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Reviewing Nawaz Sharif's Time at the 'Muslim NATO' Summit in Riyadh
May 25, 2017
Reviewing Nawaz Sharif's Time at the 'Muslim NATO' Summit in Riyadh
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Sharif couldn’t have achieved anything more than what he did in Saudi Arabia.
Reviewing Nawaz Sharif's Time at the 'Muslim NATO' Summit in Riyadh
Kazakhstan Considers Revoking Terrorists’ Citizenship
May 24, 2017
Kazakhstan Considers Revoking Terrorists’ Citizenship
If passed, a range of crimes, from joining a terrorist group to separatism, could be grounds to lose citizenship.
Kazakhstan Considers Revoking Terrorists’ Citizenship
India-Pakistan Rumblings Along Kashmir Line of Control Continue
May 08, 2017
India-Pakistan Rumblings Along Kashmir Line of Control Continue
Tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad persist. The question is if both sides can avoid escalation.
India-Pakistan Rumblings Along Kashmir Line of Control Continue
Uzbekistan on DHS List of Terrorism Sources
March 01, 2017
Uzbekistan on DHS List of Terrorism Sources
All told, none of the terrorism cases relating to Uzbekistani nationals on American soil have seen any casualties.
Uzbekistan on DHS List of Terrorism Sources
How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
October 19, 2016
How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
The subregion can do much more to combat the threat, and India can lead these efforts.
How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
After <em>Dawn</em>: The Civil-Military Chasm Deepens in Pakistan
October 13, 2016
After Dawn: The Civil-Military Chasm Deepens in Pakistan
A report on a closed-door meeting between the country’s civilian and military leadership has sent shock waves.
After Dawn: The Civil-Military Chasm Deepens in Pakistan
The Indus Waters Treaty Is Here to Stay
October 10, 2016
The Indus Waters Treaty Is Here to Stay
India cannot easily and will not abrogate the Indus Waters Treaty.
The Indus Waters Treaty Is Here to Stay
Is India Capable of a Surgical Strike in Pakistan Controlled Kashmir?
September 30, 2016
Is India Capable of a Surgical Strike in Pakistan Controlled Kashmir?
A surgical strike operation by Indian forces begs the question of the military's capability to launch such an attack.
Is India Capable of a Surgical Strike in Pakistan Controlled Kashmir?
Indian Forces Cross Line of Control to Carry Out 'Surgical Strikes': First Takeaways
September 29, 2016
Indian Forces Cross Line of Control to Carry Out 'Surgical Strikes': First Takeaways
Details remain murky on how Indian forces executed the operation, but Delhi is being unusually up front about the strikes.
Indian Forces Cross Line of Control to Carry Out 'Surgical Strikes': First Takeaways
One Step Further: It's Time for SAARC to Expel Pakistan
September 29, 2016
One Step Further: It's Time for SAARC to Expel Pakistan
South Asian regionalism can't progress as long as Pakistan's provocations toward India bog down SAARC.
One Step Further: It's Time for SAARC to Expel Pakistan
India Pledges $1 Billion in Assistance to Afghanistan
September 15, 2016
India Pledges $1 Billion in Assistance to Afghanistan
India and Afghanistan continue to draw closer together.
India Pledges $1 Billion in Assistance to Afghanistan
Afghanistan, Between India and Pakistan
August 19, 2016
Afghanistan, Between India and Pakistan
Has the time come for Pakistan to put an end to its security dilemma with India?
Afghanistan, Between India and Pakistan
The Quetta Attack and Pakistan's Need for a Multipronged Counterterror Approach
August 12, 2016
The Quetta Attack and Pakistan's Need for a Multipronged Counterterror Approach
Pakistan needs a new approach amid multipronged terror threats.
The Quetta Attack and Pakistan's Need for a Multipronged Counterterror Approach
The Quetta Attack Exposes Pakistan’s Misplaced Counterterrorism Priorities
August 10, 2016
The Quetta Attack Exposes Pakistan’s Misplaced Counterterrorism Priorities
Pakistan cannot afford complacency in its counterterrorism efforts.
The Quetta Attack Exposes Pakistan’s Misplaced Counterterrorism Priorities
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