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Chilcot Report - Only severe perpetual reparations by US-UK serve justice

Chilcot report is an eyewash in which the entire blame of an error of judgement or malice is pinned on an individual. Whether Bush-Blair acted in good faith or based on malice, the fact is that they had the support of respective representative bodies, armed forces, and opinion-makers of their countries. That was not an act of a few individuals but of two states. And reports like Chilcot pin blame on individuals and absolve the states of any responsibility of the mess they create, taking focus from their cutting and running. An error of judgment or malice, the blame rests not with individuals but with US and UK and only severe perpetual reparations along with bringing the culprits serves justice. Else, it will be very easy for states around the world to create mess, find 2-3 scapegoats and cut and run.

The US is angry

Weekly article - The US is angry - http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/25-Feb-2016/the-us-is-angry - February 25, 2016

Times of Political Change?

Time of Political Change? - http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/19-Feb-2016/times-of-political-change - February 19, 2016

PIA: What is the haste?

Weekly article - PIA what is the haste? http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/11-Feb-2016/pia-what-is-the-haste - February 11, 2016

Harmony and times ahead

Rout in financial markets

Weekly article - Rout in financial markets - http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/28-Jan-2016/rout-in-financial-markets - January 28, 2016

The National Action Plan

Weekly article - The National Action Plan
http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/21-Jan-2016/the-national-action-plan

"The APS attack, which followed Operation Zarb-e-Azab, the latest bout of the war on terror that also led to the Pakistan Anti-Terrorism Act 2014, was carried out not by the MQM or the Lyari gang but by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and religious fanatics. Do we need to ask who diverted national anger to an operation in Karachi that not only made the National Action Plan (NAP) politicised and controversial but also made us lose focus of the real existential threat of Islamist extremism? Is it not a valid question to be asked of the masters of our universe, both civil and in the security establishment?"

Blackening the blackouts

Weekly Article - Blackening the blackouts - http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/14-Jan-2016/blackening-the-blackouts January 14, 2016

Songs of war

Weekly article - Songs of war - On Iranian-Saudi tensions http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/07-Jan-2016/songs-of-war - January 7, 2016