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Pakistani Americans are among the most educated minority communities in the United States. However, that has not reflected in the political representation in the United States. While the Indian Americans have seen the rise of Governor Bobby Jindal and the rise of other Indian Americans in political representation.
These are interesting times in terms of politics in Pakistan. Right now, there is plenty of uncertainty in regards to who will be the next Prime Minister, President, or if there will be midterm elections or whether the current PPP lead coalition government will survive the full five year term. In Pakistan, the need is clear for new leadership to emerge. Will it will be former President Pervez Musharraf or Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Imran Khan? One thing is certain, Change is Imminent.
Are we really currently witnessing a slow but sure forward movement by the World-Peace?
To understand fully the ramifications of the American president Obama's recent surprise peace visit to Kabul, it is first essential to understand the positions of the 6 key players involved in the current Afghan conundrum: the USA, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, China, India and the Taliban.
Most Indian writers don't use the term Geo-strategy while discussing matters-geostrategic unlike their more academically trained Western counterparts.
The political boundary can be viewed variously. It can be viewed as the Cyclonic or the Anti-cyclonic, the Perennial or the Seasonal one.
The USA and NATO led Afghan forces are pushing deeper into the southern stronghold of Taliban in Afghanistan amidst reports of the Taliban using Afghan people as Human Shields to thwart the military offensive against them.
An emerging political party is growing stronger and the desire for change has become a movement for justice. The international community must foster it and not hinder it. In Pakistan, a frontline state in the War on Terror, the implications are real and can determine the difference between victory and defeat. Pakistan's Tehreek-e-Insaf offers one hope, the hope of good governance.
For any counter insurgency operation, public support is an important and fundamental element. Without the public on board insurgents cannot be defeated. Pursuance of existing contradictory strategies, Pakistan and United States has lost crucial public support in ongoing global war on terror in the region.(Pakistan and Afghanistan)
Do the Taliban and Al-Qaeda think that by carrying out attacks on Pakistanis will weaken there spirit