China has a concept of — “Six Wars China Must Fight in Fifty Years.” That means there is no peaceful coexistence with China in its current form. Similarly, the Pakistani army has shown that to prove their worthiness they will indulge in any activity, be it terrorism or looting their own country’s wealth. Therefore, expecting … Continue reading India’s Three Wars
Recently the US embassy in Islamabad went on a social media overdrive. In a series of tweets over three days, they highlighted the US ambassador to Pakistan, Donald Blome’s 2-4 October visit to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). This was the second high-profile visit by any U.S. official since April. Despite knowing the sensitivities associated with PoK, Blome … Continue reading American Deep State Out to Sabotage India-USA Relationship?
The father of communism, Karl Marx, once famously said — “We have no compassion, and we ask no compassion from you. When our turn comes, we shall not make excuses for the terror”. This statement summarises how terrorism and communism go hand in hand. Maoist China alone destroyed between 44.5 to 72 million lives. During … Continue reading Terrorism: The Glue That Holds China Pakistan Together
Pakistan is known as the sick man of Asia. It is a young country blessed with natural resources and strategic locations. However, after 75 years, it lags behind all the nations in almost all the fields that got independence around the same time. The present state of Pakistan can be explained by one fact no … Continue reading A Mirage Called Pakistan, Why It Is, What It Is
My latest interview by India’s leading YouTube news channel Resonant News I explain various aspects of nuclearweapons Threats to India from Pakistan & China And would it give any advantage to Russia if they use nuclear option in Ukraine https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Tns03zsyPSY&t=121s
Almost two years ago, I had written the highly successful but controversial article — “Is Pakistan Heading For Another Dictatorship.” Many people, including Pakistanis, objected to the articles’ findings, stating that in modern-day Pakistan, there is no place for a coup. I had explained to them how this modern-day dictatorship would play out. The present-day … Continue reading Who Is Rocking Imran Khan’s Boat?
Grey zone is not a fixed concept but a hypothetical place between peace and war. Until now grey zone activities were generally restricted to psychological warfare, subversion of political systems, and covert paramilitary and information operations. China and Pakistan are expanding that envelope. While I was writing this article, a never heard of development was … Continue reading India’s Offensive Against China Should Be in the Grey Zone
On 1st October Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan broke all hell loose when on the Turkish government-run TV channel, TRT World, he disclosed that the Pakistani government is in secret talks with Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), facilitated by the Afghan Taliban. The Pakistanis were upset for many reasons. They were upset that they were kept in … Continue reading The Curious Case of Pakistan, China, TTP and BRI
Guest Article by Col Satish Tyagi (Retd) Both Saleh and Massoud are in Panjshir and are meeting people. New Delhi: By declaring an interim government consisting of more than two-third UN and other designated-terrorists with rewards on their heads, leaders of drug cartels, Pakistani stooges and proxies, as well as four Guantanamo Bay detainees, who were … Continue reading Panjshir battle just beginning, resistance intensifies
As the dust settles on the erstwhile Kingdom of Gandhara, the attention shifts from the ongoing evacuation and the so-called American blunder, to ‘what next?’. Distant nations in the European Union and the Middle East are on guard as it falls in their circle of concern. However, India, Russia, Iran, China, and Pakistan know that … Continue reading Turmoil in Afghanistan and India’s Calibrated Steps