Pakistan’s Commitment to the Kartarpur Corridor Shows How Much It Respects Sikhs
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Pakistan’s Commitment to the Kartarpur Corridor Shows How Much It Respects Sikhs

Pakistan avoided falling into the obvious trap of politicizing the Kartarpur Corridor as a response to India’s aggression in Kashmir, with its principled commitment to this project in spite of the upsurge in bilateral tensions showing just how much it respects the Sikh community’s religious sentiments. Pakistani Foreign Office spokesman Dr. Mohammad Faisal said on…

Quitting Cold Turkey
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Quitting Cold Turkey

Until literally a couple of years ago, courtesy of its enviable position in Asia Minor positioned in direct proximity of USSR (during the Cold War), Iran (after the Islamic Revolution), Iraq, and of course Syria in most recent years, Turkey enjoyed remarkably positive press as “NATO’s Number 2 Army” and in general a stalwart and…

How Tehran Fits Into Russia-China Strategy
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How Tehran Fits Into Russia-China Strategy

Complex doesn’t even begin to describe the positioning of Iran-Russia in the geopolitical chessboard. What’s clear in our current, volatile moment is that they’re partners, as I previously reported. Although not strategic partners, as in the Russia-China tie-up, Russia-China-Iran remain the crucial triad in the ongoing, multi-layered, long-term Eurasia integration process. A few days after our…

Mega Group, Maxwells and Mossad: The Spy Story at the Heart of the Jeffrey Epstein Scandal
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Mega Group, Maxwells and Mossad: The Spy Story at the Heart of the Jeffrey Epstein Scandal

As billionaire pedophile and alleged sex-trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein sits in prison, reports have continued to surface about his reported links to intelligence, his financial ties to several companies and “charitable” foundations, and his friendships with the rich and powerful as well as top politicians.  While Part I and Part II of this series, “The Jeffrey…