This August 14th marks the 71st year of the Indian subcontinent's division and the creation of India and Pakistan.
#FreeKarachi: Campaign to Free Urban Sindh from Atrocities of Pakistan
"#FreeKarachi: Campaign to Free Urban Sindh from Atrocities of Pakistan" is a Washington Times advertising supplement.
As unrest among Pakistan's ethnic minorities over the dominance of the majority province, Punjab, grows every day, the question of Pakistan's constitutional makeup and power-sharing is once again coming under intense debate.
In today's world, Karachi, Pakistan's biggest city with a population of nearly 30 million, is facing the same injustices that the American colonists faced in the late 16th century.
Since its inception in 1947, Pakistan has seized every opportunity to project itself as a trusted U.S. ally, and successive American Administrations have continued to buy it.
President Trump has laid out a clear South Asia policy and his first 2018 "new day" tweet sent a strong message to Pakistan's ruling elitist Army and intelligence agency that "no more" of the same old bag of tricks will work with his administration.