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Shahid R. Siddiqi
Shahid R. Siddiqi lives in Baltimore MD and in Pakistan. He served in the Pakistan Air Force and later joined the corporate sector with which he has remained associated until recently in Pakistan, the US and South Africa where he has held senior positions. Simultaneously, he has worked as a journalist and a broadcaster. He was the Bureau Chief of Pakistan & Gulf Economist, an English weekly published from Karachi (Pakistan). Siddiqi now writes on political and geopolitical subjects and his articles are carried by the daily newspapers such as Dawn and The Nation (Pakistan) and online publications such as Axis of Logic, Foreign Policy Journal, Middle East Times and Globalia. Contact the Author

  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    Editor's Note: We thank Axis of Logic columnist, Shahid Siddiqi for this clarifying message in support of the people of Kashmir. Kashmir solidarity day will be observed on Feb. 5. - Les Blough, Editor In solidarity with the Kashmiris in their freedom struggle, the people of the world who are engaged in... » read this article
  • Shahid Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    Promising Hindu superiority, Hindutva has been turned into a vicious doctrine that promotes ultra-nationalism, religious fundamentalism and intolerance Muslims are a suspect community in India and, in some states more than others, they are increasingly becoming targets of scorn and terrorism at the hands of radical and fundamentalist Hindu outfits.... » read this article
  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    The Killing of the Punjab governor is not an individual’s act, it is a mindset, and it is unacceptable. The recent gruesome murder of Salman Taseer, the governor of Punjab - the most populous and prosperous of the four provinces of Pakistan, at the hands of a member of his... » read this article
  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    Editor's Comment: December 27, 2011 was the 3rd anniversary of Benazir Bhutto's assassination and Shahid R. Siddiqi updates the essay he wrote for publication on Axis of Logic on the second anniversary of her death. Associated Press of Pakistan reported Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani's words on this third, sad... » read this article
  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    The US DEA agent who ran amuck in the terrorist underworld of Pak-Afghan border region and might have played a role in Mumbai attacks India’s blame game Two years later, the Mumbai terrorist attack continues to cast a shadow on Pakistan-India relations. Indians struggle to find answers to the bloody... » read this article
  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic Exclusive , Axis of Logic

    Fears have been expressed for a long time that successful resistance by the Pashtun Taliban against American occupation of Afghanistan and the imminent defeat of the "International Security Assistance Force" (ISAF which amounts to NATO led by the U.S.)  would force Pentagon to broaden the theatre of war into Pakistan... » read this article
  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    Selig Harrison loses no opportunity to show that Pakistan’s disintegration is only around the corner and to prove that Sino-Pakistan relations threaten US interests. Among those who lay claim to scholarship, yet instead of being objective in their analysis they openly promote bias, readily lend their pen to support vested... » read this article
  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    Axis of Logic Columnist, Shahid R. Saddiqi wrote us a letter and sent us these photos to us from Pakistan, calling them "a glimpse into the devastation caused and the poor people's struggle to hang on to life." Torrential rains in these areas of Pakistan have caused the most severe flooding in... » read this article
  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    Washington uses inaccurate WikiLeaks Intel to whip Pakistan military and ISI and deflect attention from its own failures and excesses. August 15, 2010 (Axis of Logic) - WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange - an Australian journalist and a computer hacker, has begun to draw intense fire over his leaks of Intel... » read this article
  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence agency, or ISI as it is popularly known, is seen as their nemesis by those who have tried to undermine the security interests of the country one way or the other. It is no wonder then that in past few years the Americans unleashed a strong... » read this article
  • Shahid R. Siddiqi. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    The Conflict  July 18, 2010 (Axis of Logic) - A cartoon published in an American newspaper in 2002 showed former president George Bush sitting behind his desk in the Oval Office, utterly  confused by a news report he was reading about India and Pakistan going to war over Kashmir. “But why... » read this article
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