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Muhammad Akbar Notezai

Muhammad Akbar Notezai

Muhammad Akbar Notezai is a Lahore-based journalist and correspondent for The Diplomat. He has contributed dozens of articles to Pakistani national newspapers and magazines including the Daily TimesThe Friday TimesThe NationViewPoint Online and The News On Sunday. His writings and interviews focus on Pakistan-China relations, Pakistan’s foreign relations, domestic politics, Gwadar port, and religious extremism. He tweets as @Akbar_notezai and he can be reached at [email protected].”

Attacks Hamper Pakistan’s Efforts on Polio
February 01, 2016
Attacks Hamper Pakistan’s Efforts on Polio
A recent suicide bomber in Quetta underscores the challenge facing authorities.
Attacks Hamper Pakistan’s Efforts on Polio
Can ISIS Gain a Foothold in Balochistan?
January 07, 2016
Can ISIS Gain a Foothold in Balochistan?
There is growing evidence that it is trying to do just that.
Can ISIS Gain a Foothold in Balochistan?
Can South Asia Make Nice in 2016?
December 30, 2015
Can South Asia Make Nice in 2016?
This month has seen yet another attempt at repairing fractious relationships.
Can South Asia Make Nice in 2016?
Remembering the Peshawar Attack
December 15, 2015
Remembering the Peshawar Attack
Twelve months after the slaughter at Army Public School, where does Pakistan stand on terrorism?
Remembering the Peshawar Attack
Interview: Andrew Small on China-Pakistan Ties
November 19, 2015
Interview: Andrew Small on China-Pakistan Ties
Discussing the regional implications of China’s relations with Pakistan.
Interview: Andrew Small on China-Pakistan Ties
Interview: Pervez Hoodbhoy
November 05, 2015
Interview: Pervez Hoodbhoy
The renowned physicist and essayist on the state of liberalism in Pakistan.
Interview: Pervez Hoodbhoy
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