Search: Terrorism,Pakistan (6 materials)

BRICS, SCO and Kashmir Terrorism

... Indian security forces, killing over 40 people. India immediately accused Pakistan of being behind the attack and started a “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 ...


India Had Fought, Has Been Fighting and Shall Fight Out All Forms of Terrorism Including Sponsored by Pakistan

If India puts all evidence together before USA or United Nation or its Long time Global Friends like Russia about Pakistan's direct role in spreading terrorism in this region primarily in India but not limited to and has spread its wings in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka,Pakistan will be reduced to nothing but as a sponsoring NGO of terrorism begging always to USA for survival in the region. Pakistan now ...


Pak-Russia defense ties: a paradigm shift in defense cooperation

... State (IS) in Afghanistan. Undoubtedly, IS in Afghanistan has major consequences for Central Asia and Russian territories with Muslim populations. In this regard, the Pakistan military has extensively been exposed to and gained experience in counter-terrorism. Pakistan army’s experience in countering guerrilla warfare in Pakistan’s mountainous areas adjacent to Afghanistan has enough importance to be shared with Russia.  Terrorism has become imminent threat for Russia. To counter the scourge of terrorism,...


Peshawar: Pakistani “Beslan”

..., 17-year-old Pakistan native Malala Yousafzai, who received horrific injuries as the result of an attack on a school bus in 2012, was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace. The increase in terrorist attacks of this kind is a trend that affects not only Pakistan, but also other countries, regardless of whether terrorist groups operate within their borders. This is due, a) to the success of the global war on terrorism; b) to new opportunities that can be exploited by terrorists; and c) to substantial changes in the media. The success of the war on terrorism at the national and global levels has severely handicapped terrorist organizations. It has become ...


Countering the Shaitans

... common citizens, etc. Can one stop someone who is determined to die from accomplishing his (or her) evil mission? No amount of passive protection can prevent this. Active protection means taking the fight to them, taking them out at their roots. Such terrorism as is currently practiced in Pakistan is impossible to perpetrate without foreign funding and logistical support. Foreign sponsors must be exposed. Interdicting the logistics behind terrorist hideouts, money, ammunition, supplies, uniforms, vehicles, and safe mobility through the ...


Kashmir: A Volcano That’s About to Erupt?

... fire on the Line of Control (the effective border) [4] , the killings of soldiers and other incidents. Mutual accusations and the desire to settle accounts with the enemy create an unfavourable background for talks. Regional rivalry and a new round of terrorism Another cause of the worsening in bilateral relations lies in the growing competition between India and Pakistan for influence in Afghanistan. Islamabad is suspicious of India’s strengthening economic position in Afghanistan and the development of Indo-Afghan security cooperation. India in turn does not want to let the Afghan Taliban grow stronger,...


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