United States ‘under attack in a true sense’

By Atta Rasool Malik On April 10, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation raided the office of President Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, and seized documents relating to the money … Read More

Embracing the Enemies We Know in Afghanistan

Despite mutual distrust, Washington must include both the Taliban and the Haqqani Network in negotiations to achieve peace in Afghanistan. By Fahd Humayun Last November, the Pentagon announced that the … Read More

Exclusive: Secret U.S. Hostage Held by Taliban Allies

By Shane Harris ‘There are still Americans in captivity in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region,’ a top congressman reveals. The question is: How many? And what’s Washington doing to recover them? A … Read More

Is Israel Behind Paris Attacks?

By Sajjad Shaukat Much has been written and said by writers and analysts of print and electronic media about the coordinated terror attacks in a stadium, a hall, restaurants and … Read More

Paris Tragedy: Anti-Muslim Chauvinism in France

By Sajjad Shaukat Just after the simultaneous terror attacks in Paris which killed more than 130 persons, on November 13, the people of France, the government and the media became … Read More

Russia is Restoring Balance of Power

By Sajjad Shaukat Renowned scholars of international relations, Lord Castlereagh, Quincy Wright, Hans J. Morgenthau and Kenneth Waltz agree by remarking, “Checking the unusual dominance and hegemony of the world … Read More