Unfortunately, both politicians and military commanders flouted Pakistani laws and conducted direct diplomacy with western diplomats bypassing the Pakistan Foreign Office and encouraging foreign meddling in internal Pakistani matters.
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Wikileaks does not make the material it receives available directly to the public. They are first censored by New York Times and several other prominent newspapers. Only 623 documents out of alleged 250,000 have appeared in public. The public needs to ask: Where are the remaining documents? Why the censorship? And why the selective release, assailing Pakistan, China, Saudi Arabia and others and largely leaving out US allies? If newspapers will release censored cables, Mr. Assange should take up a job at NYT.
“CIA officials are not part of United States armed forces, therefore under international law they are civilians directly participating in hostilities. Not holding diplomatic or military status, CIA officials have no immunity and therefore are liable for murder and damages under the laws of Pakistan and the principles of natural justice throughout the world.”
The Pakistani chapter in the Mumbai investigations is a small part of a larger story that should be investigated with equal vigor. Mumbai should not become limited to settling India’s political scores with Kashmiri groups like LeT.
Asia’s Biggest Glacier Cracking Thanks To Military Activity
It is incorrect that global warming is responsible for this environmental disaster-in-the-making. Glacier is part of the Kashmir dispute. Indian occupies the glaciers since 1984. It is building permanent bases on mountain peaks, disturbing a fragile ecosystem. The result? Massive floods in the near future. Pakistan should go to International Court of Justice.
India’s award-winning writer and activist reminds the world of India’s international commitments to the people of Kashmir, commitments that India is trying to bury today under the boots of half-million soldiers in the Kashmir Valley.
بھارتیوں کو سمجھانا چاہئے کہ کشیدگی بڑھانا آسان ہے اور ہم بھی یہ کرسکتے ہیں کہ 2007 ء میں بھارتی ملٹری انٹیلی جنس افسروں اور ہندو دہشت گردوں کے ہاتھوں بھارتی سرزمین پر زندہ جلائے گئے 69 معصوم پاکستانیوں کی سالانہ یادگار منائیں ۔
Kashmir’s Geelani: We Are Pakistanis; Pakistan Is Ours
One of Indian-occupied Kashmir’s most influential freedom leaders leaves no doubts, if there ever was, as to where the sympathies and support of the Kashmiris’ lie: Pakistan.
India’s case has weakened after two years but Washington is using it to blackmail Pakistan. Here’s how.
How Pakistan can make billions of dollars annually from this mine, but so far won’t.
Who should be held responsible: retired General Pervez Musharraf, President Asif Ali Zardari or COAS Gen. Ashfaque Parvez Kayani? They can’t shun their responsibility for the rise in CIA drone attacks in Pakistan in the past three years and someone will have to become answerable in front of the Pakistani nation.
Kashmiri freedom leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani raises the slogan of Free Kashmir in the heart of Indian capital, where Indian officials invited him to seek ways to end the anti-India liberation movement in the Indian-occupied territory.
China’s ambassador to Islamabad calls for a new security regime in Asia and pledges ‘unselfish and unconditional’ support to Pakistan on the eve of Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari’s visit to Beijing. Equally important is Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s announcement today of a proposal to Pakistan to establish a permanent mechanism for structured dialogue between Pakistan and China. The paper released by Ambassador Liu Jian in Islamabad, and published by Project For Pakistan In 21st Century, dwells at length on China’s policy outlook on Pakistan, the situation on the Korean Peninsula and the South China Sea, and border disputes in Asia.
Forget the Obama-Singh hug, here is the truth about the biggest two-way blackmail in world diplomacy in recent history: Kashmir for Boeing.
… and if so, for how much and whose palms were greased? Most Pakistanis missed a newspaper advertisement over the weekend that indicates that Pakistan’s elected rulers have no qualms conducting deals away from public scrutiny worth billions—even when there are public complaints about it.
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