• Here’s Why The US Wants To Break Bolivia To Bits With Hybrid War – by Andrew Korybko
  • Dynamics of Indo-Pak Relations vis-à-vis Kashmir and Balochistan, in the Wake of Recent Happenings – by Aditya Chaturvedi
  • Searching For Answers To The Balochistan Bombing – by Andrew Korybko
  • Urban Agriculture: A New Axis to Boost the Venezuelan Economy – by Jesus Rojas
  • The South China Sea and Some Historical Facts – by Su Di Wen
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Here’s Why The US Wants To Break Bolivia To Bits With Hybrid War – by Andrew Korybko

Bolivia had better watch out, because the more that it bravely stands up to the US by embracing the multipolar leaders of Russia and China, the bigger the bullseye on its back becomes. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! (Editor’s Note: Andrew Korybko’sContext Countdown episode from 19 August predicted the onset of Hybrid War against Bolivia, which has now come true with the breaking news that the rioting ‘opposition’ kidnapped and killed the…

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Dynamics of Indo-Pak Relations vis-à-vis Kashmir and Balochistan, in the Wake of Recent Happenings – by Aditya Chaturvedi

Indian Defense Minister Manohar Parikar’s statement last year that India should foment instability in Pakistan, insinuation that irregulars should be used, drew a lot of cheers and applause, but it was nothing more than theatrical hyperbole at best, and foot in the mouth at worse. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! The contours of Indo- Pak relationship and the brief warming up and period of apparent bonhomie following bilateral summits and perceived Modi-…

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Searching For Answers To The Balochistan Bombing – by Andrew Korybko

Let me remind you all that an intelligence agency aspires for maximum output with minimal input, and that often times they don’t even have to ‘organize a provocation’, they just encourage it or allow it to go on without any interference. That’s likely what happened in Balochistan; whether India knew about it in advance or not, it ultimately ended up supporting New Delhi’s interests. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! Last week Pakistan…

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Urban Agriculture: A New Axis to Boost the Venezuelan Economy – by Jesus Rojas

Urban agriculture has entered very strongly as a new productive, social, cultural and economic practice. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! As part of the activation of the 14 engines of the national economy, President Nicolas Maduro said to activate the Urban Agriculture Plan which serves to boost and strengthen food sovereignty. Doing a thorough analysis of this plan, the Urban Agriculture is defined itself as one method of cultivation made at home,…

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The South China Sea and Some Historical Facts – by Su Di Wen

In 1935, the Republic of China government appraised and verified the names of various islands and published the “South China Sea Islands Map”. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! As far back as the Han Dynasty(206-220BC), the South China Sea and these islands and rocks were already discovered during their navigation and work. At that time, SCS was named as “Zhang Sea” and these various groups of islands collectively as “Qitou”. During the…

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CPEC: Execution, Repayment, and the Way Ahead – Pakistan’s New Migraine – by Arindam Mukherjee

CPEC, or China Pakistan Economic Corridor – is a well known, much touted piece of news. Total cost estimated at $46 billion, this is a commercial corridor from Xinjiang Autonomous Province in West China to Gwadar, Balochistan, and a crucial part of China-led 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Initiative through which China seeks greater connectivity with West Asia, Europe and Africa. A Gpolit.com Exclusive!  Balochistan and Pak Occupied Kashmir are back;…

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Cold-Start Doctrine: Indian Expedition Crushed in Baluchistan – by Zahid Khan

The menace of the Cold-Start doctrine and growth in Indian Defense Budget from $24 to $40 Billion has apparently provoked the Pakistan government to stridently boost its defense budget to 32 percent. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! Indian Army Chief, Gen.V.K. Singh, developed a military doctrine known as Cold-Start Doctrine [CSD] for employ in a potential war with Pakistan. It is a part of cohesive battle groups— it entails the numerous sections of…

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Bleeding Kashmir and the Diplomatic Offensive Strategy – by Syeda Asma Hussain

It’s an issue of right of self–determination; so Pakistan should adopt a bold and a clear policy with respect to Kashmir. A joint session of parliament should be called off. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! Kashmir issue is the violation of international Law. The recent martyrdom of Burhan Wani along with other more than 50 dead and many injured people has raised the aggression in the disputed territory once again after 1989.Tear…

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China Teams Up With Pakistan, Afghanistan, And Tajikistan To Tackle Terror – by Andrew Korybko

The best defense is a proactive one, as they say, and that’s exactly what China is endeavoring to do with this new Quadrilateral Cooperation and Coordination Mechanism. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! China just formed the Quadrilateral Cooperation and Coordination Mechanism between Tajikistan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan in order to assist these countries in their shared struggle against transnational terrorism. This is probably the biggest story of the week that nobody’s really talking…

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Why I Don’t Believe in Militant Atheists – by Sushant Taing

They are Atheists because, Atheism is “Cool”, “Trendy” & “Rebellious” and simply calling yourself an Atheist is a convenient (& lazy) method to earn moral & intellectual superiority. This is the problem with many of the “militant” New-Atheists. Many of them are complacent & super-arrogant and consider their “Atheism” to be their best virtue & the single largest achievement of their lives. (This cartoon below is from an Indian Atheist page…

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Extremism: Is It Just Misguided Faith? – by Towheed Feroze

Would I be wrong in stating the imperial past of first-world nations plus the recent invasions of other countries under the banner of upholding human rights, coalesce to trigger profound disenchantment among a wide variety of people across the globe? No country seems to be immune from sudden attacks by groups or by lone wolves. Since terror has come to Bangladesh, it is perhaps right to state that it can…

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Chaos in Venezuela or Mediatic Manipulation – by Jesus Rojas

The international right-wing  hoped that with the death of Hugo Chavez and the arrival of Nicolas Maduro to the presidency would fall  everything built up over all this years and it was given a backward to the progress of the revolution. But it was not like that. A Gpolit.com Exclusive!   According to the World trade press, Venezuela now lives in unprecedented chaos. According to this matrix of opinion, globally…

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