Wednesday, 19 September , 2018

Pakistan

A “futuristic” comment from Turkey on Uzbekistan

There were only a few days left for the 25th anniversary of the independence of Uzbekistan, but now, concern is more prevalent over Tashkent than celebrations. The latest news on the health condition of Uzbek President Islam Karimov, who was admitted hospital on Aug. 29, is filled with the term “critical.”

Combat Robots: On the Surface and Underwater

There is the widespread belief that unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, are used as an alternative air reconnaissance and for strikes against distant targets. The United States used them in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Somalia and other countries

Bin Laden’s Legacy

By Scott Stewart May 2 marked the five-year anniversary of the U.S. raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan, that resulted in the death of Osama bin Laden....

Terror and double standards

The Paris and Brussels attacks have rightly caused outrage across the globe. However, while millions in the West took to social media to share...

EU migration crisis: Stop illegal wars, don’t blame the victims

by Finian Cunningham Europe is on a dangerous, slippery slope of increasing xenophobia and racism engendered by the influx of refugees. Denmark’s new confiscation law...

Economists On The Refugee Path

by Robert Shiller Today’s global refugee crisis recalls the period immediately after World War II. By one contemporary estimate, there were more than 40 million refugees...

No Danger of Nuclear War? The Pentagon’s Plan to Blow up...

More than 2000 nuclear explosions have occurred since 1945 as part of nuclear weapons’ testing. Officially only two nuclear bombs (Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 6 and...

The Refugee Crisis is a Crisis of Imperialism

by T.J. Petrowski The widely circulated photo of Aylan Kurdi, a three-year-old Syrian boy whose body was found on a beach in Turkey and whose...