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The Human Cost of India-Pakistan Conflict
March 20, 2018
The Human Cost of India-Pakistan Conflict
Villagers living near the Line of Control in Kashmir are bearing the brunt of a recent uptick in shelling.
The Human Cost of India-Pakistan Conflict
Saving Pakistan's Kalasha Community
March 15, 2018
Saving Pakistan's Kalasha Community
Caught between the Taliban in Afghanistan and the religious right in Pakistan, this ancient culture is in dire straits.
Saving Pakistan's Kalasha Community
Trump, Pakistan, and Kashmir
February 20, 2018
Trump, Pakistan, and Kashmir
Will a shift in the U.S.-Pakistan relationship affect India-Pakistan relations and Kashmir?
Trump, Pakistan, and Kashmir
Pakistan Is Losing the Space Race
February 01, 2018
Pakistan Is Losing the Space Race
As India's space program surges ahead, Pakistan's remains an afterthought.
Pakistan Is Losing the Space Race
Pakistan’s Burgeoning Relationship with China
January 24, 2018
Pakistan’s Burgeoning Relationship with China
The two countries enjoy increasingly robust ties, at least at the official level.
Pakistan’s Burgeoning Relationship with China
Pakistan's Troubled Frontier Justice
January 18, 2018
Pakistan's Troubled Frontier Justice
Opposition is growing to the outdated colonial law governing Pakistan's tribal areas.
Pakistan's Troubled Frontier Justice
Christmas in Pakistan
January 10, 2018
Christmas in Pakistan
Lahore's Christian communities celebrate.
Christmas in Pakistan
Pakistan's State Under Siege
December 21, 2017
Pakistan's State Under Siege
The future of Islamists in Pakistani politics.
Pakistan's State Under Siege
Journalists in Balochistan: Caught Between the Devil and Deep Blue Sea
November 22, 2017
Journalists in Balochistan: Caught Between the Devil and Deep Blue Sea
Insurgents and security forces alike are targeting Balochistan's reporters.
Journalists in Balochistan: Caught Between the Devil and Deep Blue Sea
Will Pakistan Part Ways With Its Proxies?
September 13, 2017
Will Pakistan Part Ways With Its Proxies?
The recent BRICS declaration can be read as a gentle push from China for Pakistan to ditch the Taliban.
Will Pakistan Part Ways With Its Proxies?
Khadija Siddiqi: Justice Delayed, Not Denied
August 07, 2017
Khadija Siddiqi: Justice Delayed, Not Denied
She was stabbed 23 times in broad daylight, but her attacker walked free for over a year.
Khadija Siddiqi: Justice Delayed, Not Denied
Pakistan Silences Its Critics
July 12, 2017
Pakistan Silences Its Critics
Criticizing the military, in print or social media, is increasingly dangerous in Pakistan.
Pakistan Silences Its Critics
Iran-Pakistan at the Crossroads?
July 09, 2017
Iran-Pakistan at the Crossroads?
A tradition of cooperation is giving way to a much more complicated relationship
Iran-Pakistan at the Crossroads?
Can Pakistan’s Banned Organizations Rejoin the Mainstream?
June 20, 2017
Can Pakistan’s Banned Organizations Rejoin the Mainstream?
Pakistan is exploring reintegrating banned extremist outfits into politics. Can it be done?
Can Pakistan’s Banned Organizations Rejoin the Mainstream?
The Fallout From Pakistan's Nuclear Tests
May 29, 2017
The Fallout From Pakistan's Nuclear Tests
May 28 is officially a "Day of Greatness" for Pakistan, but for many Balochs it's a black day.
The Fallout From Pakistan's Nuclear Tests
No Sunset for Pakistan’s Secret Military Courts
April 24, 2017
No Sunset for Pakistan’s Secret Military Courts
A failure of justice and a black mark on Pakistan’s global image.
No Sunset for Pakistan’s Secret Military Courts
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