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By IMR June 2013 Issue
India Braces for the Challenges After the U.S. Pull-out from Afghanistan

By Bittersweet House Press
Bestselling author James Bruno releases his latest thriller: TRIBE, about power, love, fathers and daughters in conflict-riven Afghanistan, and how the government gets it all wrong. TRIBE is so authentic that the U.S. government censored it.

By Betty O'Hearn
Summer - Fall Dates Scheduled for AGI's Counter-Insurgency Training in Utah

By admin
In the propaganda war of words and images, the Afghan Taliban are getting more sophisticated.

By RobinTracy PR
Heather Mercer’s Imprisonment Strengthened Her Resolve to Serve Muslims in Muslim Countries

By Fast Market Research
Fast Market Research recommends "Pakistan Defence & Security Report Q4 2010" from Business Monitor International, now available

By Concierge France
All over the world today people are marking Peace Day in their own way. Millions of people doing small things to bring about a massive united change towards global peace one day at a time…

By Indian Military Review
It is not certain if the forces unleashed by the Pakistan Army's nurturing of the Islamist groups can be controlled, says the latest issue of Indian Military Review (IMR).

By Homefield Multimedia
Where were you when it happened? Doug Shiloh's new web site, anticipating his second novel WAITING FOR THE END, allows readers to share their memories of that infamous day in September, 2001.

By Homeland Security Policy Institute
Afghan Member of Parliament Daoud Sultanzoy offered striking perspectives at The George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute (HSPI) today.

By Homeland Security Policy Institute
Please join the Homeland Security Policy Institute for an Ambassadors Roundtable Series Event featuring Daoud Sultanzoy.

By ZoneAsia
Most al Qaeda and other foreign terrorists in North Waziristan are thought to be hiding in Mir Ali and surrounding areas that are outside Mr. Bahadur's control, which is likely the reason Pakistan authorities did not ask him to oust foreign militants

By Indian Military Review
Pakistan is undergoing huge ordeal in the process of eliminating extremist elements from within its territory. But at the same time it is fast becoming synonymous with extremist activities making it a challenge to global security.

By Nasir Ahmad
PPF demanded the federal and other provincial governments to take immediate actions against the jihadi media campaign of Zaid Hamid at a very sensitive time when the entire country has been plagued by the violent campaign of Jihadis.

By Stan Cotton www.patrioticallycorrect.org
Our poster "foreign oil funds al Qaeda terrorism" holds so-called “patriotic” politicians hate it because it holds their feet to the fire and makes it difficult to run from the truth.

By Spearhead Research
The word on the Pakistani street is that the letter from President Obama, the visits by the US National Security Adviser and the Director CIA all conveyed the same message---come fully on board the US battle wagon and crack down on the Afghan Taliban

By jans it group
today i want to clear something to you people about the true Taliban and the fake Taliban who are nothing but another agent of RAW,CIA,FBI AND MOSSAD first we will talk about the Taliban of Afghanistan.

By Michael Webster
An important part of the U.S. military action in the Middle East is to try and win the hearts and minds of its people, so when I saw the attached video I was not only shocked and dismayed but was very disappointed in our troops’

By Kathleen (KK) Kruse
With continued terrorist attacks on US Afghan outposts, and the start of 9 years in the war on terror, the book "Afghan Journal: A Soldier's Year in Afghanistan" is as relevant today as it was when author Jeff Courter began his digital diary in 2006.

By Spearhead Research
Not too long ago Pakistan was being given six months to implosion. Fears were being voiced about a Taliban onslaught on its capital Islamabad with grave consequences for its nukes.

By Esme Esmerelda
Recently a Pakistani journalist was held in custody of immigration for Voice of America who had made strove to cover the Pakistani border issues in east Asia, recently released by the Board of Governors KI Officials reviewed the event

By Student World Assembly, studentworldassembly.org
SWAT valley citizens seek refuge as military offensive endures

By Pakistan Pal
The Taliban had vowed retaliation in Pakistan’s urban areas for the military operation against them. There is very little doubt that most of these attacks are part of this promised retaliation with the objective of opening up a...

By GW Homeland Security Policy Institute
To complement HSPI's homeland security policy publications, HSPI announces the launch of its new commentary series. The inaugural brief addresses the insurgency in Afghanistan and the Obama administration's search for a new strategic direction.

By David Tompkins
The unfortunate death of two Canadian civilian aid workers in Afghanistan last week highlights the need for insurance that covers terrorism and war risk. TFG Global Insurance Solutions Ltd. has been covering expats in high risk zones for years.

By WorldPublicOpinion.org
Pakistanis show only weak support for using force against Islamic militants and overwhelmingly oppose allowing outside forces to combat al Qaeda on Pakistani territory.

By Dipayun mazumdar
The continued insistence of military rulers on forcing a military solution to growing insurgency in Balochistan



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