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US should stop being manipulated by Pakistan: ex-Pentagon official Christopher D Kolenda

WASHINGTON: The US should stop being manipulated by Pakistan and cease all military and financial aid to the country, a former top Pentagon official has said. “As the first step, the Trump administration should suspend Pakistan’s non-NATO ally status and cease military aid and assistance payments,” Christopher D Kolenda, a …

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India’s concerns over CPEC ‘unwarranted’: Global Times

  Hopes New Delhi will adopt a more pragmatic attitude towards the OBOR proposal. India’s concerns over sovereignty relating to the USD 46-billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is “unwarranted,” Chinese state media said on Friday, asking New Delhi to take an “objective and more pragmatic” view of China’s ambitious …

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To Save Afghanistan, Put Pressure on Pakistan

Islamabad’s subversion has led to a resurgent Taliban, arguably the greatest reason for Afghanistan’s instability, says Javid Ahmad in The Wall Street Journal. By Javid Ahmad The stream of bad news from America’s longest war in Afghanistan is relentless. But even more worrying is the lack of debate within Washington on how …

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China finds India talks of positive significance

NEW DELHI: China said on Thursday that the strategic dialogue with India was of positive significance to ties and that extensive agreements were reached. It however, skirted any reference to the persisting differences over issues like India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) bid and efforts to get Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood …

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Afghanistan may seek sanctions on suspected terror networks

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A government official says Afghanistan is ready to seek United Nations sanctions against suspected terrorist networks and their supporters, a veiled reference to neighbor Pakistan — whom Kabul accuses of aiding Taliban insurgents, particularly the Haqqani network.  At a conference Thursday, Shekib Mustaghni, Afghanistan’s foreign ministry …

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Donald Trump will design a new Middle East

Donald Trump will design a new Middle East STEPHEN R GRAND Donald Trump’s new national security adviser, Lt Gen H.R. McMaster, has inherited a world in which the tectonic plates are perceptibly shifting. Power, long centred in Washington, is radiating eastward toward Moscow, Tehran, New Delhi, and Beijing. Meanwhile, the …

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China-Pakistan economic corridor violates our sovereignty, India tells Beijing

BEIJING: India on Wednesday said China must explain how New Delhi can take part in the Silk Road summit being held here this year when the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor+ passing through PoK violates its sovereignty. “The subject came up. They have extended an invitation to the government to participate in …

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Jaishankar meets Yang, likely to raise NSG, Masood Azhar, CPEC with China

Jaishankar meets China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi during which they expressed commitment to develop positive relations despite differences over India’s NSG bid, Masood Azhar Beijing: Foreign secretary S. Jaishankar on Tuesday held talks China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi during which they expressed strong commitment to develop positive relations despite differences over …

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When Nationalism Strikes Back

Far from being an outmoded relic of the past, nationalism is flourishing. Michael Lind WHEN THE Cold War ended a generation ago, much of the Western foreign-policy elite asserted that nationalism was in decline. Old-fashioned national liberation movements were increasingly irrelevant; in a world with a single global economy, it …

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Pakistan shells border with Afghanistan as tensions rise over terrorist attacks

By Pamela Constable ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — An escalating border conflict between Afghanistan and Pakistan is threatening to undermine their cooperation on terrorism and peace talks with the Taliban as the Trump administration begins weighing its options to spur progress on both fronts. After a blitz of terrorist bombings across Pakistan left more than 125 people dead, …

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