Muhammad Aamir Rana - Missing person’s case in Pakistan has aggravated because it is fetching attention of many inside and outside of Pakistan. Wife of Zahid Baloch chairperson of Baloch Student Organization– Azad (BSO-A) has issued a letter in the media in which she has said that “He was abducted by some unknown persons at gun point. A friend Banuk Karima, vice chairperson of BSO-A, witnessed the abduction. She writes, We are deeply concerned about his safety and feel that his life is under serious threat.

Honoring Aitzaz Hasan: Fighting the Demons of Sectarianism

By Sehar Tariq -
On the morning of January 6th, Aitzaz Hasan lost his life while preventing a suicide bomber from entering his school. The only thing standing between the 2000 children enrolled in the local Government High School Ibrahimzai in Hangu and a suicide bomber sent to kill them was the courage of this teenager.

Mandela is dead - Why hide the truth about Apartheid?

---By: Fidel Castro ---
Maybe the empire thought that we would not honor our word when, during days of uncertainty in the past century, we affirmed that even if the USSR were to disappear Cuba would continue struggling.

World War II broke out on September 1, 1939 when Nazi-fascist troops invaded Poland and struck like a lightning over the heroic people of the USSR, who contributed 27 million lives to preserve mankind from that brutal massacre that ended the lives of 50 million persons.

Role of Media Communication in Disaster Management

Salman Khalid-In the wake of sufferings caused by natural and man-made disasters in the last couple of decades, a new realization is taking place in the contemporary world. There prevails a general comprehension to minimize the losses both to life and property to maximum possible level through effective communication utilizing technology based systems.

Baku Forum: Lessons for Pakistan

Muhammad Asif Noor-
Two-day Baku International Humanitarian Forum in October 2013 attracted world's attention and brought galaxy of dignitaries from around of the world including former Presidents, Nobel Laureates, Diplomats, prominent figures of science and culture elite of different countries, academicians, journalists, heads of international influential organizations, parliamentarians from more than 100 countries.

Long march by Baloch Missing Persons

 Muhammad Aamir Rana - The Long Marchers have completed 700 km and entered Karachi after travelling 27 days on foot.Before reaching Karachi a car tried to ram the walkers on three occasions and the marchers are receiving death threat messages on their cell phones

Dispute over Drone

(Greg Miller) American and Pakistani officials sharply disagreed Thursday about whether an Islamic school was struck by a US drone, in an unusual attack that inflamed tensions over the CIA drone campaign. According to Pakistani officials, three missiles were fired into a compound in Khyber ­Pakhtunkhwa province about 5 a.m. local time Thursday, a rare strike outside the Pakistani tribal areas near the Afghan border that are usually targeted by US drones.

Armenian Foreign Policy U-Turn

Ansar Mahmood Bhatti--
On 28-29 November, the European Union’s Lithuanian presidency will host the Eastern Partnership Summit, where association agreements with Moldova, Georgia and Armenia are expected to be initialed, and where an EU-Ukraine association agreement is expected to be signed. These agreements are accompanied by Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements (DCFTA) with the EU, which are making Moscow nervous.

Joint Statement

Pakistan’s Foreign Office on Thursday released joint statement of meeting between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and President Obama. Here is the full text of the statement.

Nawaz Sharif Address to USPBC

Prime Minister’s Remarks at the
US-Pakistan Business Council (USPBC) Luncheon.
Washington DC 21 October 2013

Executive Vice President U.S. Chamber Myron Brilliant
Chairman Miles Young,
Executive Director Espie Jelalian,
Distinguished Guests,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am delighted to be with you this afternoon at the US Chamber of Commerce – the world’s largest business organization.

Transit Passage of the Eurasion Countries

Giresun University
Giresun / TURKEY

Nomination is Milestone

By Sherry Rehman
She didn’t win the Nobel Peace Prize. That’s totally ok. The award nomination is a milestone among many.
Malala Yousafzai, 16, is still proud and hopeful that she will move bigger mountains. So is mainstream Pakistan.

Without going into who got the coveted prize and why, we congratulate the OPCW for the important work they do, and set our gaze to the future.

The Goldilocks Moot

Sherry Rehman

BOTTOM LINE: My readout on this meeting is that it met its expected low bar. It didn't do more than break the diplomatic ice, which it was set to do. Nor did it evolve into an opportunity for some serious peace take-aways, which is the leadership need of the Asian century. So it stuck to the Goldilocks middle, no big chill, but no big thaw either.

The meeting reflected little change in the Indo-Pak cycle of circling back to Zero every so often.

Science of Harmoniousness

Prof. dr. Ahmad Gashamoglu -
The Science of Ahengyol (Harmoniousness) was firstly proposed in 2008 by the Azerbaijani Sociologist and Mathematician Ahmad Gashamoglu. It means the way to harmoniousness.