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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2397

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US Throws Out Sharif's India Dossier

Before leaving his country late in October on a three-day visit to Washington Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had been jolted to the reality that despite the US willingness to forgive and forget all the duplicitous acts of Pakistan it was not going to give him an ‘India-like’ civil nuclear deal. It should have been clear to him and his name sake at the GHQ that the US was not going to revise its stand on staying out of the Kashmir imbroglio.

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From Clonialism To Neoclonialism

Studying historical facts of events that occurred in this country two centuries ago there are many similarities which if given serious consideration could prevent this nation from repeating past mistakes which resulted in the loss of independence. Vested interests and external powers try to destabilize this country that is strategically located in the Indian Ocean to gain a foothold and control shipping lanes from the east to the west.

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Sri Lanka: A nation marching backwards? Why is civil society silent?

Despite the shortcomings of the Mahinda Rajapaksa regime, few would have denied that the nation was on the move, forwards,after years of stagnation on account of the debilitating armed conflict with the LTTE.

Sri Lanka: A nation marching backwards? Why is civil society silent?
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