... “diplomatic offensive” against Islamabad similar to the one of it launched in September 2016 when it attempted to isolate Pakistan as a state sponsor of terrorism, make it a rogue state and thus force the country’s leadership to abandon its support of Kashmir militants. This offensive is being waged on all fronts, including at international organizations, for example, BRICS, whose final declarations at its summits in recent times have regularly featured items on fighting terror. BRICS and Terrorism ...
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CIA's Linguistic Terminology is Poor in Using the Term 'Militant' for 'VHP' and 'Bajrang Dal' in India?
... case of India's Viswa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang. Remember its still a polite word when it is compared with the term. Terrorist and even the Extremists or Terrorists. BBC does use word Militant (Only Militant and not Terrorist) for people with gun in Kashmir.Comparing the cases of Militants in Kashmir with that of Viswa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal, I, who was born amidst the moderate activities of both outfits (see also as an extreme step of CIA Linguists to use the term for both outfits.Shakespearean ...
International Humanitarian Law (IHL) is applicable on both international and non-international armed conflicts. Given the Kashmir issue, this law, being the major component of international law, has a wider scope and germane applicability on India despite well-staged encounters and operations by its armed forces. The status of Kashmir and associated controversies cannot ...
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