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April 2011

A Failed Attempt to Alter FDR's Record

April 29, 2011 // Haaretz Daily - Israel

You can use those scholars’ credentials to lend luster to the event and to the soon-to-be-published proceedings. But don’t expect those scholars to revise the historical record to suit the sponsor’s agenda.

Road to Damascus

April 29, 2011 // Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt

Most Syrians do not want to risk internal chaos or sectarian strife as in Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, or Somalia and might be willing to leave a youthful, uncorrupt Bashar Al-Assad to preside over a transition to democracy, but this must begin immediately.

Side Effect

April 29, 2011 // The News - Pakistan

When the analysis of the sit-in, which also threatened to block the ISAF-Nato supply lines, continues unabated over the media, Pakistani predators have blown up another government-run primary school for girls in Adezai, just a few miles away from where the sit-in was staged.

U.S to Redefine Drone Attack Policy

April 29, 2011 // The Frontier Post - Pakistan

In this context, Islamabad rather banging open CIA drone attacks always asked US transfer of drone technology to Pakistan for elimination of militants operating on its western front. But CIA probably has its own interests which conformed and concise with Israeli and Indian interests.

Is U.S. Policy toward Taiwan Really Changing?

April 29, 2011 // Zaobao - Singapore - Chinese

The curveball in baseball was a popular and important secret weapon when I was a pitcher for the school baseball team in elementary school. Often, once the ball is thrown, before the hitter could assess the oncoming ball, the ball would have landed in the strike zone, and the hitter would be struck out. [Read more]

The Intent of U.S. Blame Game

April 29, 2011 // The Frontier Post - Pakistan

Instead of accusing Pakistan and its security setup for these alleged linkages, US needs to pursue a realistic approach and reconcile its rigid policy on account of its successes or otherwise in Afghanistan.

Implications of the Drone War

April 29, 2011 // Dawn - Pakistan

Why is it that while more than 300 various types of insurgencies in India go on, in our case only one in Fata is enough to devour the state? Is this a consequence of our counter-insurgency strategy? I believe so.
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