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Grand Strategy for the stability and economic development in the Middle East and Af-Pak region

The colonial geopolitical design of Middle East cannot deliver stability, democracy and prosperity due to its flawed structure. The western states, in particular the U.S.A and western European government, have been using their tax payers’ money in their fight against terrorism now for decades.

Transition to democracy has profoundly transformed many regions of the world in the second half of the last century. These regions include Europe, Latin American, Far East and Central Asian. Restoration of democracy and independence among many nations after the breakup of Soviet Union has played a vital role in renewal of commerce and economic progress in eastern European region. However, the authoritarian states in Middle East, especially the fanatical states of Iran and Pakistan are the main barriers to democracy and rule of law. They are the chief source of religious fundamentalism and cause of instability in Afghanistan.

Jeffrey Goldberg's Map

Jeffrey Goldberg’s Map

The political system of these two states is founded and functions on exploitation, religious fanaticism and blatant colonialism. Iran and Pakistan are not nations. They are artificial borders, comprised of many different nations. Iran is dominated by Persians and Pakistan is dominated by the Punjabis. The other nations are the colonies of these two nations. Read the rest of this entry

Comments on Dr.Frederic Grare research on Balochistan.

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Grare report on Balochistan

“The nationalist parties should participate in provincial elections in May. Only their participation in Balochistan’s administration can confer sufficient legitimacy on the provincial government. A legitimate and credible Baloch government can re-establish local control over the province, help reduce violence, and advocate for Balochistan on the federal level” Dr Frederic Grare, 2013

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Director and Senior Associate  South Asia Program, Dr. Frederic Grare, has suggested Baloch nation to participate in elections. Read the rest of this entry

The need to institutionalise the Baloch Liberation Struggle

dpic1The Baloch liberation movement is continuing since 1948 after Pakistani forces occupied Balochistan forcefully. This essay will highlight the importance of the institutionalisation of movement for sustainable resistance. The first part of essay will highlight the concentration of Irish leadership on institutionalisation and refusal of British state as whole. In the second part the essay will look into the concept of institutionalisation according to social scientists and the third part concludes how institutions can began in the Baloch national struggle.

“They can even conscript us!, they can use us as cannon fodder in the Somme but we have a weapon more powerful than any in the whole arsenal of the British Empire, that weapon is our refusal, Our refusal to bow to any order but our own, Any institution but our own” Michael Collins (more…)

THE MANIFESTO OF COMMUNIST PARTY (PRÉCIS OF PART 1)

Author: Jamal Nasir Baloch

The Communist Manifesto wrote by Karl Marx and Frederick Engle’s in 1848. In the first part of The Communist Manifesto Marx and Engels highlighted the historical development of the Bourgeois and the ensuing industrialised revolution.

Marx proclaimed that “the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggle” . In The Communist Manifesto, Marx argued that the growth of the industrialised revolution give rise to ‘two’ competing classes, the Bourgeois (ruling class) and the Proletarians (working class) directly opposing each other.

Marx highlighted that throughout history societies are divided into various orders. The French revolution caused the fall of the feudal system which give rise to the modern Bourgeois. The rise of Bourgeois led to the establishment of two new classes and a new social order in which new forms of oppression and struggle were created. (more…)