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Keyword: US imperialism

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Daily News Analysis

Martyr Soleimani more powerful in death than when alive!

Crescent International

Jumada' al-Ula' 30, 14432022-01-03

Daily News Analysis

General Qassem Soleimani: ‘The living martyr’

Mohammad Khaku

Jumada' al-Ula' 29, 14432022-01-02

Daily News Analysis

US imperialists should stay out of Ethiopia!

Dr Mustafa Bothwell Mheta

Jumada' al-Ula' 18, 14432021-12-22

Main Stories

Afghan Families Selling Children to Survive!

Zia Sarhadi

Rabi' al-Thani 26, 14432021-12-01

The food situation in Afghanistan is grim. It is facing a humanitarian catastrophe. Even the UN and World Food Program have confirmed this. Yet, Western regimes, led by the US, are holding funds that belong to Afghanistan, thereby exacerbating the problem

Daily News Analysis

Will Iran’s nuclear talks with P4+1 succeed?

Crescent International

Rabi' al-Thani 23, 14432021-11-28

Daily News Analysis

Powell: Hero or global war criminal? 

Iqbal Jassat

Rabi' al-Awwal 13, 14432021-10-20

Main Stories

Taliban’s Triumph: A Geopolitical Earthquake

Kevin Barrett

Safar 24, 14432021-10-01

The Taliban victory over US imperialism and its Nato allies has shifted the balance of power to the Eurasia landmass. This region will now serve as the engine of economic growth and development.

Main Stories

After the Shooting War, Other Forms of Warfare Against the Taliban Continue

Zia Sarhadi

Safar 24, 14432021-10-01

The shooting war in Afghanistan may be over but other forms of warfare continue. These include economic and propaganda warfare with the specific aim to frustrate the Taliban’s consolidation of power to govern effectively and provide services to the people.

Editorials

Prospects for Peace and Stability in Afghanistan

Editor

Safar 24, 14432021-10-01

Barring the defeated powers (US, NATO and India), the rest of the world wants peace and stability in Afghanistan. If Afghanistan’s immediate neighbours put their heads together and coordinate policies, peace is not only possible, it is highly desirable.

Opinion

Getting Afghanistan Wrong Again

Zafar Bangash

Safar 24, 14432021-10-01

There is no shortage of ‘experts’ giving unsolicited advice to the Taliban about who to include in the cabinet as well as women’s rights. These self-styled experts should keep their advice to themselves. Having defeated a superpower, the Taliban know how to order their lives.

News & Analysis

US Defeat in 9/11 Wars Accelerates “Pivot to China”—Opening for Islamic Alternative

Kevin Barrett

Safar 24, 14432021-10-01

The US pivot to China has opened up space for Islamic self-determination to reassert itself to determine its own future and indeed that of the rest of the world. Afghanistan’s Muslim neighbours, especially Iran, Pakistan and Turkey must not lose this opportunity.

News & Analysis

Afghanistan: Land of Warriors and Mystics

Zafar Bangash

Safar 24, 14432021-10-01

Given the 43-year-long war to which the Afghans have been subjected, it is easy to think of Afghanistan as merely a land of warriors. While its warrior culture is true, Afghanistan has also produced some great mystics, including Rumi.

Main Stories

New, Emerging Political Architecture in West Asia

Zafar Bangash

Muharram 23, 14432021-09-01

The US defeat in Afghanistan has reduced its malign influence in the region but not completely eliminated it. Afghanistan’s neighbours need to coordinate their policies to keep US influence out and to chalk out a strategy for the future to bring about peace.

Main Stories

Cost of America’s Longest War

Waseem Shehzad

Muharram 23, 14432021-09-01

For American warlords, war is a racket. The $2.26 trillion spent on the 20-year-war in Afghanistan made a lot of people in the US extremely rich. Arms manufacturers, generals—retired and serving—used a revolving door to keep pushing for war.

Editorials

Taliban’s Peaceful Takeover of Power Demolishes Gloomy Forecasts

Editor

Muharram 23, 14432021-09-01

The lightning speed and peaceful way in which the Taliban took control of the country, including the capital city Kabul indicates their brilliant planning and wide support among the masses.

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