As soon as Imran Khan took charge of the office of Prime Minister he announced a number of cosmetic economic policies
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The sad and unexpected demise of one of Jammu Kashmir's great sons of the soil, has raised a big question mark on the effectiveness of the so-called cease fire between the Indian Army and terrorists.
On May 2, 2011 Pakistani military cadets at the Kakul Academy in Abbotabad, Pakistan woke up to an approaching juddering sound.
On 22 March 2018 The Washington Post published Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman's confession regarding the Saudi Arabian government's facilitation of the CIA in financing and offering support to an Islamic cultural narrative across the 'Muslim world'.
The death of twenty people on April 1 between Indian security forces and armed Hizbul Mujahedin militants in Anantnag district in Indian-controlled South Kashmir is a stark reminder of a criminal legacy of the anti-colonial religious-nationalism that has its modern roots in the Afghan jihad
Kashmir: The bleeding wound of British imperialist legacy
On December 14 the Scottish National Party (SNP) Finance Minister, Derek Mackay presented to the Scottish Parliament the Scottish Government's budget for 2018-19.
Angela Merkel, who has been in power for 12 years and who won just 33% of the vote in the elections held on 24 September, failed to negotiate a coalition government that would rule over the German and the European working class for the next four years
Scottish coordinator for ICOR, Amjad Ayub Mirza looks at the effects of revisionism and reformism on Scottish left politics
The recent actions by Trump are a futile attempt to regain the waning global influence of American imperialist hegemony