Hammaad Khan

Hammaad Khan is a PhD scholar at the Australian National University, Canberra and a former visiting researcher at the Edmund A Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA. He has also worked as a journalist for two of the leading English language newspapers in Pakistan, "The News International" and "Daily Dawn." Hammaad's areas of interest include US-Iraq relations, US-Pakistan relations, US domestic politics and foreign policy as well as Pakistan's domestic politics and foreign policy. He has a general interest in political Islam and the politics of the Middle East and South Asia. Hammaad can be reached at hammaad.khan[@]anu.edu.au

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Cheney speaks to US troops at Camp Anaconda, Iraq in 2008. (Creative Commons) Views
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Cheney's Chutzpah – A Rebuttal
Oscar Levant defined Chutzpah as that quality which enables a man who has murdered his mother and father to throw himself on the mercy of the court as an orphan. It was the first phrase that came to mind reading the former US vice president's recent article that appeared in the Wall Street Journal...
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