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Raymond Davis

Intimidatory Tactics

Mar 10, 2011 B. Raman

The fear of further reprisal attacks by the TTP would be an important factor influencing any final decision of Pakistan on the request of USA to hand over Raymond Davis for trial in the US

Skirting Failure

Feb 23, 2011 Ajai Sahni

The world, and the US in particular, is yet to respond unambiguously to the continuing adventurism of a nation that should have been declared rogue more than two decades ago


Whose Finger On The Button?

Americans should stay away from idle talk in newspaper op-eds and elsewhere about “securing” Pakistan’s nukes by force. Such chatter is not only unrealistic, but counterproductive

L'Affaire Deoband

Feb 18, 2011 B. Raman

Pakistan's Jamiat-ul-Islami chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman's mysterious visit to India is said to be to ensure that nobody in Deoband deviates from the policy of opposing Mr Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of Gujarat


The Raymond Davis Case

As reports trickle in about the heightened US-Pak tension because of the arrest of a member of the staff of the US Consulate-General for reportedly shooting and killing two Pakistanis, some frequently asked questions

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