The Indian government has divulged very little information – hardly any – regarding the visit by the United States National Security Advisor Herbert Raymond McMaster to New Delhi an April 18. The reticence is extraordinary, since Indian elites are usually exuberant when American dignitaries arrive. And McMaster happens to be the first official from the … Continue reading Trump, Consummate Deal Maker, Seeks the Mother of All Deals in South Asia
President Donald Trump seeks to fulfill his campaign promise to “put America first” in his proposed 2018 budget. “This includes deep cuts to foreign aid,” Trump said in his opening message to his proposed budget. “It is time to prioritize the security and well-being of Americans, and to ask the rest of the world to … Continue reading US Foreign Aid, Explained
A groundbreaking study published in Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences has revealed that garlic is at least as effective as the blockbuster blood pressure lowering drug atenolol in reducing systolic and diastolic blood pressure in patients diagnosed with essential hypertension, a condition linked to the #1 cause of death in developed countries. Hypertension is called … Continue reading Garlic Compares Favorably to a Best-Selling Blood Pressure Drug
“In a stark admission….” this is how Fox News in the United States presented the statement, by the American General, Tillerson, in command of American occupation forces in Afghanistan, that America was faced with a “stalemate” in its attempt to consolidate its hold on Afghanistan. The note of alarm by the media was designed to … Continue reading Afghanistan: A Russian Peace for an American War
Islamabad has given clearance to recently retired chief of army staff Gen. Raheel Sharif to command what is being described as a “Muslim NATO” based in Saudi Arabia. Sharif’s new position is expected to be announced later this month in Riyadh. Though the mission and activities of the coalition (known as the Islamic Military Alliance … Continue reading Can Pakistan Remain Neutral in the Saudi-Iran Rivalry?
Russia, China, Pakistan and Iran are all in favor of direct talks with Taliban leadership while India is reluctant to support such a move fearing it may legitimize the insurgents. The Kremlin’s appointment of Zamir Kabulov as presidential envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan and head of the Russian foreign ministry’s Asia and Middle East department … Continue reading Moscow Led Afghan Peace
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday that Malala Yousafzai will visit Canada on April 12, 2017, to address the Canadian Parliament and to officially receive the honorary Canadian citizenship bestowed upon her in 2014. Malala has the hallmarks of an Illuminati psy op. The article below by Zahar Bangash outlines the Illuminati connection to Malala and … Continue reading Malala – Illuminati Tool is Made “Honorary Citizen” of Canada
If you were travelling via motorway from Islamabad to Lahore during November or December 2016, you might have felt like your head was in the clouds. That’s thanks to the smog that engulfed large parts of Pakistan’s Punjab and Sindh provinces in that period. This was clearly “not a natural phenomenon”, as the Pakistani newspaper … Continue reading In China and Pakistan’s Coal Romance, Where’s the Love for the Climate?
Chinese, Saudi and Turkish troops for the first time joined the Pakistan Day parade in Islamabad on March 23 – a momentous event, especially in the Pakistan-China bilateral relations. Pakistan Day commemorates March 23, 1940, when a resolution was passed to demand the establishment of a separate homeland to protect Muslims in the then British … Continue reading China Pakistan Relations Enter New Phase