இந்தியாவிற்கு அமெரிக்காவின் காஷ்மீர் தீர்வு? அகண்ட ஆஃப்கானிஸ்தானும் பங்கிடப்பட்ட பாகிஸ்தானும்


தாலிபானுக்கு நிதி எங்கே இருந்து வருகிறது தெரியுமா? அமெரிக்காதான் ஒசாமாவையும் அல் கெயிதாவையும் ஆதரித்து வளர்த்துக் கொண்டிருக்கிறது.

ஏன்?

பாகிஸ்தான் இராணுவத்தை இவ்விதமாக திசைதிருப்பி, பாகிஸ்தானில் இருக்கும் அணு ஆயுதத்தைக் கைப்பற்றுவதற்காக இந்த மாதிரி ஏற்பாடு என்றார்கள்.

Memo From Islamabad – Ringed by Foes, Pakistanis Fear the U.S., Too – News Analysis – NYTimes.com By JANE PERLEZ (NYT): There is an increasing belief among some Pakistanis that what the U.S. really wants is the breakup of Pakistan.

A Controversial Imagining of Borders

Graphic: A Controversial Imagining of Borders

தொடர்புள்ள இடுகை:

1. Its A Thin Line – The Lede – Breaking News – New York Times Blog

2. ARMED FORCES JOURNAL – Blood borders – June 2006: “How a better Middle East would look”

3. ARMED FORCES JOURNAL – A model for modern insurgency – August 2008: “Anbar, properly adapted, offers lessons for quelling Pakistan’s tribal regions”

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  1. EurasiaNet Eurasia Insight – Tajikistan: Dushanbe on the Edge of Instability — Report:

    International attention may be focused currently on Kyrgyzstan, where the drama over the American air base is playing out, but the spotlight in Central Asia really deserves to shine on Tajikistan, according to a report prepared by the International Crisis Group. Tajikistan is a potential disaster waiting to happen.

    EurasiaNet Business & Economics – Tajikistan: Dushanbe Braces for Shock, as Remittances Set to Fall Off Cliff: “The reverberations caused by the crash of the Russian economy are shaking Tajikistan at its foundation. Russian officials in recent weeks have ordered drastic cutbacks in the number of guest workers in the country. These decisions stand to have a profound impact on Tajikistan, which is heavily dependent on the remittances sent home by migrant laborers.

    Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said recently that the reduction in guest worker quotas was a natural response to the worsening economic picture in Russia”

    EurasiaNet Business & Economics – Tajikistan: World Bank Cautions Dushanbe about Tough Economic Times Ahead: “Last winter, hundreds of thousands of Tajik citizens shivered in the dark as the country experienced widespread shortages of heating and electricity. The situation may end up being substantially worse in 2009, World Bank officials are warning.

    After conferring with Tajik leaders on November 7, World Bank officials issued a dire public warning. Sudharshan Canagarajah, the World Bank Country Economist for Tajikistan, said the bank was urging the Tajik government to go into austerity mode, refraining from making any large-scale outlays on economic projects over the near term.”

    EurasiaNet Eurasia Insight – NATO: Making Progress on Afghanistan Rail Route: “Other than the Europe-Afghan railway, there would seem to be no other viable options for the overland supply of Afghan reconstruction efforts. One route already seeing limited use – a road network from Pakistan into southern regions of Afghanistan – has already been deemed unviable, given that convoys have to pass through areas that are Taliban strongholds. The dangers were highlighted in March, when a convoy of oil tankers bound for NATO forces was attacked and destroyed at Torkham, a border-crossing town and the key transportation hub between Afghanistan and Pakistan.”

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