Abdul Hakim Mujahid Speaks on Afghanistan's Peace and Reconciliation Process
February 11, 2016
Abdul Hakim Mujahid Speaks on Afghanistan's Peace and Reconciliation Process
Abdul Hakim Mujahid of Afghanistan's High Peace Council discusses the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG).
Abdul Hakim Mujahid Speaks on Afghanistan's Peace and Reconciliation Process
Pakistan's Balochs Fear Minority Status in Their Own Province
February 11, 2016
Pakistan's Balochs Fear Minority Status in Their Own Province
Pakistan’s federal government needs to address the Baloch people's legitimate concerns.
Pakistan's Balochs Fear Minority Status in Their Own Province
Afghanistan to Start Peace Talks With Taliban By the End of February
February 08, 2016
Afghanistan to Start Peace Talks With Taliban By the End of February
Representatives from four countries expect peace talks with the Taliban to begin by the end of this month.
Afghanistan to Start Peace Talks With Taliban By the End of February
The Walled City of Lahore: Protecting Heritage and History
February 08, 2016
The Walled City of Lahore: Protecting Heritage and History
After years of negligence, Lahore's historic and cultural treasures are being rescued from further deterioration.
The Walled City of Lahore: Protecting Heritage and History
Afghanistan's NDS and Pakistan's ISI Give Cooperation Another Try
February 06, 2016
Afghanistan's NDS and Pakistan's ISI Give Cooperation Another Try
Plus, India-U.S. carrier cooperation, Thailand's new OPV, and more. Weekend links.
Afghanistan's NDS and Pakistan's ISI Give Cooperation Another Try
Anticipating China’s 'One-Belt One-Road' in South Asia
February 03, 2016
Anticipating China’s 'One-Belt One-Road' in South Asia
The 'One-Belt-One-Road' initiative has the potential to have significant impact on both China and Pakistan.
Anticipating China’s 'One-Belt One-Road' in South Asia
Pakistan’s Militant Dilemma
January 28, 2016
Pakistan’s Militant Dilemma
Pakistan needs to address the underlying ideologies driving radicalization within its borders.
Pakistan’s Militant Dilemma
Pakistan University Attack: Before the Recital, After the Bullets
January 26, 2016
Pakistan University Attack: Before the Recital, After the Bullets
The recent atrocities at Charsadda are a painful reminder of Pakistan's lack of seriousness in combating terrorism.
Pakistan University Attack: Before the Recital, After the Bullets
Terror in Afghanistan and Pakistan Underlines Importance of Trust, Peace Talks
January 21, 2016
Terror in Afghanistan and Pakistan Underlines Importance of Trust, Peace Talks
Two horrifying terror attacks on the same day demonstrate that current strategy against the Taliban isn't working. Time to do something about it.
Terror in Afghanistan and Pakistan Underlines Importance of Trust, Peace Talks
Attack on University in Pakistan Leaves at Least 21 Dead
January 20, 2016
Attack on University in Pakistan Leaves at Least 21 Dead
Gunmen stormed a college campus in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province killing students and faculty members.
Attack on University in Pakistan Leaves at Least 21 Dead
Why India and Pakistan Agreed to Delay Scheduled Talks
January 15, 2016
Why India and Pakistan Agreed to Delay Scheduled Talks
The two sides delay scheduled talks as India waits to see Pakistan's resolve in acting against Jaish-e-Mohammed.
Why India and Pakistan Agreed to Delay Scheduled Talks
Will US Congress Stonewall F-16 Sale to Pakistan?
January 14, 2016
Will US Congress Stonewall F-16 Sale to Pakistan?
According to Pakistani media, Indian lobbying efforts among U.S. lawmakers are delaying a planned sale of eight F-16s.
Will US Congress Stonewall F-16 Sale to Pakistan?
Can the Afghan War Be Won in 2016?
January 14, 2016
Can the Afghan War Be Won in 2016?
The Diplomat's Franz-Stefan Gady speaks with Ankit Panda about the Afghan National Army's war effort.
Can the Afghan War Be Won in 2016?
CASA-1000: Finalized or Fantasy?
January 12, 2016
CASA-1000: Finalized or Fantasy?
Beyond security, there’s the simple issue of supply.
CASA-1000: Finalized or Fantasy?
Sri Lanka to Buy 8 Sino-Pak JF-17 Fighter Jets
January 07, 2016
Sri Lanka to Buy 8 Sino-Pak JF-17 Fighter Jets
Sri Lanka and Pakistan agreed to the deal on the second of day of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to Colombo.
Sri Lanka to Buy 8 Sino-Pak JF-17 Fighter Jets
Attacks Threaten India-Pakistan Thaw
January 05, 2016
Attacks Threaten India-Pakistan Thaw
Only a week after Narendra Modi dropped in to visit Nawaz Sharif, the rapprochement is in jeopardy.
Attacks Threaten India-Pakistan Thaw
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