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Lights Out in Pakistan as Energy-saving Move Backfires
January 23, 2023

Lights Out in Pakistan as Energy-saving Move Backfires

By Munir Ahmed
Schools, hospitals, shops and homes were without electricity on Monday amid harsh winter weather.
The Resurgence of Terrorism in Pakistan
January 23, 2023

The Resurgence of Terrorism in Pakistan

By Abdul Basit
Without revisiting its myopic Afghan policy, a new counterterrorism campaign alone will not fix Pakistan's mounting challenges with terrorism.

In Pakistan, Trans Men Search for Inclusion, Visibility
January 19, 2023

In Pakistan, Trans Men Search for Inclusion, Visibility

By Riazat Butt
While cultural traditions provide some space for trans women, trans men are invisible and live isolated lives.

Imran Khan’s Party Dissolves Assembly in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
January 19, 2023

Imran Khan’s Party Dissolves Assembly in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

By Riaz Khan
The former prime minister's party has been accused of trying to force early elections by creating political chaos.

UN Names Pakistani Linked to Mumbai Attacks as Terrorist
January 18, 2023

UN Names Pakistani Linked to Mumbai Attacks as Terrorist

By Munir Ahmed
Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Abdul Rehan Makki’s designation as terrorist came after China lifted its technical hold on his inclusion in the UNSC list.
Amid Uranium Scare at Heathrow, Pakistan Confident its Nuclear Material is Secure
January 18, 2023

Amid Uranium Scare at Heathrow, Pakistan Confident its Nuclear Material is Secure

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan has an elaborate nuclear command and control system in place. So why does it get bad press on nuclear safety issues?

The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Is Back. Washington Should Take Note.
January 13, 2023

The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Is Back. Washington Should Take Note.

By Harris Samad
The circumstances are dangerously ripe for a destabilizing element to shift the strategic balance in South Asia, with global consequences. 
Gwadar’s Trials and Tribulations
January 12, 2023

Gwadar’s Trials and Tribulations

By Somaiyah Hafeez
The “crown jewel” of CPEC saw protests turn violent, followed by a security crackdown and internet shutdown.

Pakistan in No Mood for Another Ceasefire with TTP
January 09, 2023

Pakistan in No Mood for Another Ceasefire with TTP

By Umair Jamal
Greater clarity on the government’s strategy toward the banned group has emerged after an NSC meeting.

Pakistan’s Port City Gwadar in Chaos
January 07, 2023

Pakistan’s Port City Gwadar in Chaos

By Muhammad Bezinjo
The “crown jewel” of CPEC is under an internet shutdown after a crackdown on protests.

Pakistan Orders Shops and Hotels to Close Early Amid Economic Crisis
January 05, 2023

Pakistan Orders Shops and Hotels to Close Early Amid Economic Crisis

By Munir Ahmed
Aimed at reducing energy consumption to cut imports of oil, the measure could adversely affect businesses that are yet to recover from the pandemic.
Afghanistan, Pakistan Argue Over Cross-border Terrorism Accusations
January 05, 2023

Afghanistan, Pakistan Argue Over Cross-border Terrorism Accusations

By Catherine Putz
The TTP has called for attacks on Pakistani leaders while the Taliban in Kabul push back against Pakistani accusations of Afghanistan harboring terrorists. 

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