NonPakistan, the Darling of Empires – Britain, USA & Now China

  Whenever we visit India, people we know as well as people whom we meet for the first time ask us the same question – Why does USA like NonPakistan so much? Some elaborate by pointing out India is so much bigger, so much more advanced and a fully democratic good society. Then they ask plaintively what does NonPakistan have […]

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Ignoring Treason by Lt. General Prakash Katoch

  Editor’s Note: There is widespread anger among patriotic Indians who find it hard to stomach the complacent, tolerant and often appeasing attitude of their society towards people who are actively working to damage India. Those who have dedicated their lives to serving India and fighting for it find it much harder to take. The article below is a […]

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Interesting TACs of the Week (April 19 – April 24, 2015)

  Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TACs is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips –our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with […]

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America-NonPakistan-India – The Cycle Continues

  Yesterday NonPak-istan released from jail Zauvir Lakhvi, the alleged mastermind of the November 2008 attacks in Mumbai. That drew a predictably immediate and helpless reaction from India. The only US TV anchor who discussed this release was Greta Van Susteren of Fox News. Listen to the emotion and disgust in her voice in her interview: Watch the latest video […]

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Interesting TACs of the Week (April 4 – April 10, 2015)

  Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TACs is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips –our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with […]

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The Deal – America makes Iran a Hum-Safar

  Back in 2013, we wrote: “America will have to turn into 19th century Britain and play Middle Eastern players against each other the way that Britain played European powers against each other. That America will have to publicly display the charm of a James Garner while privately engaging in tactics of a Disraeli.” Lo […]

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Interesting TACs of the Week (March 28 – April 3, 2015)

  Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TACs is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips –our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with […]

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Smart or Lucky – Obama Administration is Finally Playing the Mideast Game Well

  US policy in the Middle East took an interesting turn this week. On the right side, US decided to support the Iraqi attack on ISIS held portions of Tikrit, Saddam Hussein’s home town. The US Air Force launched precision air attacks thereby assisting Shiite militias backed directly by Iran. This positions US directly against the […]

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Interesting TACs of the Week (March 23 – March 27, 2015)

  Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TACs is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips –our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with […]

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Macro Risk in the Indian economy – Financial Infrastructure

  Two weeks ago, we featured opinions that suggested a “breather” in the Party Going On In the Indian Stock Market. Interestingly, the Indian Stock Market has fallen by 3.25% in the last two weeks and the Indian Rupee has fallen by about 2.3% against the U.S. Dollar. But this is nothing compared to what is happening to other BRIC countries. 1. EM Currency […]

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