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Complete Surrender: 2001-todate

Nine Eleven Attacks

The September 11 attacks also known as 9/11 were a series of four coordinated suicide attacks upon the United States in New York and the Washington, D.C. areas on September 11, 2001. On that Tuesday morning, 19 terrorists from the Islamic militant group Al-Qaeda hijacked four passenger plans. The hijackers ... Read More »

Attack on the Indian parliament

Terrorism has been the menace that is haunting the contemporary world for a couple of decades. It is aimed at arousing invisible terror to secure the ulterior ends. Similar objectives were the driving force behind the execution of a plan aiming attack on the Indian parliament that produced serious repercussions ... Read More »

American Invasion on Afghanistan

American invasion on Afghanistan in the wake of 9/11 attacks on the world trade center was an event of paramount significance in the contemporary world history. The significance of the invasions lies in the fact that the challenge to American prestige and stature was accepted by the sole super-power as ... Read More »

American attack on Iraq 2003

The 2003 invasion of Iraq was the start of conflict known as Iraq war, or operation Iraqi freedom, in which a combined force of groups from united state, the United Kingdom, Austria and Poland invaded Iraq and toppled the regime of Saddam Husain in 21 days of major combat operation. ... Read More »

Musharraf Solution to Kashmir Issue

Since the departure of the British from Indian Sub-continent, following the creation of the two Dominions, India and Pakistan, Jammu & Kashmir has been the bone of contention between the two countries. So far three wars have been fought on Kashmir in 1948, 1965, and 1999. Since the cease-fire went ... Read More »

South Asian Free Trade Area

The world is witnessing a new gesticulates of regionalism together with an escalation of efforts for setting in place a multilateral trading system. The concept of regionalism is emerging as dominant discourse in today’s   world. Many part of the world is benefiting by conceding to regionalism as it is a ... Read More »

Mumbai Attacks (2008)

Mumbai is the most important commercial and entertainment center of India. On November 26,2008 the city was attacked by some terrorists, which killed at least 172 people. This attack has been referred to as “India’s 9/11”. It was not the first terrorist attack, but one of the many. After all, ... Read More »

Raymond Davis case

Raymond Davis case is one of  crucial “diplomatic storms” that  put Pak US diplomatic relations in real test.It  was American National Raymond Davis who killed two Pakistanis in Lahore on busy Road and third Pakistani citizen got killed when a car trying to rescue Raymond. Raymond justified his act of ... Read More »

Salala Attacks in Pakistan

Salala Attacks are known as an offensive launched on the Pakistani military bases by the US forces. It is the most somber and bleak incident in recent history of Pakistan when the most powerful institution of our country came under vibrant assault commenced by any external force. On 26th of ... Read More »

India– Pakistan Visa Agreement

The chequered history of beleaguered relationship between the nuclear-powered neighbors, India and Pakistan, has stepped into a new phase. The Mumbai mayhem proved highly disruptive as the entire development made during the preceding years was reversed. The much aspired composite dialogue process came to a sudden halt. However, transforming regional ... Read More »

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