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Keyword: Diplomatic Problems

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Daily News Analysis

Supporting terrorists, Turkey shoots down Russian plane

Crescent International

Safar 12, 14372015-11-24

Turkey's shooting down of a Russian plane over Syria has dangerously escalated tensions in an already volatile region. Fearing its consequences, Turkey has also requested a meeting of Nato ambassadors. This exposes Nato and its allies' support for the terrorists in Syria. No amount of rhetoric can camouflage this fact...

News & Analysis

Turbulent future for US-Pakistan relations

Waseem Shehzad

Dhu al-Qa'dah 03, 14322011-10-01

Pakistan’s relations with the US have never been easy. The differences go beyond the question of divergent perceptions about each other although there was always something unnatural about the rulers of a country best described as a “basket case” rubbing shoulders with leaders of claimant to the title of “sole superpower”.

News & Analysis

Is the rupture in US-Pakistan relations real?

Waseem Shehzad

Rajab 29, 14322011-07-01

It should be clear even to the most diehard optimists that relations between Pakistan and the United States have hit an all time low. A series of recent events has led to this development although from the very beginning the relationship was based on false premises and unrealistic expectations.

Daily News Analysis

US CIA operative who murdered two Pakistanis to be set free

Crescent International

Rabi' al-Awwal 05, 14322011-02-08

Raymond Davis, the CIA agent operating as a "security consultant" at the US Consulate in Lahore, will be set free, Crescent International has learned. Davis shot and killed two people riding a motorbike in Lahore on January 26 whom he accused of trying to rob him.


Iran stand firm as US again increases diplomatic pressure on nuclear issue

Zafar Bangash

Sha'ban 08, 14272006-09-01

Four days after Iran sent a 21-page response to the Security Council about its nuclear programme, President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad inaugurated a heavy-water plant at Arak on August 26. The following day, Dr Ali Larijani, Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, was quoted by the Islamic Students News Agency (ISNA) as saying that Iran would not abandon its right to enrich uranium as article 4 of the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) allows it to do so.

Occupied Arab World

Syria ill-equipped to deal with increasing political and diplomatic pressure

Abbas Fadl Murtada

Ramadan 28, 14262005-11-01

Watching the US's increasing pressure on Syria, it is difficult to escape the feeling of history repeating itself. The parallels with the feverish swirl of diplomatic manoeuvres that built up to the US-led war against Iraq are inescapable.

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