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New Government in Afghanistan

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The Taliban recently announced its new interim government after numerous cancelations and delays. The world has been watching Afghanistan very closely since the Taliban overthrew the US backed regime in Kabul. The Talban have been holding meetings with regional nations and the intelligence heads. With the capture of the Panjshir region and the defeat of National Resistance Front (NRF), the Taliban felt confident to finally announce its new interim government.
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Where Will the International Legitimacy Lead us?!

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The Taliban have declared that they are trying to form a new government in Afghanistan – a government that shall seek for friendly diplomatic relations based on ‘mutual respect’ with the US and the rest of the world. “The Islamic Emirate wants to have good diplomatic, economic and trade relations with the US based on mutual respect and equality,” Bilal Karimi, a senior Taliban official and member of the cultural…
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The Political and Military Leadership of Pakistan Abandoning Kashmir as a Morsel for the Ravenous Hindu State

It is not an exaggeration to say that the issue of Kashmir is similar to the issue of Palestine to a great extent. The similarity is in terms of abandoning both lands in favor of the enemy, which is apparent in the statements of the politicians who claim to foster the two issues. Some of the statements are like,
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Afghanistan: Catch the Media’s Propaganda

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The United States and its NATO allies are withdrawing their forces from Afghanistan. The news is full of reports of how the Americans are leaving Afghanistan and taking their people with them. The media is also focusing on how Afghanistan is falling into a state of insecurity, as the Taliban take control again 20 years after the US invasion.
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Sheikh Issam Amira: O Taliban: Be like the Khazraj Tribe

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In an urgent manner, America withdrew, whilst Taliban rapidly gained control over all of Afghanistan, except for its airport. And what a state the airport was in. US, NATO and Turkish troops secured the movement of aircraft, carrying foreign nationals and Afghan collaborators, amidst throes of chaos, painful and humiliating scenes and glaring displays of inadequacy.
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Pakistan and the Fallacy of Geo-Economics The Race for Central Asia

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 Since its founding, Pakistan has remained a state under threat. The eastern wing of the moth-eaten Pakistan that was compromised upon in 1947, had borders with a hostile neighbor, India, to the east. At the same time, its inception reopened old questions concerning ethnic fault lines in South Asia. Across the border to the east
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