JANUARY 2017

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- Suresh Jaura
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0712 flag pakistanSectarian violence in Karachi is just another chapter in Pakistan’s long history of violence against minorities, has afflicted Pakistan virtually from its moment of birth...

TRUMP'S FOREIGN POLICY

U.S. allies in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, smiling through their teeth, are feverishly hoping that Washington will maintain its security commitments. The Russians are ... . . ..   

AFGHANISTAN-PAKISTAN-USA

A US revaluation of its Af-Pak policy appears likely under Trump... It is, however, unlikely that US AfPak policy under Trump will be ‘more of the same’. Crucially, Pakistan’s role in supporting terrorism in Afghanistan . . .

NUCLEAR WWWIII

Escalation of hostility may become a thermonuclear WWIII.

ARM & TRAIN

Non-Muslims in violent conflict areas to enhance the security...

HYDRO BOOM & CONFLICTS

With approval of power plants, conflicts have arisen ...

SUICIDE TERRORISM

Growing support for suicide terrorism

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Indian Prime Minister Modi Visits USA

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‘… Forward Together We Go'

Vision Statement for the U.S.-India Strategic Partnership issued by the Prime Minister of India and the President of the USA

As leaders of two great democratic nations with diverse traditions and faiths, we share a vision for a partnership in which the United States and India work together, not just for the benefit of both our nations, but for the benefit of the world.

 How the U.S. and India Can Move From Rhetoric to Reality

In Washington, communiques that purport to cover everything usually, in reality, address nothing. This is the sense conveyed by the “vision statement“ issued in the wake of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the White House. It describes the U.S.-India relationship as a “joint endeavor for prosperity and peace,” the aims of which include promoting nuclear disarmament, mitigating climate change, eradicating poverty, and collaborating “in every aspect–ranging from particles of creation to outer space.”


A renewed U.S.-India partnership for the 21st century

By Narendra Modi and Barack Obama September 30

As nations committed to democracy, liberty, diversity and enterprise, India and the United States are bound by common values and mutual interests. We have each shaped the positive trajectory of human history, and through our joint efforts, our natural and unique partnership can help shape international security and peace for years to come.

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