Pakistan’s Indian Sub Interception Proves the Importance of the Country’s Navy
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Pakistan’s Indian Sub Interception Proves the Importance of the Country’s Navy

The Pakistan Navy proved its importance on Tuesday by intercepting an Indian submarine that attempted to infiltrate the country’s sovereign waters, highlighting the increasing role that this often overlooked branch of the Armed Forces is poised to play in the coming future as CPEC expands along the southern maritime vector to facilitate Chinese-African trade via…

The Pentagon’s “Ides of March”: Best Month to Go to War
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The Pentagon’s “Ides of March”: Best Month to Go to War

There are ongoing military threats against Venezuela. Is a US sponsored war contemplated for March 2019? Various scenarios are envisaged by Washington. Sofar there is no firm evidence regarding the nature or timeline of a US sponsored military operation directed against Venezuela. National Security Advisor John Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have confirmed…

Bin Laden’s Son May Lead New Generation of a Resurrected Al-Qaeda, and the Timing Couldn’t be Better
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Bin Laden’s Son May Lead New Generation of a Resurrected Al-Qaeda, and the Timing Couldn’t be Better

It appears that Hamza Bin Laden, a son of the late founder of Al-Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden, may be the heir apparent to lead the militant group, based on what the US State Department now says. They declared Hamza – believed to be about 30 years old – the emerging leader of the terrorist group…

What Really Happened in Hanoi?
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What Really Happened in Hanoi?

While the western media has written off last weekend’s summit in Hanoi as a failure, the talks did help to burnish Kim Jong-un’s reputation as a sincere statesman committed to peacefully resolving the nuclear issue. This is a significant development for the simple reason that Kim needs to continue to build popular support for his…