Archive for: terrorism

Insularity was unreal

Since the bubble of insularity has already been burst, accepting the wide impact of radicalisation on our youths, can be an important starting point. Not long ago...

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The enemy as an enigma

The inexplicable knowledge gap about the Indian Mujahideen continues to facilitate the group’s interminable violent campaign and contributes to its near unassailability. Terrorist...

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Another kind of terrorism

Seemingly ordinary crime committed in the fields of food and health security are indistinguishable from terrorism. Terrorism is defined as the use of various kinds...

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Deep insight into the Haqqani Network

Haqqani Network is at the centre of a nexus of jehadi violence in a triangle of relations with the Pakistani Taliban, the Pakistani military and al-Qa’ida. Charlie...

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A Jihad for all Seasons

For ten years, the spectacular attack on 9/11 meant that al Qaida represented the face of the Islamist global insurgency in the popular imagination. Occasional videotapes...

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Hunting down Geronimo

The Abbottabad raid and its implications Now, there can be very little doubt over whether the Pakistani military leadership, Generals Ashfaq Kayani and Shuja Pasha...

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Don’t be afraid of the dark

The intensity of stone-pelting by violent mobs in Kashmir valley, which started in June this year, has abated substantially due to firmer policing and bold political...

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How should the world deal with terrorism?

How should the world deal with terrorism?

Nine years after the 9/11 attacks ushered in a new era in global conflict, lack of clarity reigns supreme. Leaving aside the fact that there is still no generally...

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Nuclear protected terrorism

Nuclear protected terrorism

The prospects for an end to the protracted conflict between India and Pakistan appear as remote as ever. In fact, it is likely that there will more deadly provocations...

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Terrorising market-states

Terrorising market-states

With the ushering in of the Obama era, the term “war on terror” appears to have fallen permanently from the American national security lexicon. To be fair,...

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