Ahmar Mustikhan

OPEN TO OPINION

Ahmar Mustikhan is a senior Balochistan journalist based in Washington DC area.

POLITICS

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US speaks out against Xi Jinping's OBOR, but is India ready to face China?

The Baloch people – the modern-day David – are fighting a lonely battle against two Goliaths.

POLITICS

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Islamist terrorists are the real threat to Pakistan, not Baloch leader Bugti

'Seeking Interpol red notice against him is a gimmick to reinforce anti-Baloch propaganda.'

VOICES

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Deep state versus Trump is all too familiar for us in Pakistan

American spooks are using the Russian bogey the same way war hysteria against India was created.

POLITICS

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Balochistan in backyard, yet Pakistan will shed Kashmir tears at UN

But the question is will Sushma Swaraj expose the neighbouring country's atrocities against the Baloch?

POLITICS

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Is Pakistan's worst nightmare of 'Jew-Hindu plot' coming true?

After Modi, Netanyahu of Israel likely to support free Balochistan.

POLITICS

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Modi has raised Balochistan's hopes. Now he must deliver

Baloch Republican Party president Brahumdagh Bugti has appealed to India to open its door to refugees.

POLITICS

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Balochistan might be like Kashmir, but Pakistan is no India

Kashmiris need to thank Indian democracy for the avenues of popular protests that still exist in the Valley.

POLITICS

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How Pakistan is unleashing a genocide in Balochistan

Instead of looking within for the bloody mess, the army, ISI and military intelligence are blaming "foreign states, intelligence agencies".

POLITICS

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Why does ISI fear an old man and a Baloch girl so much?

Lahore University of Management Sciences cancels talks on disappearances even as Amnesty International sees an element of racism.

POLITICS

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Why China looks upon Gwadar as its 'biggest harvest'

China and Pakistan, who have a common rival in India, joined hands to link Gwadar and Kashgar by road and rail.