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Pakistan’s Azm-e-Istehkam Operation: Old Wine in a New Bottle?

Pakistan’s Azm-e-Istehkam Operation: Old Wine in a New Bottle?

By Abdul Basit
The counterterrorism campaign is loud on rhetoric, low on substance and offers nothing substantive to stem the rising tide of militancy in Pakistan.
Pakistan’s Quantum Quest: Hurdles and Hopes

Pakistan’s Quantum Quest: Hurdles and Hopes

By Zohaib Altaf and Nimrah Javed
The establishment of the National Center for Quantum Computing could be a critical step – if Pakistan can overcome economic constraints and a significant brain drain. 

India-Pakistan Water Cooperation Returns to Kashmir 

India-Pakistan Water Cooperation Returns to Kashmir 

By Sehr Rushmeen
A hydroelectric inspection signals increased engagement amid climate concerns.

Counterterrorism in Af-Pak: Can the US ‘Do More’? 

Counterterrorism in Af-Pak: Can the US ‘Do More’? 

By Bantirani Patro
Recent signs suggest Washington is re-engaging with Pakistan's fight against terrorism. How far will the support go?

Pakistan Launches New Counterterrorism Operation

Pakistan Launches New Counterterrorism Operation

By Umair Jamal
Azm-e-Istehkam seems aimed at convincing Pakistan’s international partners that it is serious about tackling militancy and terrorism at home.
Why Barrick Gold Remains Interested in Pakistan’s Reko Diq Reserves

Why Barrick Gold Remains Interested in Pakistan’s Reko Diq Reserves

By Mariyam Suleman Anees
Beneath the rugged terrain, sandy expanses, and arid deserts of Chagai lies one of the world’s largest undeveloped gold and copper reserves.

Pakistan and the Global North’s Climate-linked Trade Policy 

Pakistan and the Global North’s Climate-linked Trade Policy 

By Maryam Khan
With the EU and U.S. increasingly using climate targets as trade barriers, Pakistan risks being left behind in the global trend toward sustainability. But it can also be an opportunity for Pakistan to build climate resilience.
Khurram Husain on China’s Declining Interest in CPEC

Khurram Husain on China’s Declining Interest in CPEC

By Sudha Ramachandran
China's main interest now is “safeguarding the commercial viability of their existing investments, and security of Chinese nationals in Pakistan."

Modi 3.0 and the Uncertain Path to India-Pakistan Dialogue

Modi 3.0 and the Uncertain Path to India-Pakistan Dialogue

By Umair Jamal
Amid an otherwise bleak scenario, the ceasefire along the Line of Control remains in place, offering hope for more confidence-building measures.

Is China Souring on Pakistan?

Is China Souring on Pakistan?

By Eram Ashraf
The China-Pakistan joint statement issued during the visit of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is illuminating, both for what it says – and doesn't say.

Pakistan-China Agree to Upgrade CPEC

Pakistan-China Agree to Upgrade CPEC

By Umair Jamal
During Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s visit to Beijing, Pakistan sought to reassure China of its stability and security concerns. But will it deliver on its promises?
Why India and Pakistan’s T20 Cricket Showdown in New York Is Such a Big Deal

Why India and Pakistan’s T20 Cricket Showdown in New York Is Such a Big Deal

By Umer Hussain, M. Fahad Humayun, Simran Kaur Sethi, and Steve Bien-Aime
Cricket advocates could not have written a better script: a raucous crowd cheering on a rare matchup between cricket’s biggest rivals, taking place in the biggest media market in the U.S.

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