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Sale of more than 200 tanks Leopard 2E to Saudi Arabia

Spain negotiates the sale of more than 200 tanks Leopard 2E to Saudi Arabia.. According to some Spanish sources(Newspapers like “El País” for example) our gouvernment would be negociating at present a possible sale of 200-270 tanks Leopard 2E to Saudi Arabia. The contract would reach an amount of 3 …

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KASHMIR POST 1947

KASHMIR POST 1947 International facilitation is required to help the people of Jammu and Kashmir to attain their inalienable rights Wednesday, 27 Oct 2010 Shamim Shawl Kashmir was sold to Gulab Singh by the British Empire authoring a great tragedy in human civilization. Although Amritsar Treaty gave the state an …

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China and Energy

China will shortly be the number one consumer of energy – oil, coal, and alternates each have a economic, environmental and and each has a geostrategic implications: China: Energy superpower By Michael T Klare If you want to know which way the global wind is blowing (or the sun shining …

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Afpak or Indo-Pak?

Sunday, 24 Oct, 2010 Three days, 13 working groups, countless delegates. They came from across Pakistan to Washington to strengthen the bilateral relationship. They came to talk of water, energy, women’s empowerment, and much else. What they really discussed — whether inadvertently, or inevitably — was India.  The headlines have …

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The man who dared to dream big

Agha Hasan Abedi: the man who dared to dream big Agha Hasan Abedi was one of the finest minds this country has ever produced. He was an exemplary patriot and a legendary banker. In the mess that exists today, the youth of Pakistan desperately needs inspiring personalities to look up …

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Turkey to sign gunship contract

Tuesday, October 26, 2010 ÜMİT ENGİNSOY ANKARA – Hürriyet Daily News Turkey and Italian-British helicopter manufacturer AgustaWestland will sign a contract this week for the company’s production of nine A129 attack helicopters for the Turkish Army, the firm’s top official announced on Tuesday. Turkey already has a separate multibillion-dollar contract …

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China can no longer plead poverty

Anybody who talks regularly to Chinese officials will be familiar with the mantra that “China is a developing country”. But Shanghai, which I visited last week, mocks this modest description. With its eight-lane highways, its modern and efficient subway, its forest of neon-lit skyscrapers, giant new airport and chic hotels, China’s …

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India Thinking Small, Again

India Thinking Small, Again Posted by Ahmed Quraishi on Oct 21st, 2010 ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—India is a big country with the brain of a mouse. Take this headline from India’s largest newspaper, Obama mission: Billions to Pakistan, billions from India – The Times of India I love the headline. It’s not wrong …

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