|US embassy cables: Iranian influence at Afghanistan parliament|
Monday, 01.17.2011, 10:47pm
SUMMARY. Iranian government officials routinely encourage Parliament to support anti-Coalition policies and to raise anti-American talking points during debates. Pro-Western MPs say colleagues with close Iranian contacts accept money or political support to promote Iran
's political agenda
|Afghanistan’s ‘Treaty Bands’ - By: Bruce G. Richardson|
Sunday, 01.16.2011, 11:26pm
Exigencies confronting Soviet military strategists in Afghanistan were multi-faceted, ideologically tempered by historical precedent.
|Wali Khan Babar laid to rest in the presence of hundreds of mourned- By R. Mandokhail|
Saturday, 01.15.2011, 11:24pm
Slain Journalist Wali Khan Babar laid to rest, who was shot dead by snipers in Karachi on Jan 13th.
|By. Bruce G. Richardson - American Adjudication…The Rule of Law…or the Law of the Rulers|
Sunday, 01.09.2011, 07:42am
“The commonsense of
mankind demands that law shall not stop with the punishment of petty crimes by
little people. It must also reach men who possess themselves of great power and
make deliberate and concerted use of it to set in motion evils which have no
home in the world untouched.
|How Afghanistan became a NATO war |
Wednesday, 01.05.2011, 01:03am
Is NATO's role in Afghanistan
in the best interest of the nation,or is it simply a boost for NATO's
|Manifest Hypocrisy…The Nobel Peace Prize¨- By. Bruce G. Richardson|
Saturday, 01.01.2011, 11:31pm
As ever, geopolitics prevails over Afghan interests in the calculus of the big powers. The basing agreement signed by the U.S. with its appointee in Kabul in May 2005 gives the Pentagon the right to maintain a massive military presence in Afghanistan in perpetuity, potentially including nuclear missiles.