in light of its distending...

Opposition parties termed the mini budget as anti-people while stated that government with the presented mini budget only to provide benefit to multinational companies and rich people and it had nothing for the poor. The government while presenting third finance bill for current fiscal year in National Assembly, termed it as an economic reforms package which was needed...

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