The U.S. response regarding India's interference in Pakistan and regarding the Kashmir issue was not what Pakistan was hoping for.
If in India it's a case of intensive farming, in the United States it's organic, but that's just a different style of cooking. The final dish remains the same: the commercialization of maternity.
America used Pakistan for its purposes and then turned away from it.
Undoubtedly, the world has adopted a double standard for India and Pakistan where acquisition of nuclear technology is concerned.
If John Kerry really wants to eradicate terrorism from Pakistan, then he has to play a role in keeping India and Afghanistan from conducting terrorist activities in Pakistan.
A recent report of the U.S. Department of Defense says that Pakistan initiated a national action plan in December 2014 with the objective of eliminating terrorists. This is a long- term plan that will need to overcome many obstacles. The report further says that following assumption of power by the Ashraf Ghani [Read more]
Pakistan will never purchase electricity from India because India has wrongfully seized Pakistan's share of water.
The uproar caused by the formation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank died down near the end of March. Through the formation of the AIIB, the Chinese government has been able to make both superficial and tangible gains. Even former United States Secretary of the Treasury Lawrence Summers issued a warning: “I [Read more]
This New York Times editorial has been written under the influence of specific prejudices and is in sheer contradiction to the facts.
The U.S. has agreed to sell Pakistan a billion dollars’ worth of military equipment that includes modern war helicopters and missiles; Pakistan's request to purchase American arms — including 15 Viper helicopters and 1,000 Bullfighter missiles — was accepted by the U.S. State Department. It may be kept in mind [Read more]