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Peace March Media Coverage

A primary stated objective of the peace march that Imran Khan led from Islamabad to the border regions of South Waziristan over the last two days was global media attention to the harm that the CIA’s drone program is doing in Pakistan’s tribal areas. Drones are not only illegal and contrary to principles of fundamental … Continue reading

Drones: A Price Worth Paying?

If it fails to do anything else, the proposed Peace March to Waziristan on 6-7 October, under the leadership of Imran Khan, Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, has at least achieved this: it has reignited global debate about the CIA drone program. In my mind, there is no doubt that drones cannot help solve, or even reduce, … Continue reading

Hand in Glove – Drone Wars

US drone strikes, which were temporarily suspended following the Nato attack on the Salala check-post, have now resumed. This, in itself, is not as surprising as the lack of comment from the government and the army. The very same ISPR, that couldn’t stop issuing press releases and making television appearances following the November incident, and that proudly … Continue reading

Fire from the Sky – Drone Wars

From a Distance During the last two years or so, news of drone strikes in Pakistan’s tribal areas and along our border with Afghanistan have become a regular occurrence. For me, and many others who I have spoken to, it was very difficult to form an opinion about whether these strikes were good for our country … Continue reading

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